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Report Raises North Dakota’s $100M/Month Question — Flaring

Without dramatic intervention North Dakota’s natural gas flaring — already costing about $100 million/month — is going to get worse even if the percentage of total production flared goes down, as state and industry officials predict, according to a report released Monday by Boston-based social responsibility nonprofit organization Ceres.

July 31, 2013

California Firm, 3M Help Advance NGV Fueling Tanks

What is considered the most costly part of the compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicle fueling system — fuel tanks — experienced some technology breakthroughs from two U.S.companies recently.

February 13, 2013

Michigan Utility Growing System for New Gas Customers

Jackson, MI-based Consumers Energy has experienced a surge of customer interest in its largest natural gas distribution pipeline system expansion in a decade — 36 miles — in Secord Township and three other jurisdictions in the north-central, lower peninsula portion of the state.

January 22, 2013

Talisman Slashes Capex 25% on Weak Natural Gas Prices

Talisman Energy Inc.’s North American production from ongoing operations experienced a healthy increase in 3Q2012, but weak natural gas prices have the company and its new CEO, Hal N. Kvisle, trimming capital expenses (capex) as part of a plan to run a more streamlined operation in 2013.

November 5, 2012

Talisman Slashes Capex 25% on Weak Natural Gas Prices

Talisman Energy Inc.’s North American production from ongoing operations experienced a healthy increase in 3Q2012, but weak natural gas prices have the company and its new CEO, Hal N. Kvisle, trimming capital expenses (capex) as part of a plan to run a more streamlined operation in 2013.

November 1, 2012

Weak Natural Gas Prices Prompt 25% Capex Cut at Talisman

Talisman Energy Inc.’s North American production from ongoing operations experienced a healthy increase in 3Q2012, but weak natural gas prices have the company and its new CEO, Hal N. Kvisle, trimming capital expenses (capex) as part of a plan to run a more streamlined operation in 2013.

November 1, 2012

AGA: NatGas ‘Essential Component’ of Energy Portfolio

The United States has experienced a “transformational shift in the perceived role of natural gas,” as an energy source that 10 years ago was perceived by some as unreliable and scarce, to one that now is recognized as an “essential component of a clean and secure energy portfolio,” providing an opportunity to satisfy new demand at “affordable” prices into the future, the American Gas Association (AGA) said last week.

October 22, 2012

Natural Gas ‘Essential Component’ of Energy Portfolio, Says AGA

The United States has experienced a “transformational shift in the perceived role of natural gas,” as an energy source that 10 years ago was perceived by some as unreliable and scarce, to one that now is recognized as an “essential component of a clean and secure energy portfolio,” providing an opportunity to satisfy new demand at “affordable” prices into the future, the American Gas Association (AGA) said Wednesday.

October 19, 2012
Crimson Eagle Ford Laterals to Exceed 7,000 Feet

Crimson Eagle Ford Laterals to Exceed 7,000 Feet

Improved well results experienced by Houston-based Crimson Exploration Inc. and other operators continue to demonstrate the economic viability of the Eagle Ford Shale in Zavala and Dimmit counties, TX, said Crimson CEO Allan Keel in announcing the company’s latest well results Monday.

September 19, 2012

Natural Gas Price Volatility Leads to 4% Sales Increase for Marketers

Natural gas marketers experienced a welcome jump in sales during the second quarter of 2012, according to NGI’s 2Q2012 Top North American Gas Marketers Ranking, with 16 companies overall and eight of the top 10 — including all of the top six — reporting sales increases compared with 2Q2011.

September 17, 2012
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