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Industry Brief

AnEOG Resources Inc.Eagle Ford Shale well that experienced a well control incident Wednesday was still burning Friday morning although the fire had diminished, the company said. There were no reports of injuries as a result on the incident in Lavaca County, TX, and all rig personnel were safely evacuated and accounted for, EOG said.Wild Well Controlwas contracted to assist in the response effort. The company said it was too early to determine the cause.

September 3, 2013

PA Marcellus Shale Industry Touts ‘Natural Gas Does That’ Campaign

Reminding the public of the benefits of clean-burning natural gas derived from Pennsylvania shale development, Pennsylvania oil and gas industry organizations have rolled out a one-minute commercial video titled “Natural gas does that.”

July 1, 2013

Natural Gas Not Sole Climate Change Solution, Says IEA

The United States last year curbed greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to mid-1990 levels in large part to utilities burning more natural gas, but that reduction will be difficult to duplicate globally, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).

June 17, 2013

Natural Gas Alone Won’t Solve Climate Change, Says IEA

The United States last year curbed greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions to mid-1990 levels in large part to utilities burning more natural gas, but that reduction will be difficult to duplicate globally, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).

June 11, 2013

Natural Gas Supply Found Ready to Weather Increased Demand

While natural gas is becoming the fuel of choice due to its clean-burning qualities and newfound abundance in North America thanks to shale development, the increased gas demand from multiple sources, including the industrial sector, electric power sector, transportation and liquefied natural gas and pipeline exports, is unlikely to boost the domestic price of the resource substantially, according to a new study titled “New Dynamics of the U.S. Natural Gas Market,” conducted by the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC).

May 27, 2013

U.S. NatGas Demand Increases Unlikely to Spark Price Spikes, Study Finds

While natural gas is becoming the fuel of choice due to its clean-burning qualities and newfound abundance in North America thanks to shale development, the increased gas demand from multiple sources, including the industrial sector, electric power sector, transportation and liquefied natural gas and pipeline exports, is unlikely to boost the domestic price of the resource substantially, according to a new study titled “New Dynamics of the U.S. Natural Gas Market,” conducted by the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC).

May 21, 2013

Natural Gas Supply Ready to Weather Increased Demand, Study Finds

While natural gas is becoming the fuel of choice due to its clean-burning qualities and newfound abundance in North America thanks to shale development, the increased gas demand from multiple sources, including the industrial sector, electric power sector, transportation and liquefied natural gas and pipeline exports, is unlikely to boost the domestic price of the resource substantially, according to a new study titled “New Dynamics of the U.S. Natural Gas Market,” conducted by the Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC).

May 21, 2013

Obama Vows to Cut Red Tape to Speed Permitting Process

Acknowledging that the boom in natural gas has led to cleaner-burning power and greater energy independence in the United States, President Obama last Tuesday in his first State of the Union Address (SOTU) of his second term vowed to cut red tape to speed up the permitting process for new oil and gas permits on public lands.

February 18, 2013

Obama Puts Spotlight on Natural Gas

Acknowledging that the boom in natural gas has led to cleaner-burning power and greater energy independence in the United States, President Obama Tuesday in his first State of the Union Address of his second term vowed to cut red tape to speed up the permitting process for new oil and gas permits on public lands.

February 14, 2013

Obama Vows to Speed Up New Oil, Gas Permitting

Acknowledging that the boom in natural gas has led to cleaner-burning power and greater energy independence in the United States, President Obama Tuesday in his first State of the Union Address of his second term vowed to cut red tape to speed up the permitting process for new oil and gas permits on public lands.

February 14, 2013
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