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WSI: Irene Could be First of Eight Atlantic Hurricanes

Hurricane Irene was bearing down on the East Coast over the weekend, potentially causing billions in damage, but it may be only the first of eight major Atlantic hurricanes, according to Andover, MA-based WSI Corp., which last week said it expects a total of 15-18 named storms, including eight hurricanes, four of them Category Three or greater, to form this year. The forecasters also said they expect much of the northern United States to experience temperatures averaging significantly above normal over the next three months.

August 29, 2011

Williams Pursuing Southern Union

Southern Union Co. is seeing its dance card beginning to fill up after Williams arrived late Thursday bearing a more lucrative merger package than one offered earlier this month by Energy Transfer Equity LP (ETE).

June 27, 2011

Williams Pursues Southern Union

Southern Union Co. is seeing its dance card beginning to fill up after Williams arrived late Thursday bearing a more lucrative merger package than one offered earlier this month by Energy Transfer Equity LP (ETE).

June 27, 2011

HPDI: Operators Targeting Liquids Development in Shale Plays

Liquids production — both crude oil and condensate — is rising significantly at several shale plays in the United States as operators increasingly target the liquids-bearing portions of these formations, according to Austin, TX-based HPDI LLC, a supplier of data on the oil and natural gas industry.

March 16, 2011

Texas Examiners Clear Range of Water Contamination

Natural gas found in North Texas water wells did not come from the Barnett Shale but rather the gas-bearing Strawn formation, which is closer to the surface, hearing examiners at the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) said in a report released last week. Range Resources Corp. has been accused of contaminating the wells with its Barnett drilling activities.

March 14, 2011

Texas Examiners Clear Range of Water Contamination

Natural gas found in North Texas water wells did not come from the Barnett Shale but rather the gas-bearing Strawn formation, which is closer to the surface, hearing examiners at the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) said in a report released Monday. If accepted by commissioners, the finding would exonerate Range Resources Corp., which had been accused of contaminating the wells with its Barnett drilling activities.

March 9, 2011

Mother Nature Blamed for Texas Well Contamination

Natural gas found in North Texas water wells did not come from the Barnett Shale but rather the gas-bearing Strawn formation, which is closer to the surface, hearing examiners at the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) said in a report released Monday. If accepted by commissioners, the finding would exonerate Range Resources Corp., which had been accused of contaminating the wells with its Barnett drilling activities.

March 9, 2011

Northeast Super-Spikes Lead Gains at All Points

With a major winter storm bearing down on the Northeast after dumping copious amounts of snow in the South Atlantic and Mid-Atlantic states, prices were up across the board Monday. All Northeast citygates recorded $5-plus advances, with a few skyrocketing by more than $7.

March 3, 2009

Most Prices Slightly Softer; Colder Rockies Surge

A return of snow-bearing colder weather in the Rockies caused points there to spike by as much as $1.30 Monday and pushed some regional top-end prices above $6. Milder conditions elsewhere resulted in a mixed market that was mostly close to flat and in which losses moderately exceeded gains.

April 24, 2007

Futures Continue Higher as Cold Snap Looms

With a run of winter-like temperatures bearing down on the Midwest and East, natural gas futures traders on Tuesday continued to explore the upside, despite continued weakness in crude futures. February natural gas notched a high of $6.650 before closing at $6.631, up 25.3 cents on the day. February crude put in a low of $54.25/bbl before settling at $55.64/bbl, down 45 cents.

January 10, 2007
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