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ETP Not Caving on Pleas to Halt Dakota Access Construction

Energy Transfer Partners LP (ETP) said Tuesday it was not halting construction of the $3.8 billion Dakota Access Pipeline LLC system in North Dakota, countering a statement reportedly by the Obama administration indicating that building would be voluntarily halted.

November 9, 2016
Onshore Crude May Temper Alaska, GOM Shut-Ins

Onshore Crude May Temper Alaska, GOM Shut-Ins

Maintenance work on two platforms in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) and on a project shutting in some crude oil in Alaska may halt temporarily the growth in U.S. crude oil supplies, but onshore volumes should help alleviate the shortfall, according to energy analytics provider Genscape Inc.

June 7, 2013

Would-Be Dallas Driller to Take Fight to Council

Following a second vote by the City of Dallas Plan Commission to deny Trinity East Energy LLC permission for three drill sites within the city limits, Trinity East Energy LLC said it will seek to persuade a super-majority of the 15-member Dallas City Council to grant the permits.

March 25, 2013

Appeals Court Rejects Attempt to Block MARC I Hub Project

A federal appeals court on Tuesday denied a petition by environmental groups seeking to halt construction of a natural gas pipeline that would traverse three counties in the heart of Marcellus Shale country in northern Pennsylvania.

June 13, 2012

Another Colorado Town Halts Oil/Gas Development

Elected officials in a third town in Colorado, Erie, on Wednesday night adopted a six-month moratorium on oil/gas development on an emergency basis, making the halt effective immediately.

March 9, 2012

On Pit Rule, Court Sides with New Mexico Producers

A state district judge in New Mexico last week handed the state’s oil and gas industry a new year’s present, putting a halt to legal appeals of ongoing industry efforts to revise rules for handling drilling and production waste, the so-called “pit rule.”

January 16, 2012

New Mexico Court Sides with Producers on ‘Pit Rule’

A state district judge in New Mexico Tuesday handed the state’s oil/gas industry an early new year’s present, putting a halt to legal appeals of ongoing industry efforts to revise rules for handling drilling and production waste, the so-called “pit rule.” An Oil Conservation Commission hearing on the industry efforts is now scheduled for Jan. 23 in Santa Fe.

January 13, 2012

New Mexico Court Halts Legal Appeals on ‘Pit Rule’

A state district judge in New Mexico Tuesday handed the state’s oil/gas industry an early new year’s present, putting a halt to legal appeals of ongoing industry efforts to revise rules for handling drilling and production waste, the so-called “pit rule.” An Oil Conservation Commission hearing on the industry efforts is now scheduled for Jan. 23 in Santa Fe.

January 13, 2012

Colorado City Told Fracking Ban Not Possible

Officials from one of two Colorado cities to halt hydraulic fracturing (fracking) within its boundaries, Commerce City, heard from a panel of experts that a permanent ban against the oil/gas industry drilling technology is not possible, and besides, the state already closely regulates the practice.

January 13, 2012

Vandalism, Thefts Halt New Brunswick Tests

Southwestern Resources Canada, a Southwestern Energy Co. (SWN) subsidiary, has decided to halt seismic testing in New Brunswick earlier than expected to protect its workers after a wave of thefts, vandalism and protests in the province by opponents of hydraulic fracturing (fracking).

August 29, 2011
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