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Not Everyone is Ready to Sign Appalachian Fracking ‘Peace Treaty’

It was billed as a bilateral effort to ensure safe and environmentally responsible development of the Appalachian Basin’s shale gas resources, but not everyone on the environmental side of the aisle is ready to embrace the Center for Sustainable Shale Development (CSSD).

March 25, 2013
Economist Cites Texas NGLs for Petchem Boom

Economist Cites Texas NGLs for Petchem Boom

Everyone knows “Texas tea” means oil, but in the Lone Star state, ethylene produced from booming supplies of natural gas liquids (NGL) might come to be known as “Texas sweetened tea” for the profitability it’s bringing to the Gulf Coast petrochemical industry.

January 4, 2013

Swampy Shut-Ins Continue in Gumbo Land

Tempers flared Tuesday evening at a meeting in the rural Louisiana town of Pierre Part as the slurry churned in an Assumption Parish swamp, but everyone in attendance was told there was no danger of a natural gas or any other kind of explosion.

August 9, 2012

USGS: Industry Data Helping with Bakken/Three Forks Study

In about 18 months the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) should be able to tell the energy industry, and everyone else, just how productive the Three Forks formation, which lies below the Bakken Shale, might be.

May 24, 2012

All Points Fall Again; Producer: Market ‘Stinks’

A Rockies producer had a pithy description of the current gas market: “It stinks!” Industrial firms that use gas as a feedstock and almost everyone enjoying lower gas bills might disagree, but it’s likely that many others in the gas industry also would prefer a sweeter-smelling market.

January 23, 2012

INGAA Forms Pipeline Safety Task Force

With last fall’s San Bruno, CA, pipeline rupture still fresh in everyone’s mind, the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) said it has rededicated itself to pipeline safety and formed a new executive-level task force.

January 31, 2011

INGAA Forms Pipeline Safety Task Force

With last fall’s San Bruno, CA, pipeline rupture still fresh in everyone’s mind, the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) said Thursday it has rededicated itself to pipeline safety and formed a new executive-level task force.

January 28, 2011

Shale Gas, NGLs Allow Rich to Get Richer, Says Bentek

With higher natural gas liquids (NGL) prices relative to natural gas, a continued surge in output from the gas shale plays and cryogenic gas processing technologies, new infrastructure continues to be in high demand for the U.S. liquids market, according to a report by Bentek Energy LLC.

December 8, 2010

NatGas Oversupply Could Change Worldwide Energy Use

The natural gas oversupply bubble, driven by gigantic growth in shale gas, could spread around the world, becoming a game changer for almost everyone.

October 18, 2010

Gas Market Oversupply Could Change Worldwide Energy Use

The natural gas oversupply bubble, driven by gigantic growth in shale gas, could spread around the world, becoming a game changer for almost everyone, according to Jim Duncan, director for market analysis at ConocoPhillips Gas and Power.

October 18, 2010
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