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FERC Urged to Do Nationwide Review of Pipe Sufficiency

A major natural gas industrial consumers group has urged FERC to conduct a nationwide review of natural gas pipeline capacity to determine the need for construction to meet the demands of power generators and industrial consumers.

December 21, 2012

Report: Shale Gas ‘Magic Bullet’ For U.S. Petrochemicals

Shale gas is the “magic bullet” the U.S. petrochemical industry needs to make a full recovery from a decade of economic stagnation, according to Houston-based Chemical Market Resources Inc. (CMR), which advises the chemical, petrochemical and plastics industries.

July 23, 2012

Shale Gas Called ‘Magic Bullet’ For U.S. Petrochemical Industry

Shale gas is the “magic bullet” the U.S. petrochemical industry needs to make a full recovery from a decade of economic stagnation, according to researchers from Chemical Market Resources Inc. (CMR), a Houston firm that advises the chemical, petrochemical and plastics industries.

July 19, 2012

Producers to Keep Tax Breaks — For Now

Oil and natural gas producers have dodged — at least temporarily — a bullet in the deficit-reduction package that President Obama and congressional leaders agreed to in time to avert a default on the government’s debt obligations.

August 8, 2011

Ex-Bush DOE Official Warns of Consequences to Cutting Tax Breaks

Oil and natural gas producers have dodged — at least temporarily — a bullet in the deficit-reduction package that President Obama and congressional leaders agreed to late Sunday.

August 2, 2011

Texas Producers Watching Legislature, Waiting

Texas lawmakers are not yet into the meat of their current legislative session, but the oil and gas industry appears to have dodged one bullet already, according to the president of the Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners Association (TIPRO). Still, it’s early, and lawmakers in budget-strapped Texas could very well look to the state’s oil and gas breadbasket to take up some of the slack.

January 31, 2011

Texas Producers Eyeing Legislature

Texas lawmakers are not yet into the meat of their current legislative session, but the oil and gas industry appears to have dodged one bullet already, according to the president of the Texas Independent Producers and Royalty Owners Association (TIPRO). Still, it’s early, and lawmakers in budget-strapped Texas could very well look to the state’s oil and gas breadbasket to take up some of the slack.

January 31, 2011

Industry Dodges Hydrofracing Bullet in House Committee

Oil and natural gas producers dodged a bullet last Wednesday when Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO) agreed to withdraw a controversial amendment that would have required service companies to publicly disclose the fluids used in hydraulic fracturing (hydrofracing), a technique used to stimulate production of natural gas from wells drilled in shale gas plays.

May 31, 2010

Industry Dodges Hydrofracing Bullet in House Committee

Oil and natural gas producers dodged a bullet Wednesday when Rep. Diana DeGette (D-CO) agreed to withdraw a controversial amendment that would have required service companies to publicly disclose the fluids used in hydraulic fracturing (hydrofracing), a technique used to stimulate production of natural gas from wells drilled in shale gas plays.

May 27, 2010

Duke Research Finds Little Impact on Gas From Carbon Cap

A mandatory cap on carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions will not be a magic bullet to drive up demand for natural gas among power generators, according to research by Duke University’s Climate Change Policy Partnership (CCPP).

April 13, 2009
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