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Romney Energy Plan Good for States, Wyoming Gov. Says

Already planted firmly on the side of states’ rights advocates in the debate about regulating hydraulic fracturing (fracking), Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead said Thursday he thinks the Republican Party platform and presidential candidate Mitt Romney recognize that the states must play a key role in the nation’s energy policy.

September 10, 2012

Top North American Gas Marketers (Bcf/d)

Despite two years of decline, BP plc remains firmly atop NGI’s 1Q2011 Top North American Gas Marketers Ranking. read more

June 18, 2012

Cornell Researchers Maintain Shale Gas Unsuitable as Bridge Fuel

Researchers from Cornell University last week firmly stood by an earlier claim that shale gas has a larger greenhouse gas (GHG) footprint than conventional gas and oil or coal, and thus would be an unsuitable bridge fuel.

January 23, 2012

Cornell Researchers Maintain Shale Gas Unsuitable as Bridge Fuel

In a paper released Thursday, researchers from Cornell University firmly stood by an earlier claim that shale gas has a larger greenhouse gas (GHG) footprint than conventional gas and oil or coal, and thus would be an unsuitable bridge fuel.

January 20, 2012

Corbett Still Opposes Severance Tax; Might Consider Impact Fees

On the eve of the first meeting of his recently formed Marcellus Shale Advisory Commission, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett remains firmly opposed to a state-imposed severance tax on the natural gas industry, but is open to the idea of local impact fees. And those fees can’t be considered until the local impact of drilling is quantified, a Corbett spokesman told NGI Thursday.

March 28, 2011

Corbett Remains Opposed to Severance Tax; Might Consider Impact Fees

With the first meeting of his recently formed Marcellus Shale Advisory Commission set for Friday, Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett remains firmly opposed to a state-imposed severance tax on the natural gas industry, but is open to the idea of local impact fees. And those fees can’t be considered until the local impact of drilling is quantified, a Corbett spokesman told NGI’s Shale Daily Thursday.

March 25, 2011

No Formula to Duplicate U.S. Unconventional Success, Says IEA Official

Dozens of countries have launched programs to attempt to emulate the successful exploitation of shale in the United States, but it will take more than copying a formula, according to the International Energy Agency (IEA).

January 20, 2011

Up North the Trend Is Still Down

Canadian natural gas exporters are firmly on track — downhill — toward a second straight year of decline in annual sales, according to trade records kept by the National Energy Board (NEB).

July 12, 2010

Canadian Exports Slipping, Prices Soft

Canadian natural gas exporters are firmly on track — downhill — toward a second straight year of decline in annual sales, according to trade records kept by the National Energy Board (NEB).

July 12, 2010

Even With Little Weather Help, Most Prices Up

With springtime temperatures firmly established for most of the U.S. and only a few upper Northeast locations outside parts of Western Canada expected to get as low as freezing Tuesday, the cash market had to depend on the previous Friday’s 16.1-cent advance by May futures and the restoration of industrial demand after its usual weekend timeout in realizing mostly double-digit gains at a large majority of points Monday.

April 13, 2010
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