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Apache’s North American Onshore Output Jumps 45%

Apache Corp., which now claims to be the second biggest North American onshore operator, reported a 45% increase in total liquids output year/year in the United States and Canada, driven by a revamped drilling program in the legacy Permian and Anadarko basins.

May 10, 2013

Analyst Sees More Shale Rigs Joining Conventional Cutbacks in 2011

It has been conventional wisdom that with gas rig counts beginning a slow decline recently, production is still rising overall because it is mostly rigs being deactivated in conventional plays rather than those involved in the more prolific shale gas search. However, some market watchers are not buying that argument.

October 11, 2010

Haynesville Shale Still on Front Burner for New Capacity Plans

Interest in the Haynesville Shale shows no sign of waning anytime soon. Last week came three more big announcements to expand pipeline capacity from the natural gas shale play.

November 23, 2009

Raymond James: Oilpatch Demand for New Technology Surging

With oil and natural gas prices soaring, don’t expect oilpatch investments to slow down anytime soon, Raymond James & Associates Inc. said Monday.

May 13, 2008

AGL Resources CEO Sees Gas Remaining Key to U.S. Energy Future

Seeking to allay fears that natural gas as a fuel source might fall out of favor anytime soon, AGL Resources CEO John W. Somerhalder II told shareholders Wednesday that current energy market fundamentals are very favorable to natural gas now and for the foreseeable future, given its environmental and efficiency advantages.

May 1, 2008

CA LNG Bill Moves in Legislature; Utilities Concerned

With the perception growing in the industry that California won’t site a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal anytime soon, the state legislature earlier this month moved Senate Bill (SB) 412 out of the Senate to the lower house Assembly, which would effectively delay for another year action on a proposed LNG receiving site pending a broad natural gas needs study by the California Energy Commission (CEC). Major energy utilities in the state are skeptical because of some of the bill’s provisions. The Assembly will take up the bill later this month or in July before a summer legislative recess.

June 11, 2007

CA LNG Bill Moves in Legislature; Utilities Concerned

With the perception growing in the industry that California won’t site a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal anytime soon, the state legislature earlier this month moved Senate Bill (SB) 412 out of the Senate to the lower house Assembly, which would effectively delay for another year action on a proposed LNG receiving site pending a broad natural gas needs study by the California Energy Commission (CEC). Major energy utilities in the state are skeptical because of some of the bill’s provisions. The Assembly will take up the bill later this month or in July before a summer legislative recess.

June 11, 2007

New Study Says Natural Gas Prices to Remain ‘Stubbornly High’ Till 2008-2009

Global Energy Decisions Inc. (GED) said Thursday that high natural gas prices aren’t likely to be leaving anytime soon. In fact, the Boulder, CO-based company, which provides software, consultation and data solutions to the energy industry, said natural gas prices are likely to remain “stubbornly high” for the next few years.

July 22, 2005

Trilateral Report Calls on North America’s Policy Makers to Tackle Natgas Issues

Because North America’s appetite for natural gas shows no signs of letting up anytime soon, policy makers need to take swift steps to deal with pipeline capacity constraints, liquefied natural gas (LNG) siting problems, production bottlenecks and gas storage concerns, says a new trilateral report by senior energy officials from the United States, Canada and Mexico.

February 28, 2005

Trilateral Report Calls on North America’s Policy Makers to Tackle Gas Issues

Because North America’s appetite for natural gas shows no signs of letting up anytime soon, policy makers need to take swift steps to deal with pipeline capacity constraints, liquefied natural gas (LNG) siting problems, production bottlenecks and gas storage concerns, says a new trilateral report by senior energy officials from the United States, Canada and Mexico.

February 28, 2005
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