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Ohio Water District Agrees to Sell More Water to Antero

The Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District (MWCD) has agreed to sell more water to Antero Resources for oil and gas drilling in the Utica Shale.

July 23, 2013

Ohio Water District Sells More Water to Gulfport, Enacts New Policy

The Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District (MWCD) has agreed to sell more water to Gulfport Energy Corp. for Utica Shale drilling activities, as it adopts a new short-term water sales policy and partners with the U.S. Geological Survey to study the impact of future water withdrawals.

May 22, 2013

Pioneer Strikes Wolfcamp JV, Abandons Barnett Sale

Pioneer Natural Resources Co. has signed an agreement with Sinochem Petroleum USA LLC, a U.S. subsidiary of China’s Sinochem Group, to sell 40% of its interest in 207,000 net acres leased by the Pioneer in the horizontal Wolfcamp Shale in the southern portion of the Spraberry Trend Area Field for $1.7 billion.

January 31, 2013

Chevron Working to Minimize Dry Gas Production

Chevron Corp. has not shut in any natural gas wells within its U.S. onshore portfolio, but it is “working to minimize dry gas as much as we possibly can,” CFO Pat Yarrington said Friday.

April 30, 2012

Chevron Works to Minimize Dry Gas Production

Chevron Corp. has not shut in any natural gas wells within its U.S. onshore portfolio, but it is “working to minimize dry gas as much as we possibly can,” CFO Pat Yarrington said Friday.

April 30, 2012

Chevron Phillips to Build Another Texas Liquids Facility

In an effort to expand its production of olefins, Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP plans to build a massive 1-hexene plant at its Cedar Bayou Chemical Complex in Baytown, TX.

April 4, 2012

Early 2012 Groundbreaking Planned for Sabine Pass LNG Export

Cheniere Energy said Tuesday it expects to begin construction of long-discussed natural gas liquefaction and export facilities at its existing Sabine Pass import terminal in Cameron Parish, LA, early next year. The company said it will spend $6 billion to expand the facility to allow the liquefaction and export of domestic natural gas, particularly that from shale plays.

July 20, 2011

Lead Plaintiff in Enron Lawsuit Not Expected to Pursue Lay Estate

As the legal community discussed the court-related impact of Kenneth Lay’s death early Wednesday, a preliminary autopsy on the Enron founder concluded that clogged arteries were the cause of death. Prevailing legal opinion is that his death will wipe Lay’s slate clean in the eyes of the law. History will determine the rest.

July 7, 2006

Likely ’05 Summer Peak Power Shortfalls Dominate CA Energy Action Plan Talks

Forget previously discussed concerns about 2006, it’s the summer of 2005 that’s worrying California state energy officials who gathered to review an update of the state Energy Action Plan last Tuesday. Dominating their discussions were “what-if” questions and proposed contingencies, including everything from mandatory load-reduction programs to accelerated power plant-building and delayed plant closings for older units.

December 13, 2004

Likely ’05 Summer Peak Power Shortfalls Dominate CA Energy Action Plan Talks

Forget previously discussed concerns about 2006, it’s the summer of 2005 that’s worrying California state energy officials who gathered to review an update of the state Energy Action Plan Tuesday. Dominating their discussions were “what-if” questions and proposed contingencies, including everything from mandatory load-reduction programs to accelerated power plant-building and delayed plant closings for older units

December 8, 2004
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