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Pittsburgh Drilling Proposals Advance to Planning Commission

The Pittsburgh City Council has referred a series of proposed amendments, which would create “mineral extraction districts” and possibly open the city to at least limited Marcellus Shale drilling, to the city’s planning commission.

October 8, 2012

Analyst Sees Shale Gas ‘Learning Curve’ Unfolding in California

There is no doubt that shale gas will be a factor in future natural gas supply forecasts, but how big the role that turns out to be is still uncertain as a “huge learning curve” accelerates, a lead gas analyst at the California Energy Commission (CEC) told NGI last Friday.

May 17, 2011

Northeast Dives at Odds With General Firmness

Subfreezing lows will be left in the wake of an icy coastal storm moving out to sea, but Northeast residents will no doubt welcome the chance to finish cleaning up in relatively dry conditions after the devastating blizzards in the middle of last week. Thus Northeast citygates took nearly all of Tuesday’s price hits ranging from about 40 cents to the $1.50 area (the Florida citygate chipped in with a loss of about a nickel).

January 19, 2011

Rally No More? Futures Fall Near $4

June natural gas futures crashed hard to finish the week, which casts doubt on the impetus behind the rally of the last two weeks. Some traders said the swift retreat shows that the rally was less driven by fundamentals and more fund-driven, which calls into question the reports during the week of the sizeable open interest position held by the United States Natural Gas Fund (UNG). Front-month natural gas closed at $4.098 on Friday, down 19.4 cents from Thursday and 21.3 cents lower than the previous week’s finish.

May 18, 2009

Experts Say LNG Tide to Hit East Coast First

There’s no doubt among executives in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) business that a wave of imports is heading for U.S. terminals later this year. And while the U.S. is the market of last choice for global LNG producers, some terminals offer a richer netback than others, namely those on the East Coast, speakers at a Houston conference said Thursday.

March 2, 2009

Repeal of Seven-Year Reinspection Rule Gets Chilly House Reception

Chairman Rick Boucher (D-VA) of the House Energy and Air Quality Subcommittee Wednesday expressed doubt about a proposal that calls on Congress to repeal the mandatory requirement for natural gas pipelines to reinspect their systems every seven years.

March 13, 2008

Gros Cacouna Back in LNG Hunt After Gazprom Changes Plans

The future of the Gros Cacouna liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Quebec has been cast into doubt by a decision by OAO Gazprom to cancel what would have been the terminal’s key source of LNG.

February 11, 2008

Gazprom Cancellation Puts Gros Cacouna Back in LNG Hunt

The future of the Gros Cacouna liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Quebec has been cast into doubt by a decision by OAO Gazprom to cancel what would have been the terminal’s key source of LNG.

February 8, 2008

Federal Unit: Something ‘Fishy’ in Oregon LNG Plans

In a letter from one federal agency to another earlier in January, doubt was cast over NorthernStar Natural Gas’s plans for building a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal along the Columbia River in Oregon and it stirred local news coverage. However, the project backers said they aren’t concerned about it.

January 28, 2008

Federal Fisheries Unit Questions Oregon LNG Plans

In a letter from one federal agency to another earlier in January, doubt was cast over NorthernStar Natural Gas’s plans for building a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal along the Columbia River in Oregon and it stirred local news coverage. However, the project backers said they aren’t concerned about it.

January 23, 2008
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