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Williams Pondering Business Split as E&P Boosts 3Q Profit

Williams might reconfigure its business to boost shareholder value and could announce a decision in the first quarter, the company said Thursday. Among potential changes is the separation of one or more main business units. Meanwhile, exploration and production (E&P) drove robust improvement in the third quarter.

November 7, 2008

BLM Lease Sale to Target Utah’s Nine Mile Canyon

Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is expected to announce Tuesday an oil and natural gas lease sale for eastern Utah, including sections of Desolation Canyon, White River, Diamond Mountain, Bourdette Draw and other lands in the Nine Mile Canyon region — home to Ancient Puebloan rock-art images and ruins.

November 3, 2008

BLM Lease Sale to Target Utah’s Nine Mile Canyon

Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is expected to announce Tuesday an oil and natural gas lease sale for eastern Utah, including sections of Desolation Canyon, White River, Diamond Mountain, Bourdette Draw and other lands in the Nine Mile Canyon region — home to Ancient Puebloan rock-art images and ruins.

November 3, 2008

Some Alaskans Hearing Siren Call of Asian Gas Markets

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s gasline team is expected to announce this week whether it will recommend that lawmakers approve TransCanada Corp.’s proposal for a pipeline from the North Slope to Alberta. Meanwhile, talk of an all-Alaska gasline and associated liquefied natural gas (LNG) liquefaction plant alternative is growing louder.

May 19, 2008

Some Alaskans Hearing Siren Call of Asian Gas Markets

Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin’s gasline team is expected to announce the week of May 19 whether it will recommend that lawmakers approve TransCanada Corp.’s proposal for a pipeline from the North Slope to Alberta. Meanwhile, talk of an all-Alaska gasline and associated liquefied natural gas (LNG) liquefaction plant alternative is growing louder.

May 19, 2008

Gore Advises Cutting Emissions 90% by 2050

Former Vice President Al Gore last week was back on Capitol Hill, not to announce any future election plans, but rather to appear before his former colleagues and testify about an issue he first held hearings on as a congressman from Tennessee 20 years ago: global warming.

March 26, 2007

Gore Advises Cutting Emissions 90% by 2050

Former Vice President Al Gore came back to Washington, DC, on Wednesday, not to announce any future election plans, but rather to appear before his former colleagues and testify about an issue he first held hearings on as a congressman from Tennessee 20 years ago: global warming.

March 22, 2007

El Paso to Track, Report GHG Emissions

El Paso Corp. on Wednesday became the first natural gas company to announce it has joined the California Climate Action Registry, a group of organizations that publicly track and report their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.

September 7, 2006

AGL Resources’ Utilities Announce Widespread Customer Refunds, Rate Reductions

With natural gas futures prices dropping more than 50% from their Dec. 13, 2005 high of $15.78, utilities across the U.S. continue to announce refunds and rate reductions for customers — who are paying rates that were adopted during higher prices. Atlanta-based AGL Resources said Thursday that its residential utility customers from New Jersey to Florida will save nearly $45 million this year as a result of recent rate reductions or refunds at all five of its utility operating companies.

March 17, 2006

Dominion Let Off Hook in FERC Probe of Storage Error

Officials at FERC’s Office of Market Oversight and Investigation (OMOI) said last week they found no evidence that Dominion employees had prior knowledge of the erroneous storage data that a Dominion “clerk” mistakenly submitted to the Energy Information Administration (EIA) last November.

February 14, 2005