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FirstEnergy: Global Market Changes Make Kitimat Export Plan Viable

A British Columbia (BC) proposal for a northern Pacific liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal has converted itself into an export project, highlighting a 180-degree turn seen ahead for supplies when Canadian producers catch up to Americans in applying new technology.

October 6, 2008

FirstEnergy: Global Market Changes Make Kitimat Export Plan Viable

A British Columbia (BC) proposal for a northern Pacific liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal has converted itself into an export project, highlighting a 180-degree turn seen ahead for supplies when Canadian producers catch up to Americans in applying new technology.

September 30, 2008

Devlan’s Reserves Increase 92% in 2002

Calgary-based Devlan Exploration Inc. said Wednesday that its established reserves as of the first of the year were 5.27 million boe (gas converted at 6:1), an increase of 92% over the prior year. The evaluation conducted by Sproule Associates Limited showed the reserves consisted of 2.1 million barrels of oil and natural gas liquids plus 19.3 Bcf of natural gas.

March 6, 2003

Industry Briefs

Plug Power Inc.’s first demonstration using a gas-fired fuelcell to power a home was declared a success by the company. Thehome in Latham, NY, was converted to gas from pure hydrogen inAugust without a glitch. The house is equipped with Plug Power’sfuel cell stack, a power conditioner and gas fuel processor.”Powering a house with electricity from a natural gas fuel cellsystem is an important first for Plug Power and for the fuel cellindustry,” said Gary Mittleman, Plug Power’s CEO. Plug Power plansto make its fuel cell systems available beginning in 2001 through ajoint venture with GE MicroGen, a subsidiary of GE Power Systems.The typical 7-10 kW units are expected to cost $3,000-$5,000 by2003. They will have a 17-year life span. The Plug Power systemreceives fuel from a home’s existing gas line or propane tank,converts the fuel into a hydrogen-rich stream and then combines itwith oxygen from the air in a chemical reaction that produceselectric power.

December 16, 1999

Questar Plans ARCO Line Extensions

Questar Pipeline said last week it plans to build severalextensions on the converted Southern Trails Pipeline (formerlyARCO’s Line 90) to provide greater access to San Juan Basin andRocky Mountain region supplies and to create a link to El Paso,Transwestern and others at the California border. The company alsois planning a short extension to several Long Beach, CA,refineries. Questar completed the $38 million purchase of the linefrom ARCO Pipe Line Co. last week.

November 30, 1998
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