Disputes

IHS CERA: U.S. Leads in Govt. Share of Oil/Gas Revenues

A report disputes General Accountability Office (GAO) claims that the Interior Department has been falling down on the job in its collection of revenues from oil and natural gas producers and that those revenues are among the lowest in the world. It also casts some doubt on the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) proposal to raise the onshore royalty rate to 18.75%.

March 19, 2012

IHS CERA: U.S. Leads World in Govt. Share of Oil/Gas Revenues

A Department of Interior (DOI)-commissioned report disputes General Accountability Office (GAO) claims that DOI has been falling down on the job in its collection of revenues from oil and natural gas producers and that those revenues are among the lowest in the world. It also casts some doubt on the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) proposal to raise the onshore royalty rate to 18.75%.

March 19, 2012

Marcellus Gas Inches Closer to Ontario

After a pause to settle landowner disputes along the right-of-way, action is resuming on a pipeline project that will turn the tables on Canadian natural gas exporters by importing U.S. production into Ontario and Quebec.

November 21, 2011

Marcellus Gas Inches Closer to Ontario

After a pause to settle landowner disputes along the right-of-way, action is resuming on a pipeline project that will turn the tables on Canadian natural gas exporters by importing U.S. production into Ontario and Quebec.

November 15, 2011

New York-to-Ontario Marcellus Charge Resumes

After a pause to settle landowner disputes along the right-of-way, action is resuming on a pipeline project that will turn the tables on Canadian natural gas exporters by importing U.S. production into Ontario and Quebec.

November 14, 2011

New York-to-Ontario Marcellus Charge Resumes

After a pause to settle landowner disputes along the right-of-way, action is resuming on a pipeline project that would turn the tables on Canadian natural gas exporters by importing U.S. production into Ontario and Quebec.

November 14, 2011

IPAMS Disputes Interior Report on Utah Lease Sale

An analysis conducted by the Independent Petroleum Association of Mountain States (IPAMS) disputes the findings of an Interior Department report that concluded that the majority of the Utah leases yanked by Interior Secretary Ken Salazar in February should not be reissued (see Daily GPI, Feb. 6).

November 25, 2009

Southern Natural Defends Bid Aggregation Approach

Southern Natural Gas disputes claims by an affiliate of a Houston-based natural gas marketer that the pipeline acted improperly by deviating from the usual approach for aggregating bids in awarding capacity during an open season that closed in August. Southern, an El Paso Corp. pipeline, was accused of violating its tariff and FERC policy.

October 26, 2009

Southern Natural Defends Bid Aggregation Approach

Southern Natural Gas disputes claims by an affiliate of a Houston-based natural gas marketer that the pipeline acted improperly by deviating from the usual approach for aggregating bids in awarding capacity during an open season that closed in August. Southern, an El Paso Corp. pipeline, was accused of violating its tariff and FERC policy.

October 22, 2009

Oregon LNG Project Gets Land-Use Win

The Oregon Land Use Board of Appeals (LUBA) last Friday dismissed a challenge to one of the local permits issued for the development of the proposed Jordan Cove liquefied natural gas (LNG) project and related interstate-connecting pipeline. The appeal dealt with one of three Coos County permits issued to the LNG project — this one being for development of the marine docking facilities.

August 26, 2008
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