Appearance

House Committee Grills New DOI Chief

During her first appearance before the House Committee on Natural Resources last Wednesday, Department of Interior (DOI) Secretary Sally Jewell, a former business executive and an engineer, got a gander at a political divide as wide as the Grand Canyon.

July 22, 2013

Murkowski, EPA Head Spar Over Fracking Studies

The administration’s multi-agency approach to hydraulic fracturing (fracking) studies and the appearance of mission-creep is causing confusion within the oil and natural gas industry, according to some critics on Capitol Hill.

May 18, 2012

Murkowski Warns Against Expanding Federal Frack Studies

The administration’s multi-agency approach to hydraulic fracturing (fracking) studies and the appearance of mission-creep is causing confusion within the oil and natural gas industry, according to some critics on Capitol Hill.

May 18, 2012

WSI: Calm Hurricane Season, Warm Autumn Ahead

Despite the recent appearance of the 2009 Atlantic hurricane season’s first four named storms, Andover, MA-based WSI Corp. said it is sticking with its previous forecast of a total of 10 named storms, including five hurricanes, with two of them intense (Category Three or greater) forming by Nov. 30. Temperatures across most of the country during the next three months will be warmer than normal, WSI said.

August 31, 2009

WSI Still Sees Relatively Calm Hurricane Season Ahead

Despite the appearance in the last 10 days of the 2009 Atlantic hurricane season’s first three named storms, Andover, MA-based WSI Corp. said it is sticking with its previous forecast of a total of 10 named storms, including five hurricanes, with two of them intense (Category Three or greater) forming by Nov. 30.

August 25, 2009

FERC Nominees Split on Need for LNG in U.S. Gas Portfolio

The two FERC nominees agreed on most energy issues during their first appearance before the Senate energy panel Thursday, except on whether the U.S. should look to foreign countries now to supplement its natural gas supplies.

June 9, 2006

Futures Break Six-Day Upward Streak, Await EIA Storage Methodology Revision

After giving the appearance in Wednesday morning trading that natural gas futures were headed higher for a seventh consecutive day, the September contract ended up pulling off of its highs and exploring lower, before settling near unchanged.

August 4, 2005

Eastern Utilities Record One-Day High Gas, Power Send-Outs

Real winter made a brief appearance in the East early last week as several major eastern utilities reported setting some new gas and power send-out records on Monday, Dec. 20. Consolidated Edison (ConEd) pinpointed the average temperature in its New York City area over a 24-hour period last Monday at 15 degrees Fahrenheit.

December 27, 2004

Wood: FERC to Review ‘State of Gas Markets’ in October

In his first appearance before the Natural Gas Roundtable since taking over the reins at FERC a year ago, Chairman Pat Wood said last Thursday that “by and large” the Commission’s job of establishing competitive natural gas markets was already done, and that its task now was to make sure the high level of competitiveness in the markets continued. Toward that aim, he announced the agency plans to hold its first ‘State of the Gas Markets’ conference in late October to explore gas supply and demand issues.

September 23, 2002

Wood: FERC to Review ‘State of Gas Markets’ in October

In his first appearance before the Natural Gas Roundtable since taking over the reins at FERC a year ago, Chairman Pat Wood said Thursday that “by and large” the Commission’s job in establishing competitive natural gas markets was already done, and that its task now was to ensure that the high level of competitiveness in the markets continued. Toward that aim, he announced the agency plans to hold its first ‘State of the Gas Markets’ conference in late October to explore gas supply and demand issues.

September 20, 2002
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