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Marcellus, Utica NatGas to Surpass Rockies, Canada — Wood Mackenzie

Natural gas production from the Marcellus and Utica shales should double over the next five years, surpassing Rockies output levels from 2012 and accounting for “over a quarter of U.S. Lower 48 gas production,” Wood Mackenzie upstream analysts are forecasting.

August 1, 2013

U.S. Records Fastest-Ever Oil Growth, Says BP

The United States claimed the title in 2012 for the leading production growth for not only natural gas but also oil, boosted by its considerable unconventional stores, according to BP plc’s annual benchmark of global energy resources.

June 13, 2013

Energy Permitting, Leasing to Feel Sequestration Pain

The across-the-board budget sequestration cuts, which began in March, will result in a considerable reduction in the number of oil and natural gas permits processed and leases issued annually, according to a new report by Democrats on the House Appropriations Committee Wednesday.

May 16, 2013

WSI: Warmer than Normal Spring for East Coast

The Northeast has seen a run of colder-than-normal weather through March Madness, but the next three months should bring the region a considerable warm-up, according to forecasters at Andover, MA-based Weather Services International (WSI).

April 1, 2013

WSI Forecasts Warmer than Normal Spring for East Coast

The Northeast has seen a run of colder-than-normal weather through March Madness, but the next three months should bring the region a considerable warm-up, according to forecasters at Andover, MA-based Weather Services International (WSI).

March 27, 2013

Sanchez Doubling Production With Eagle Ford Acquisition

Houston-based Sanchez Energy Corp. is buying producing acreage in the Eagle Ford Shale for $265 million that will more than double current company-wide production and increase proved reserves by 63%.

March 20, 2013
Sinopec Builds Bigger Mississippian Position in JV with Chesapeake

Sinopec Builds Bigger Mississippian Position in JV with Chesapeake

China’s Sinopec International Petroleum Exploration and Production Corp. has added to its considerable leasehold in the Mississippian Lime formation after agreeing to pay Chesapeake Energy Corp. $1.02 billion in cash for half of its 850,000 net acres.

February 26, 2013

EIA: Hurricane Isaac Was No Friend to Gas Processing

Hurricane Isaac caused considerable disruption to natural gas processing infrastructure along the Gulf Coast, although it had a negligible effect on natural gas prices because of ample onshore production and surplus storage, the Energy Information Administration said Thursday.

September 14, 2012

North American Oil Supply Growth Reveals ‘Infrastructure Mismatches’

North America’s burgeoning unconventional oil supplies have created “considerable investment needs” because pipelines are in the “wrong place carrying crude in the wrong direction and/or transporting the wrong products,” according to a review by Ernst & Young LLP.

July 31, 2012

California Regulators Debate Gas Meter, Power Issues

Although they deferred action until next month, California regulators Thursday spent considerable time discussing the deployment of advanced natural gas utility metering systems and the fate of a gas-fired generation plant in Northern California that the state’s grid operator claims is essential to reliability. Advocates for the smart gas meters contend that they are essential for upgrades to pipeline system safety.

February 21, 2012
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