The Pennsylvania Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to hear an appeal of a property rights case and rule on whether the owner of the property in the Marcellus Shale also owns the shale gas it contains.
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Texas environmental regulators are planning to launch monitoring of Eagle Ford Shale air emissions some time next year. What has been learned from ongoing emissions monitoring in the Barnett Shale will be applied in the South Texas play, an engineer with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) told NGI’s Shale Daily.
Joseph Martens, who directs the New York Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), is scheduled to answer questions from the public from 9-10 a.m. EDT on Saturday about natural gas drilling and high-volume hydraulic fracturing on CitizensConnect, a website created by Gov. Andrew Cuomo to promote communication with his administration. DEC spokeswoman Emily DeSantis said all questions to Martens would be welcomed. “This is an important issue with great public interest. Commissioner Martens is happy to engage with the public about it.” Questions may be submitted online before Saturday.
The answer to some of the environmental concerns about hydraulic fracturing (fracking) in Pennsylvania is a homegrown synthetic proppant that could be used instead of sand, according to Nittany Extraction Technologies, a company founded by two Pennsylvania State University engineering professors.
BP plc’s executive team appeared to be steeled and ready to answer an onslaught of aggrieved shareholders Thursday at the first annual general meeting since the Deepwater Horizon tragedy in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) claimed the lives of 11 men and shattered the company’s reputation.
BP plc’s executive team appeared to be steeled and ready to answer an onslaught of aggrieved shareholders Thursday at the first annual general meeting since the Deepwater Horizon tragedy in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) claimed the lives of 11 men and destroyed the company’s reputation.
In the months and years ahead if anyone in Texas asks where demand for gas among power generators has gone, the answer will be blowing in the wind.
Shell Oil Co. said Monday its new Perdido Development in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM), which is in the deepest waters of any such facility in the world, will help answer new calls for natural gas and oil supply that are expected to come once the global economy turns around.
Canada’s northern pipeline sponsors did not answer the big question raised by the project’s recent mammoth cost increase, but they earlier disclosed where to look for clues. Can the Mackenzie Gas Project (MGP) be built for its new price tag of C$16.2 billion (US$13.7 billion)?