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It’s All Coming Out in the (Granite) Wash

Granite Wash, an old-school tight gas play in the Atoka Formation, which extends from the Texas Panhandle into western Oklahoma, has more than a few new shale believers taking a second look — and grabbing acreage where they can.

August 21, 2009

New York Explores Horizontal Drilling in Marcellus Shale

New York Gov. David A. Paterson signed into law last Wednesday a measure that extends the state’s uniform well spacing system to include additional wells and drilling activity, including horizontal well drilling, which he said would lead to greater efficiency in processing well permits, notably aimed at drilling for natural gas in the Marcellus Shale formation.

July 28, 2008

New York Changes Course on Horizontal Drilling

New York Gov. David A. Paterson signed into law Wednesday a measure that extends the state’s uniform well spacing system to include additional wells and drilling activity, including horizontal well drilling, which he said would lead to greater efficiency in processing well permits, notably aimed at drilling for natural gas in the Marcellus Shale formation.

July 24, 2008

FERC OKs Most of CEGT’s Carthage-to-Perryville Pipe for Service

FERC has given the go-ahead for CenterPoint Energy Gas Transmission (CEGT) to place into service the bulk of Phase 1 of its pipeline that extends from the Carthage Hub in East Texas to the Perryville Hub in northeast Louisiana. The start-up of most of the project comes within six months of CEGT receiving FERC approval last October (see NGI, Oct. 9, 2006). The pipe will provide a market outlet for burgeoning natural gas production in North-Central and East Texas and North Louisiana.

April 9, 2007

FERC OKs Most of CEGT’s Carthage-to-Perryville Pipe for Service

FERC has given the go-ahead for CenterPoint Energy Gas Transmission (CEGT) to place into service the bulk of Phase 1 of its pipeline that extends from the Carthage Hub in East Texas to the Perryville Hub in northeast Louisiana. The start-up of most of the project comes within six months of CEGT receiving FERC approval last October (see Daily GPI, Oct. 4, 2006). The pipe will provide a market outlet for burgeoning natural gas production in North-Central and East Texas and North Louisiana.

April 4, 2007

Husky Extends CBM Exploration Joint Venture with Trident

Calgary-based Husky Energy Inc., one of Canada’s largest integrated producers, better known for a portfolio of heavy oil prospects, last week announced a two-year extension of a farm-out and joint venture agreement with privately held Trident Exploration Corp. to develop natural gas from coal (NGC) and coalbed methane (CBM) in central Alberta. The agreement calls for another 120 wells to be drilled over the next two years in the Fenn Rumsey area.

August 2, 2004

Husky Extends CBM Exploration Joint Venture with Trident

Calgary-based Husky Energy Inc., one of Canada’s largest integrated producers, better known for a portfolio of heavy oil prospects, on Tuesday announced a two-year extension of a farm-out and joint venture agreement with privately held Trident Exploration Corp. to develop natural gas from coal (NGC) and coalbed methane (CBM) in central Alberta. The agreement calls for another 120 wells to be drilled over the next two years in the Fenn Rumsey area.

July 28, 2004

FERC Extends Deadlines for Quarterly Financial Reports

FERC has granted a deadline extension for natural gas and electric companies, and oil pipelines to file their first two quarterly financial reports in compliance with a new final rule (Order 646), which was issued earlier this year.

June 28, 2004

FERC Extends Deadlines for Quarterly Financial Reports

FERC has granted a deadline extension for natural gas and electric companies, and oil pipelines to file their first two quarterly financial reports in compliance with a new final rule (Order 646), which was issued earlier this year.

June 28, 2004

Sempra Extends Open Season for Developing Louisiana Gas Storage Facility

A subsidiary of San Diego-based Sempra Energy has extended an open season through June 25 for its developing Pine Prairie salt dome natural gas storage project in Evangeline Parish, LA, which eventually is expected to have 11 pipeline interconnections. The deadline originally had been set for June 21.

June 25, 2004