The state of Texas is losing billions of dollar because of tax rate deductions for shale gas wells using hydraulic fracturing that are classified as “high cost wells,” according to a report by the state Legislative Budget Board (LBB).
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A citizens group opposed to gas drilling within the city of Dallas is rounding up supporters to attend a City Plan Commission meeting Thursday at which commissioners are expected to reconsider a previous denial of permits to drill that are being sought by Trinity East Energy LLC.
Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line (Transco) has asked FERC for the go-ahead to place certain of its Mid-Atlantic Connector expansion facilities into service by the end of the month.
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) has asked California regulators to reject a proposed list of penalties by the state safety staff for the utility’s shortcomings prior to the San Bruno, CA, pipeline explosion.
National Fuel Gas Supply Corp. in separate filings has asked FERC for permission to create new pooling points on its system and to enhance gas storage service by decoupling injection and withdrawal rights from storage capacity rights.
Gulf South Pipeline Co. LP has asked FERC for authorization to add an Enhanced Nominations Service (ENS) to its tariff to give firm shippers more flexibility in scheduling gas delivery for variable demand loads, particularly those associated with power generation.
Gulf South Pipeline Co. LP has asked FERC for authorization to add an Enhanced Nominations Service (ENS) to its tariff in order to give firm shippers more flexibility in scheduling gas delivery to meet variable demand loads, particularly those associated with power generation.
Idaho regulators last Friday asked for stakeholder and general public comments on a long-term planning document by Spokane, WA-based Avista Utilities that forecasts 20 years of low gas prices and demand by its retail residential and business natural gas customers in the northern panhandle of the state.
CenterPoint Energy Gas Transmission (CEGT) has asked FERC for authorization to carry out activities to place its 17-mile, small-diameter Line replacement project in southwestern Arkansas in service by Nov. 12.
A coalition of 14 environmental groups has asked Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett to reverse a Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) policy that requires field offices to advise senior DEP officials of their intent to acknowledge water contamination related to Marcellus Shale gas well operations before notification letters are sent to potentially affected homeowners.