The federal government wants to keep closer tabs on the “fast-growing” natural gas development in the Marcellus Shale in Pennsylvania and Utica Shale in Ohio.
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Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett is looking for a new secretary to lead the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP), but in a strange twist the outgoing secretary, Michael Krancer, is reportedly on a short list of names to replace a state Supreme Court justice who resigned Monday after being convicted on corruption charges.
Governors last week fast-tracked efforts to makeover statewide fleets with natural gas vehicles (NGV), announcing Friday that more than 100 bids were issued in the 22-state effort, with Chrysler, Ford, General Motors and Honda all wanting in on the action.
Chevron U.S.A. Inc. and EQT Corp. marketing unit EQT Energy LLC have stepped up to be anchor shippers on Texas Eastern Transmission LP’s Texas Eastern Appalachia to Market (TEAM) 2014 expansion, Spectra Energy Corp.’s Texas Eastern said Thursday. The project is intended to deliver more Appalachian shale gas to markets in the Northeast, Midwest and southern United States.
The clock is ticking for the United States to begin exporting liquefied natural gas (LNG) before competitors corner the growing global market, according to Donald Raikes, vice president of Dominion Transmission Inc., one of the companies seeking permission to export shale gas.
Even though northern shale drilling remains in its infancy, the British Columbia cradle of the emerging natural gas source is catching up fast to the traditional mainstay of Canadian supplies.
Texas environmental regulators are planning to launch monitoring of Eagle Ford Shale air emissions some time next year. What has been learned from ongoing emissions monitoring in the Barnett Shale will be applied in the South Texas play, an engineer with the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) told NGI’s Shale Daily.
In the heart of coal-fired and nuclear generation, the southeastern United States, natural gas is moving up fast in the power generation fuel mix, according to Southern Cos. CEO Thomas Fanning, who heads one of the region’s largest utilities.
In the heart of coal-fired and nuclear generation, the southeastern United States, natural gas is moving up fast in the power generation fuel mix, according to the third quarter earnings conference call for one of the region’s major utilities, Southern Cos.
Oil and gas producer North American capital expenditures (capex) will continue to grow next year but not as fast as it did this year, predicted analysts at Raymond James & Associates Inc. The global economic outlook and oil prices will drive spending trends, the firm said.