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Mississippian Lime Lifts Kansas Oil Output

Lifted by prices and successful well tests from an extension of the emerging Mississippian Lime play, oil production in Kansas rose last year, according to new estimates by the Kansas Geological Survey at the University of Kansas. Natural gas production in 2011, however, declined by more than 6%.

May 9, 2012

Foundation Offers Grants to Study Marcellus Drilling

The Colcom Foundation of Pittsburgh, PA, has launched the $1 million Marcellus Environmental Fund to distribute grants to nonprofit organizations “to address the accelerating environmental impact of shale drilling in western Pennsylvania through public education, community engagement, best practices, baseline data collection, ongoing monitoring, land owner guidance and collaborative projects.”

December 27, 2010

Williams Targeting Rockies Production with Northwest Lateral Project

Williams’ Northwest Pipeline system is conducting an open season for its Colorado Hub Connection project through May 31. Shippers can contract for long-term firm transportation service from the Greasewood and Meeker Hubs located in Rio Blanco County, CO, to various pipeline interconnects and Northwest’s existing system to access western markets.

April 30, 2007

Williams Targeting Rockies Production with Northwest Lateral Project

Williams’ Northwest Pipeline system is conducting an open season for its Colorado Hub Connection project through May 31. Shippers can contract for long-term firm transportation service from the Greasewood and Meeker Hubs located in Rio Blanco County, CO, to various pipeline interconnects and Northwest’s existing system to access western markets.

April 30, 2007

Enron Witness Recalls Skilling Saying, ‘They’re On to Us’; Fastow to Testify

Former Enron Corp. CEO Jeffrey Skilling told top executives, including founder Kenneth Lay, “they’re on to us,” after reviewing an investment boutique’s research note that was critical of Enron’s special purpose entities (SPEs) run by then-CFO Andrew Fastow, a witness testified Thursday. Fastow, potentially the star witness in the trial of Skilling and Lay, is expected to take the stand this week in Houston.

March 6, 2006

Report Acknowledges Arctic Climate Changes Could Expand Oil, Gas Resources

Average temperature in the Arctic have risen at almost twice the rate as the rest of the world in the past few decades, according to the latest Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA). Most of the environmental and societal impacts would be considered negative, but the independent group acknowledged that reduced sea ice likely would increase marine access and expand offshore oil and natural gas extraction.

December 6, 2004

Report Acknowledges Arctic Climate Changes Could Expand Oil, Gas Resources

Average temperature in the Arctic have risen at almost twice the rate as the rest of the world in the past few decades, according to the latest Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA). Most of the environmental and societal impacts would be considered negative, but the independent group acknowledged that reduced sea ice likely would increase marine access and expand offshore oil and natural gas extraction.

December 6, 2004

EIA Makes Sweeping Changes to Storage Survey, Will Revise 16 Weeks of Data

Significant differences this year between the Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) weekly gas storage estimates and the actual monthly data it received from all of the nation’s underground storage operators have prompted the agency to plan sweeping changes next Thursday to its weekly survey. EIA also has decided to revise 16 weeks of prior data from July 4 to Oct. 17.

October 30, 2003

Natural Gas Shortfall Expected to Propel Oil Services as Top Canadian Growth Sector

A growing shortfall of natural gas will propel oil and gas services as the top Canadian growth sector through 2004, Bank of Montreal (BOM) economists reported Thursday. Meanwhile, Canadian-based Scotiabank Group’s latest commodity report index noted that declining U.S. natural gas deliverability should keep prices “strong” through next year.

March 3, 2003

Natural Gas Shortfall Expected to Propel Oil Services as Top Canadian Growth Sector

A growing shortfall of natural gas will propel oil and gas services as the top Canadian growth sector through 2004, Bank of Montreal (BOM) economists reported Thursday. Meanwhile, Canadian-based Scotiabank Group’s latest commodity report index noted that declining U.S. natural gas deliverability should keep prices “strong” through next year.

February 28, 2003
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