Chesapeake Energy Corp. transferred nearly 1,100 oil and natural gas leases in and around an underground natural gas storage field in Columbiana County, OH, to Hilcorp Energy Co. in February.
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A citizens group opposed to gas drilling within the city of Dallas is rounding up supporters to attend a City Plan Commission meeting Thursday at which commissioners are expected to reconsider a previous denial of permits to drill that are being sought by Trinity East Energy LLC.
National Fuel Gas Supply Corp. in separate filings has asked FERC for permission to create new pooling points on its Appalachian system and has asked to enhance natural gas storage service by decoupling injection and withdrawal rights from storage capacity rights.
National Fuel Gas Supply Corp. in separate filings has asked FERC for permission to create new pooling points on its system and to enhance gas storage service by decoupling injection and withdrawal rights from storage capacity rights.
Dallas-based Mesa Energy Holdings Inc. has leased 1,525 net acres in Garfield and Major counties, OK, and has closed on a farmout agreement with Twenty/Twenty Oil & Gas Inc. covering 1,720 net acres that are held by production.
Chesapeake Energy Corp.’s stock price may have reached its bottom, an energy analyst said Friday. However, things may heat up in the coming days after activist shareholder Carl Icahn revealed late Friday that his firm now owns a 7.6% stake in the company — and he wants four board members replaced.
Williams Partners LP on Monday agreed to pay $2.5 billion to buy Caiman Energy’s midstream business, giving it a much bigger footprint in the natural gas liquids (NGL) portion of the Marcellus Shale in northern West Virginia, southwestern Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio. The two companies also are teaming up to build a midstream business in the Utica Shale.
Devon Energy Corp. said increased production and higher prices for natural gas liquids (NGLs) helped the company earn $1 billion during 3Q2011 as it continues to look for a joint venture (JV) partner to help develop five of its emerging assets.
Based on filings that Xcel Energy’s Colorado utility made Tuesday with state regulators, retail natural gas and electricity customers will decrease in the third quarter beginning July 1, compared to the second quarter this year. If approved by the Colorado Public Utilities Commission (PUC), the lower rates will stay in effect through Sept. 30.
The Oregon Public Utility Commission (PUC) on Tuesday approved a substantial decrease in retail natural gas utility rates, effective Sunday, following earlier filings by Portland-based NW Natural for a 16% rate drop, its lowest rates in five years, and similar large decreases for the state’s two other major private-sector gas utilities — Spokane, WA-based Avista Utilities and Seattle-based Cascade Natural Gas Co.