Algonquin Gas Transmission LLC told FERC that it plans to “take additional time to solidify the commercial foundation” of its Access Northeast Project, which suffered a number of regulatory setbacks this year.
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Omaha, NB-based independent energy provider Tenaska said Thursday it is launching a marketing/development company, Tenaska NG Fuels LLC (TNG Fuels), to provide natural gas for the transportation and industrial sectors, both compressed natural (CNG) and liquefied natural gas (LNG).
FERC on Thursday approved a Houston-based start-up company’s request for additional time to complete construction and place into service the first liquefied natural gas (LNG) peak-shaving storage facility in Florida.
Australia’s Austin Exploration Ltd. has struck an agreement for Houston-based Halcon Resources Corp. to participate in its Birch Project in the northeastern Eagle Ford Shale. Halcon’s founders are Eagle Ford veterans, having pioneered the play with a previous company.
Canada’s frontier shale drilling hot spot lived up to hopes for a new source of premium-grade oil, according to first results disclosed from 2012-2013 winter exploration in the central Mackenzie Valley region of the Northwest Territories.
An ambitious multi-dimensional, $4 billion project that involves what would be California’s first commercial carbon capture and storage (CCS) has been revived in the state’s oil patch in the southern end of the central valley west of Bakersfield. State energy officials have scheduled a workshop Feb. 20 for the Hydrogen Energy California (HECA) project.
Home heating products retailer Dead River Co. plans to sell and supply compressed natural gas (CNG) to commercial and institutional customers in central, northern and eastern Maine from Xpress Natural Gas’ (XNG) soon-to-be-completed CNG terminal in Washington County, ME, the companies said. The customers to be served typically use at least 75,000 gallons of heating oil annually. Boston-based XNG currently trucks liquefied natural gas to industrial customers. The partnership brings together XNG proprietary technology with Dead River’s more than one hundred years of experience in trucked fuels and energy services.