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Marcellus Output May Be 1 Bcf/d Already

It hasn’t taken long for the domestic natural gas market to be turned on its head, an Ultra Petroleum Corp. executive said recently.

September 20, 2010

Globe to Be Warmest Ever in 2007, UK Forecasting Agency Says

Coming off a very warm end to 2006, one forecasting firm warns that the world hasn’t seen anything yet. The Met Office, which is the United Kingdom’s National Weather Service, said late last week that 2007 is likely to be the warmest year on record globally, beating out the current record set in 1998.

January 8, 2007

Globe to Be Warmest Ever in 2007, UK Forecasting Agency Says

Coming off a very warm end to 2006, one forecasting firm warns that the world hasn’t seen anything yet. The Met Office, which is the United Kingdom’s National Weather Service, said Thursday that 2007 is likely to be the warmest year on record globally, beating out the current record set in 1998.

January 5, 2007

Seasonal Price Spreads to Widen Again, Says Storage Operator

While seasonal spreads in natural gas prices have contracted, to be sure, it hasn’t hampered the business of at least one gas storage developer/operator, who also believes wider spreads will return, thanks in part to liquefied natural gas (LNG).

October 16, 2006

Seasonal Price Spreads to Widen Again, Says Storage Operator

While seasonal spreads in natural gas prices have contracted, to be sure, it hasn’t hampered the business of at least one gas storage developer/operator, who also believes wider spreads will return, thanks in part to liquefied natural gas (LNG).

October 13, 2006

No Slowdown in E&P M&A Activity Expected into 2007

Volatility in commodity prices hasn’t stopped acquisitive-minded producers from paying top dollar to buy companies and build reserves in the past year. And even with the recent pullback in prices, energy analysts don’t expect to see a slowdown in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) anytime soon.

September 25, 2006

More E&P M&A Activity Expected into 2007

Volatility in commodity prices hasn’t stopped acquisitive-minded producers from paying top dollar to buy companies and build reserves in the past year. And even with the recent pullback in prices, energy analysts don’t expect to see a slowdown in mergers and acquisitions (M&A) anytime soon.

September 22, 2006

Oregon PUC Challenges Cascade Natural Gas Rates

Saying the utility hasn’t faced the scrutiny of a general rate case in 16 years, the Oregon Public Utility Commission Tuesday launched a rate case proceeding for the state’s smallest private-sector natural gas utility, Seattle-based Cascade Natural Gas Co. The PUC said it was taking the action to determine if the utility’s rates are too high for its 51,049 customers in Oregon.

August 10, 2006

FERC OKs Expansion of Still-in-Progress Cheyenne Plains Pipeline

Cheyenne Plains Gas Pipeline, a subsidiary of El Paso Corp., hasn’t even finished constructing its 380-mile line to deliver Rocky Mountain natural gas supplies to eastern markets, and FERC has issued a certificate to expand the system.

October 4, 2004

FERC OKs Expansion of Still-in-Progress Cheyenne Plains Pipeline

Cheyenne Plains Gas Pipeline, a subsidiary of El Paso Corp., hasn’t even finished constructing its 380-mile line to deliver Rocky Mountain natural gas supplies to eastern marketers, and FERC has issued a certificate to expand the system.

September 28, 2004