Forces

Midstream Pair Considering Alberta NGL Pipeline

Calgary-based midstream company Keyera Corp. and Plains All American Pipeline subsidiary Plains Midstream Canada ULC have joined forces to solicit interest in the construction of a jointly-owned natural gas liquids (NGL) pipeline system in northwest Alberta.

April 12, 2013

Drillers, Enviros Shake Hands on Marcellus Certification Process

A diverse coalition of often opposing forces has launched a center to provide producers with certification of performance standards for shale development and established the first 15 standards designed to ensure safe and environmentally responsible development of the Appalachian Basin’s shale gas resources.

March 25, 2013

Drillers, Enviros Shake Hands on Marcellus Certification Process

A diverse coalition of often opposing forces Wednesday launched a center to provide producers with certification of performance standards for shale development and established the first 15 standards designed to ensure safe and environmentally responsible development of the Appalachian Basin’s shale gas resources.

March 21, 2013

Biodiesel Lobby Gears Up for Fight Against NGVs

Acknowledging that natural gas vehicles (NGV) are catching on in the U.S. alternative transportation market, advocates for diesel and biodiesel alternatives are joining forces to promote their fuel’s viability among Washington, DC, policymakers.

January 2, 2013

Cash Gains, But $2.85 July Futures In Sight, Trader Says

Overall cash prices added a dime Monday as weather forecasts, pipeline maintenance and a strong screen combined forces to send prices sharply higher. Northeast points led the charge higher, but Southern California locations were not far behind. At the close of futures trading July had jumped 16.8 cents to $2.635 and August had risen 15.4 cents to $2.565. July crude oil fell 76 cents to $83.27/bbl.

June 19, 2012

Alaska Officially Turns to LNG Solution for North Slope Gas

Last Wednesday market forces officially shifted Alaska’s effort to commercialize its North Slope gas from a Lower 48 pipeline project to an in-state pipeline with gas liquefaction and export capability to serve high-value Asian markets. Along the way to export, some of the gas would be diverted for use in state.

May 7, 2012

Alaska Officially Turns to LNG Solution for North Slope Gas

On Wednesday market forces officially shifted Alaska’s effort to commercialize its North Slope gas from a Lower 48 pipeline project to an in-state pipeline with gas liquefaction and export capability to serve high-value Asian markets. Along the way to export, some of the gas would be diverted for use in state.

May 4, 2012

Strong Northeast, Firm SoCal Counter Overall Weakness; Futures Rise

Physical natural gas values fell at a majority of points on Monday as early weakness in the futures added a soft tone to the market and the market forces of minimal supportive weather and ample if not burdensome storage prevailed.

April 3, 2012

‘Bet the Farm on Record Storage,’ Analyst Says; November Gains

November natural gas engaged in its typical post-Energy Information Administration (EIA) storage report gymnastics Thursday, but traders saw other forces at work rather than the on-target EIA storage figures.

October 7, 2011

J.P. Morgan, Cheniere Partnering at Sabine Pass

J.P. Morgan and Cheniere Energy Inc. have joined forces in the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) market in a deal that gives the gas and power trading house access to regasification capacity at Cheniere’s Sabine Pass terminal in Louisiana.

April 5, 2010
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