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Natural Gas, Oil Industry’s Philanthropic Efforts Unwavering Despite Tightening Restrictions from Coronavirus

Natural Gas, Oil Industry’s Philanthropic Efforts Unwavering Despite Tightening Restrictions from Coronavirus

With social distancing orders in place across the world amid the coronavirus pandemic, innovation has been at the forefront of the latest relief efforts by the oil and natural gas industry to assist communities in need.

March 31, 2020
Natural Gas, Oil Industry’s Philanthropic Efforts Unwavering Despite Tightening Restrictions from Coronavirus

Natural Gas, Oil Industry’s Philanthropic Efforts Unwavering Despite Tightening Restrictions from Coronavirus

With social distancing orders in place across the world amid the coronavirus pandemic, innovation has been at the forefront of the latest relief efforts by the oil and natural gas industry to assist communities in need.

March 31, 2020

Internal EPA Memo Offers Insight Into How Agency Will Handle Budget Cut

An internal memo between officials at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is providing a clearer picture of how the agency plans to handle a $2.6 billion cut in funding, which the Trump administration proposed last month.

April 4, 2017

Study: Fayetteville Shale Saved Arkansas from ‘Lost Decade’

The bloom has been off the dry gas rose for a while now, but the Fayetteville Shale continues to provide Arkansas with a bouquet of economic activity and job creation, according to a new study.

June 18, 2012

Study: Fayetteville Shale Saved Arkansas from ‘Lost Decade’

The bloom has been off the dry gas rose for a while now, but the Fayetteville Shale continues to provide Arkansas with a bouquet of economic activity and job creation, according to a new study.

June 12, 2012

Analyst: Haynesville to Stay Strong Despite Shift to ‘Oilier’ Plays

Is the bloom coming off the Haynesville Shale rose because of its drier-gas nature, with a few producers announcing recently they will be refocusing exploration and production (E&P) efforts into “oilier” plays such as Eagle Ford in South Texas (see Shale Daily, Nov. 5; Nov. 4; Oct. 7)?

November 15, 2010

A Few Rockies Points Avoid Overall Price Fall

It definitely appears that the bloom is off the price rose that was sustained through much of September despite generally weak weather fundamentals. Only small gains at a few Rockies points were left out of declines everywhere else in trading that began the final week of September on Monday.

September 28, 2010

Washington Utility Takes on Industrial Giants

Another sign that the bloom may be off the deregulation bushsurfaced this week in the state of Washington when the state’smajor combination investor-owned utility butted heads with some ofthe region’s industrial giants, including Boeing, Equilon andGeorgia-Pacific, over the large energy users’ request to stateregulators Tuesday (Dec. 12) to get out of a special pricing dealthey cut four years ago when wholesale power prices were rockbottom.

December 15, 2000

Northeast Sees Big Descent; Mildly Higher Otherwise

The bloom was off the Northeast price rose Friday as weekendcitygate quotes began plunging back to earth. The non-Northeastmarket ranged from flat to a little more than a nickel higher.

January 24, 2000