Comprehensive

Local Officials Blast Colorado Governor’s Lawsuit

Local government officials from around Colorado took a swipe at Gov. John Hickenlooper for suing the city of Longmont, CO, to turn back its ordinance establishing natural gas and oil drilling regulations within its boundaries. The state maintains exclusive jurisdiction in this area under the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC).

September 24, 2012

ATP Cites Macondo Blowout, Moratorium in Bankruptcy Filing

ATP Oil & Gas Corp. on Friday said it has filed a voluntary Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas “to undertake a comprehensive financial restructuring.”

August 20, 2012

Obama Pushes Senate to Pass Cybersecurity Bill Before Recess

President Obama Friday called on the Senate to pass comprehensive legislation aimed at protecting critical national infrastructure, including energy facilities, from cyber attacks prior to leaving for its August recess.

July 23, 2012

Obama Pushes Senate to Pass Cybersecurity Bill Before Recess

President Obama Friday called on the Senate to pass comprehensive legislation aimed at protecting critical national infrastructure, including energy facilities, from cyber attacks.

July 23, 2012

Pickens: Koch Industries ‘Biggest Deterrent’ to Broad U.S. Energy Plan

Investor guru and natural gas proponent T. Boone Pickens Wednesday blamed President Obama, Congress and Koch Industries for the lack of a comprehensive energy policy in the United States, although not necessarily in that order.

May 3, 2012

EIA Breaks Out Salt/Nonsalt Producing Region Gas Storage

In an effort to give analysts and industry more comprehensive information on the relationship between natural gas inventory changes and types of storage facilities, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) — starting with the March 22 edition of the Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report — is providing breakouts of inventory levels at salt cavern and nonsalt cavern facilities for the weekly estimates of working gas in underground natural gas storage inventories in the Producing Region, defined as Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.

March 26, 2012

EIA Breaks Out Salt/Nonsalt Producing Region Gas Storage

In an effort to give analysts and industry more comprehensive information on the relationship between natural gas inventory changes and types of storage facilities, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) — starting with the March 22 edition of the Weekly Natural Gas Storage Report — is providing breakouts of inventory levels at salt cavern and nonsalt cavern facilities for the weekly estimates of working gas in underground natural gas storage inventories in the Producing Region, defined as Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Texas.

March 26, 2012

North Carolina Governor Open to Regulated Fracking

After getting a first hand look at hydraulic fracturing (fracking) operations in Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale — and with a comprehensive study of the practice due out in her state later this spring — North Carolina Gov. Bev Perdue on Wednesday said she believes fracking can be done safely.

March 19, 2012

Audit: Texas Pipeline Oversight Could Be Better

A recent audit of pipeline safety oversight by the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) found “comprehensive and detailed” inspection procedures but also room for improvement. In response, RRC said it has already been working to address areas of concern raised by the audit.

November 7, 2011

Audit: Texas Pipeline Oversight Could Be Better

A recent audit of pipeline safety oversight by the Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) found “comprehensive and detailed” inspection procedures but also room for improvement. In response, RRC said it has already been working to address areas of concern raised by the audit.

November 7, 2011