Following threats earlier in the year from Gov. John Hickenlooper, Colorado’s Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (OGCC) has joined a lawsuit by the Colorado Oil & Gas Association (COGA) against the city of Longmont’s ban last year on hydraulic fracturing (fracking).
Articles from Currently
With flaring of wellhead associated natural gas still hovering around 30%, state officials in North Dakota welcome the proposed new natural gas pipeline from the Bakken to Minnesota by a unit of Bismarck-based MDU Resources Inc., and the governor has pledged support for the pipeline’s development.
U.S. explorers took about a decade to claim and begin producing the huge onshore unconventional bounty. Now that they’ve got their rocks of plenty in hand, the task today is determining what to keep and what to toss, according to a Credit Suisse analyst.
Responding to the increase in natural gas production out of the Uinta Basin, Questar Pipeline Co. will be holding a binding open season to solicit support for an expansion of takeaway capacity by extending its Jurisdictional Lateral 138 (JL138) to the Myton Yard in Myton, UT.
Companion bills in the Florida legislature would tax providers of natural gas as a transportation fuel, rather than taxing natural gas vehicle (NGV) operators as is currently done. The measures would enact a 4-cent tax/motor fuel gallon equivalent of natural gas.
In the rush to get more gathering and processing infrastructure in place to handle currently flared Bakken Shale associated gas, some hurdles are being met by wells with heavy concentrations of sour gas, or high hydrogen sulfide (H2S) levels, according to North Dakota energy officials.
Oneok Inc. and its pipeline partnership currently are experiencing more than 90,000 b/d of ethane rejection across the natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline systems, a level expected to be in place “for much of the year,” a top executive said last week.
Oneok Inc. and its pipeline partnership currently are experiencing more than 90,000 b/d of ethane rejection across the natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline systems, a level expected to be in place “for much of the year,” a top executive said Tuesday.
For the third time in less than three months, Gulfport Energy Corp. and Windsor Ohio LLC, an affiliate of Wexford Capital LP, have agreed to make a transaction in the Utica Shale, this time for net acreage and a higher working interest (WI).