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Pennsylvania Records Indicate Disgruntled Family Still Receives Royalties

A Pennsylvania family that had sued Range Resources Corp. and other midstream operators for allegedly contaminating its property with hydraulic fracturing (fracking) fluids is still receiving monthly royalty payments, according to court-released settlement documents.

August 15, 2013

Small Wyoming Company Has Big Ideas for Flared Gas

Casper, WY-based Moser Energy Systems, a privately held, 40-year-old family-run enterprise, has found a steadily growing market for its natural gas-fueled industrial-grade engines in the hottest of the shale plays: the Bakken in North Dakota and the Eagle Ford in Texas.

June 12, 2013

Nova Bows to Alliance for Liquids-Rich Traffic

TransCanada Corp. has pulled back from opening a new front in regulatory duels with customers of its international family of pipelines. Nova Gas Transmission, the empire’s Alberta arm, has withdrawn an application to the National Energy Board (NEB) for approval of a contested scheme called NEXT, short for natural gas liquids (NGL) extraction (see NGI, March 26).

October 15, 2012

Nova Bows to Alliance in Battle for Liquids-Rich Traffic

TransCanada Corp. has pulled back from opening a new front in regulatory duels with customers of its international family of pipelines. Nova Gas Transmission, the empire’s Alberta arm, has withdrawn an application to the National Energy Board (NEB) for approval of a contested scheme called NEXT, short for natural gas liquids (NGL) extraction (see Daily GPI, March 19).

October 15, 2012

Pittsburgh Council Considers Drilling Ban in City

The Pittsburgh City Council was scheduled to vote Tuesday on an ordinance with questionable legal premises that would prohibit natural gas drilling in the city which is surrounded by the Marcellus Shale.

November 16, 2010

Fastow Affidavits Said to Help Trial of Lay, Skilling, Causey in January

Former Enron Corp. CFO Andrew Fastow claimed in court affidavits that cash payments made to him and his family by one of his former top lieutenants “were paid to us voluntarily and out of friendship, and therefore, were not taxable income.” The affidavits, taken months before he and his wife pleaded guilty to various crimes, may help Enron founder Kenneth Lay, former CEO Jeffrey Skilling and former Chief Accountant Richard Causey as they prepare to go to trial next month, a defense lawyer said.

December 9, 2005

FERC Continues to Probe 12 Key Energy Firms, Enron Family

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission released Thursday a list of 12 major energy companies and a group of Enron-linked concerns that it says are the target of continuing investigations into alleged manipulation of natural gas and electricity prices.

October 20, 2003

FERC Continues to Probe 12 Key Energy Firms, Enron Family

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission released last Thursday a list of 12 major energy companies and a group of Enron-linked concerns that it says are the target of continuing investigations into alleged manipulation of natural gas and electricity prices.

October 20, 2003

TradeSpark to Resume Trading Monday

TradeSpark, one of the Cantor Fitzgerald family of companies which suffered devastating losses in the collapse of the World Trade Center, expects to be open for business “when financial and commodity markets re-open on Monday,” the company said in an announcement Friday.

September 17, 2001

TradeSpark to Resume Trading Monday

TradeSpark, one of the Cantor Fitzgerald family of companies which suffered devastating losses in the collapse of the World Trade Center, expects to be open for business “when financial and commodity markets re-open on Monday,” the company said in an announcement Friday.

September 17, 2001