New Firm Seeks to Build Gas Storage Facility in Mississippi

D-Lo Gas Storage LLC (DGS), a new entrant in the natural gas storage business, has filed an application to build a facility in the D’Lo Salt Dome underground salt formation in south-central Mississippi.

December 30, 2011

Shale Mania Spreads West to Monterey

A relatively late entrant in the growing national debate about shale formations and how much long-term domestic reserves they bring to the United States, the Monterey Shale in California is an extensive old oil play that some analysts are predicting will experience a rebirth in today’s shale-dominated domestic energy world.

September 13, 2011

California’s Large-Scale Solar Competition Heats Up

An offshoot of the original developer of the 310 MW of solar installations currently operating in the Mojave Desert in Southern California is the latest entrant in an increasingly competitive push to develop utility-scale solar power generation installations in the desert north and east of the Los Angeles Basin. All three major utilities have contracts for a proposed project, any one of which would dwarf any other solar installation now in existence in the United States.

September 17, 2007

Latest Oregon LNG Backers Serious About Being Western Hub

The latest entrant in the competition to site a liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal in Oregon has big plans and a five-year timetable for siting a tolling facility at the mouth of the Columbia River with potential sources of LNG being literally worldwide, according to one of the two principal executives running Oregon LNG, Mohammed Alrai, senior vice president, who spoke to NGI last Friday.

June 19, 2007