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Constitution Seeks FERC Approval for Marcellus Pipeline Plan

Constitution Seeks FERC Approval for Marcellus Pipeline Plan

Constitution Pipeline Co. LLC has filed its long-awaited application with FERC seeking approval to construct a pipeline to carry natural gas from northern Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale to Northeast markets, the company said Friday, and Iroquois Gas Transmission has filed an application to build a key interconnect project.

June 17, 2013
North America Onshore Activity ‘Up Overall’

North America Onshore Activity ‘Up Overall’

Onshore drilling activity in the United States and Canada has begun to pick up, with excess pressure pumping capacity “being absorbed ever so slowly,” the top financial officer for Baker Hughes Inc. said this week.

May 24, 2013

Colorado ‘Spill’ Kept in Check; No Major Impact

Colorado state energy officials Thursday night said a hydrocarbon spill in the Parachute Creek area of the Western Slope was essentially under control and there was no apparent impact on the creek, Todd Hartman, a Colorado Oil Gas Conservation Commission (OGCC) spokesman told NGI.

March 25, 2013

EIA: Demand Up in May; Production Steady

Natural gas production from the Lower 48 states during May was essentially unchanged from April, according to Energy Information Administration (EIA) data, while consumption during the month set a record.

September 10, 2012

EIA: Demand Up in May; Production Steady

Natural gas production from the Lower 48 states during May was essentially unchanged from April, according to Energy Information Administration (EIA) data, while consumption during the month set a record.

August 2, 2012

California Natural Gas Outlook Essentially Flat

The power generation and transportation fuel sectors may see substantial gains in natural gas use, but California’s overall natural gas demand is expected to stay essentially flat in the next two decades, according to two recent companion gas reports released by the California Energy Commission (CEC).

June 11, 2012

California Gas Outlook Seen Flat, Except Power, NGVs

While the power generation and transportation fuel sectors could see substantial boosts in natural gas use, California’s overall gas demand is expected to stay essentially flat in the next two decades, according to two recent companion gas reports released by the California Energy Commission (CEC).

June 6, 2012

New York Town’s Drilling Ban Upheld

A judge in New York State has ruled that an ordinance and a zoning requirement enacted last year by the town of Dryden, NY, essentially banning all Marcellus Shale oil and gas activities in the municipality, are not preempted by state law and can remain in effect.

February 23, 2012

TransCanada to Route Keystone Around Sandhills

TransCanada Corp. said Monday it will find a new route for its controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline around the water-sensitive Sandhills area in Nebraska, and to that end, it is supporting legislation proposed in the state legislature to develop a new route for the portion of Keystone that would cross the state.

November 16, 2011

‘Bearish’ Build No Match for Seasonal Rally?

Natural gas futures traders essentially brushed off the bearish news Thursday morning from the Energy Information Administration (EIA) that 78 Bcf was injected into underground stores for the week ending Oct. 28. The injection was at the very top of industry estimates going into the report. December natural gas futures ended up adding 2.9 cents over Wednesday’s finish to close at $3.778.

November 4, 2011
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