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Canada’s New Regulatory Way: Quicker, Quieter

Protesters and critics still have a voice but have been stripped of power to stall or kill Canadian oil and gas projects with delaying tactics, confirms the pioneer foray into new regulatory review and approval procedures.

June 3, 2013

Natural Gas Supply Declining? Maybe Not Before 2015

Raymond James & Associates Inc.’s 2Q2012 U.S. natural gas production survey confirms an “upward growth trend among publicly traded producers,” which indicated another sequential supply increase of 0.49% (0.17 Bcf/d), or 7% year/year (2.45 Bcf/d).

September 10, 2012

Natural Gas Supply Declining? Not Before 2015, Says Raymond James

Raymond James & Associates Inc.’s 2Q2012 U.S. natural gas production survey confirms an “upward growth trend among publicly traded producers,” which indicated another sequential supply increase of 0.49% (0.17 Bcf/d), or 7% year/year (2.45 Bcf/d).

September 5, 2012

SourceGas Accuses Kinder Morgan of Selling Excess Shipper Fuel

A cost and revenue study submitted by Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC (KMIGT) last month confirms that the pipeline is “materially over-recovering” fuel from its customers, contend shippers SourceGas Distribution LLC and SourceGas Energy Services Co.

February 21, 2011

SourceGas Accuses Kinder Morgan of Selling Excess Shipper Fuel

A cost and revenue study submitted by Kinder Morgan Interstate Gas Transmission LLC (KMIGT) last month confirms that the pipeline is “materially over-recovering” fuel from its customers, contend shippers SourceGas Distribution LLC and SourceGas Energy Services Co.

February 18, 2011

Montney Shale Operator Encouraged by Peace River Tests

A recent one-day retest of an Upper Montney Shale well in northeast British Columbia flowed at a rate of 8.9 MMcf/d, which further confirms a “large in-gas resource” at the Peach River Arch area, junior explorer Canada Energy Partners Inc. (CEP) said Monday.

December 14, 2010

At Eleventh Hour, Senate Confirms Kelly for Second Term at FERC

In an eleventh-hour move, Senate Republicans struck an agreement with the White House which cleared the way for Senate approval of about 175 pending nominations, including that of FERC Commissioner Suedeen G. Kelly for a second term, and which will result in the expected recess appointment of two nominees to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) in January.

November 29, 2004

In Unexpected Move, Senate Confirms Kelly for Second Term at FERC

In a surprising turn of events, Senate Republicans struck an agreement with the White House over the weekend which cleared the way for Senate approval of about 175 pending nominations, including that of FERC Commissioner Suedeen G. Kelly for a second term, and which will result in the expected recess appointment of two nominees to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) in January, Senate Energy Committee Chairman Pete Domenici (R-NM) said.

November 23, 2004

In Unexpected Move, Senate Confirms Kelly for Second Term at FERC

In a surprising turn of events, Senate Republicans struck an agreement with the White House over the weekend which cleared the way for Senate approval of about 175 pending nominations, including that of FERC Commissioner Suedeen G. Kelly for a second term, and which will result in the expected recess appointment of two nominees to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) in January, Senate Energy Committee Chairman Pete Domenici (R-NM) said.

November 23, 2004

Pentagon Confirms that SoCal Marine Base Possible LNG Site

Overruling the base commander, Defense Department officials confirmed last Monday that ChevronTexaco is looking at the 200-square-mile Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Training Center in north San Diego County for possible on- and offshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal sites. Last week the commander of the base wrote California officials saying he was unequivocally opposed to a LNG site on or near the coastal training base.

June 21, 2004
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