Connecticut residents pay the most of any state overall for their energy, whether it be natural gas, electricity, home heating oil and motor fuel, while Washington, DC, residents pay the least, according to a new report by WalletHub. The Evolution Finance Inc. subsidiary found that on average, Connecticut residents spend $372/month for their energy, whereas…
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Now that the dust has settled from an aborted merger with Hydro One Ltd., natural gas and power distributor Avista Corp. has found solace in lowering its utility costs and finding customer growth in the Pacific Northwest, retiring CEO Scott Morris said during a second quarter conference call.
A ruling by the U.S. District Court in Boise, ID, has turned loose state energy officials to determine the full impact and fate of oil and gas leases that a privately held producer obtained through forced pooling.
The Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is seeking public comment about a proposal to reduce restrictions on oil and natural gas leasing in several western states with greater sage grouse habitat.
Natural gas supply in Idaho is adequate given increased demand-side management (DSM) programs, but some pipelines need to be expanded or upgraded within a few years, according to Intermountain Gas Co.
Idaho’s Department of Lands (IDL) has started the process for the state’s first audit of oil and natural gas wells operated by Texas-based Alta Mesa Holdings LP, the lone producer in a state that realized its first production only three years ago.
A revised bill to rewrite oil/natural gas rules in Idaho may be running out of time as the state’s legislature is scheduled to adjourn on Friday.
With about two weeks left of the Idaho state legislature’s current session, a bill (HB 232) to rewrite oil/natural gas rules hasn’t moved forward, but if it does, the state’s major exploration and production (E&P) company is concerned about a chilling effect on future drilling.
A proposal in the Idaho legislature (HB 232) that emerged Wednesday is aimed at rewriting the state’s oil/natural gas code to accommodate expected increased exploration and production (E&P) activity in a state that has little historic production.