A second green light has been given to construction of export pipeline capacity to Canada’s Pacific Coast for Alberta oilsands production, the nation’s biggest and fastest growing natural gas consumer.
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A federal court has denied a motion filed by three Pennsylvania senators to intervene in a lawsuit challenging the Delaware River Basin Commission’s (DRBC) ban on horizontal hydraulic fracturing in the 13,539-square mile watershed.
Onshore independent Resolute Energy Corp. expects to more than double its 2017 production year/year, lifted by solid results in the Permian Basin’s Delaware formation.
Visions of breakthroughs into Quebec inspired natural gas and oil entrepreneurs Monday after the province’s National Assembly passed legislation creating a hydrocarbon development regulatory regime over the weekend.
Most of the impact fee revenue from Pennsylvania’s oil and gas law, Act 13, is being disbursed to a handful of counties and municipalities, with the former spending most on public safety and the latter focusing on public infrastructure, according to a report commissioned by the Center for Rural Pennsylvania.
Heading into 2017, Newfield Exploration Co. is preparing to accelerate activity in the Anadarko Basin, going from drilling to hold by production (HBP) to full-field development, the operator told analysts during a conference call Wednesday to discuss 3Q2016 results.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) said late Thursday that the state Supreme Court’s ruling invalidating parts of Act 13 will not change its policies and practices to protect drinking water and ensure that oil and gas-related spills are remediated.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is proposing to list the rusty patched bumble bee (Bombus affinis) — which occurs in the eastern and Midwestern United States, as well as Ontario, Canada — as an endangered species. Such a move would have implications for developers of energy infrastructure, according to observers.
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf on Wednesday nominated the state Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) acting Secretary Patrick McDonnell to serve permanently in the role.