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Equitrans’ KY Pipeline Gets Environmental Nod

FERC on Friday issued a favorable environmental review of Equitrans LP’s pipeline project that seeks to ease the capacity constraint in eastern Kentucky that has led to natural gas production being shut in for much of the year in that region.

October 2, 2006

Pipe Companies Spar at FERC for Eastern KY Gas Market

A dispute has erupted at FERC between Atmos Energy and Equitrans — two companies that are seeking to build new natural gas pipelines to ease the transportation constraint in eastern Kentucky that has forced producers to shut in their gas.

September 11, 2006

Pipe Companies Spar at FERC for Eastern KY Gas Market

A battle is raging between Atmos Energy and Equitrans, two companies that are seeking to build new natural gas pipelines to ease the transportation constraint in eastern Kentucky that has forced producers to shut in their gas.

September 6, 2006

Atmos Energy, Equitrans Target Capacity Constraint in Eastern KY

Atmos Energy Corp. and Equitrans LP are pinning their hopes on FERC approving their separate proposals in September to build new pipelines to ease the capacity constraint in eastern Kentucky that has led to natural gas production being shut in for much of the year in that region.

August 28, 2006

Atmos Energy, Equitrans Target Capacity Constraint in Eastern KY

Atmos Energy Corp. and Equitrans LP are pinning their hopes on FERC approving their proposals in September to build new pipelines to ease the capacity constraint in eastern Kentucky that has led to natural gas production being shut in for much of the year in that region.

August 25, 2006

Prices Fall Along with Weather-Related Load

With heat levels starting to ease off in the South and a mild warm-up trend approaching in the Midwest, the diminution of weather-related load was enough to allow prices to retreat across the board Wednesday. Negative prior-day guidance from the screen contributed to the softening effect.

May 26, 2005

Prices Ease, Supply Picture Improves Slightly in EIA’s Latest Outlook

With the heating season now about two-thirds over and with ample natural gas remaining in storage, natural gas prices are likely to ease over the next several months, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) said in its February Short-Term Energy Outlook. However, with crude oil prices expected to remain over $40/bbl through 2006, and with the continuing tight gas supply/demand situation over the same period, Henry Hub prices should remain at about $5.45-$5.75/Mcf annually for the 2005 to 2006 period, the agency said.

February 14, 2005

Prices Ease, Supply Picture Improves Slightly in EIA’s Latest Outlook

With the heating season now about two-thirds over and with ample natural gas remaining in storage, natural gas prices are likely to ease over the next several months, the Energy Information Administration said in its February Short-Term Energy Outlook. However, with crude oil prices expected to remain over $40/bbl through 2006, and with the continuing tight gas supply/demand situation over the same period, Henry Hub prices should remain at about $5.45-$5.75/Mcf annually for the 2005 to 2006 period, the agency said.

February 9, 2005

EPA Asked to Make Proposed Air Quality Rule ‘Natural Gas-Neutral’ to Ease Prices

Citing a nearly four-year crisis in the natural gas market, a group of major industrial consumers on Thursday turned to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for help in ending the runaway gas prices.

April 26, 2004

EPA Asked to Make Proposed Air Quality Rule ‘Natural Gas-Neutral’ to Ease Prices

Citing a nearly four-year crisis in the natural gas market, a group of major industrial consumers on Thursday turned to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for help in ending the runaway gas prices.

April 26, 2004