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FERC Seeks More Data on Jurisdictional Gas Sales

Many of the responders to an initial notice of inquiry (NOI) on whether to require quarterly reporting of FERC-jurisdictional next-day and next-month transactions contend that the quarterly reporting requirement would not improve natural gas market transparency.

July 22, 2013

Pennsylvania Legislation Infuriates Leaseholders Group

A national organization that supports oil and gas leaseholders is furious that Pennsylvania legislators passed a bill that its members contend will weaken landowners’ ability to negotiate lease terms, and are urging people to contact Gov. Tom Corbett to get a veto.

July 8, 2013

California Governor to Examine Fracking More Closely

California Gov. Jerry Brown said last Friday that he plans to take a closer look at the oil/gas industry’s use of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) in the state, speaking at a renewable energy conference at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and to news media afterwards.

March 27, 2012

More Wyoming Well Tests Ahead; Local Fallout Felt

It is a matter of when, not if, additional testing will be done in Pavillion, WY, where the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has two test wells that turned up suspected chemicals tied to the hydraulic fracturing (fracking) of natural gas wells in the area. Gov. Matt Mead’s spokesperson has confirmed that additional tests are coming, but they are still not scheduled.

March 1, 2012

Cove Point Importers: Tariff Revisions Benefit Exporters

Major import customers at the Dominion Cove Point (DCP) liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Maryland contend that the company’s proposed tariff changes would degrade existing service, while potentially benefiting a future class of customers — exporters.

August 29, 2011

IPAA Urges EPA to Narrow Scope of Hydrofracing Study

Independent producers contend that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is going “far beyond the scope” of what Congress directed the agency to study about the relationship between hydraulic fracturing (hydrofracing) and potential drinking water contamination.

April 12, 2010

IPAA Urges EPA to Narrow Focus of Hydrofracing Study

Independent producers contend that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is going “far beyond the scope” of what Congress directed the agency to study about the relationship between hydraulic fracturing (hydrofracing) and potential drinking water contamination.

April 8, 2010

IPAA Urges EPA to Narrow Focus of Hydrofracing Study

Independent producers contend that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is going “far beyond the scope” of what Congress directed the agency to study about the relationship between hydraulic fracturing (hydrofracing) and potential drinking water contamination.

April 8, 2010

NorthernStar Oregon LNG Hearing Continued into November

County officials ran out of time last Monday to hear from all the citizens who wanted to say something about NorthernStar Natural Gas’ proposed Bradwood Landing liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal along the Columbia River in Oregon, so the public hearing will be continued on Nov. 19. Clatsop County Commissioners are weighing whether to grant NorthernStar zoning changes for the project.

October 29, 2007

Midwest Regulators Ask FERC to Nix Southwest’s Proposed Rate Hike

Michigan and Kansas regulators Thursday joined Missouri regulators in protesting Southwest Gas Storage’s filing of a Section 4 rate hike, which they contend is designed to intentionally thwart FERC action in an ongoing Section 5 complaint case in which customers have accused the storage provider of charging excessive rates.

August 17, 2007
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