Imported

Marcellus Will Push Back Canadian Gas, Says Bentek

Marcellus Shale gas will push out some gas traditionally imported from Dawn, ON, later this year as new pipeline expansions come online, Bentek Energy LLC said in a market note.

July 18, 2012

Canada 2012: Gas is Out; Oil is In

Canadian producers are riding shale gas technology imported from the United States to complete an about-face in drilling targets this year by switching over to tight oil formations.

January 2, 2012

Canada 2012: Gas is Out; Oil is In

Canadian producers are riding shale gas technology imported from the United States to complete an about-face in drilling targets next year by switching over to tight oil formations.

December 27, 2011

Canadians Plying Tight Oil With U.S. Shale Technology

Canadian producers are riding shale gas technology imported from the United States to complete an about-face in drilling targets next year by switching over to tight oil formations.

December 27, 2011

Cornell Study Counters TransCanada’s Keystone Jobs Claim

A study by the Global Labor Institute at Cornell University counters recent claims by TransCanada Corp.’s CEO Russ Girling that the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline from the Alberta-U.S. international border to refineries in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) region could create as many as 20,000 new jobs.

November 9, 2011

Alberta Government’s Budget Floating on Shale

A rush for liquids-rich natural gas and tight oil embedded in dense rock formations, using shale drilling methods imported from the United States, is bailing the Alberta government out of sinking deeply into the red.

August 22, 2011

California Air Regulators, Utility Spar Over LNG Supplies

San Diego County air pollution regulators are battling California officials over the state’s contention that imported liquefied natural gas (LNG) potentially is raising pollution levels, and they want San Diego Gas and Electric Co. (SDG&E) to do something about it. SDG&E contends that there is no problem and it can’t stop the flow of gas imports anyway.

January 19, 2011

U.S. Shale Gas Inching Closer to Meeting Global Demand

North America’s growing shale gas plays were the key determinant in pushing global liquefied natural gas (LNG) supply away from American shores. But now the gravity of the shale gas bubble is so strong it could pull in empty tankers to take American gas away to Asian, European and other markets.

November 29, 2010

California Big Question Mark for West Coast LNG Plans

California has become an afterthought in the now low-key debate about a liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal on the West Coast of the United States. Twice over the past 40 years of global LNG trade, California has been a focal point for U.S. western imports, and twice high expectations have crashed amid harsh local and state permitting requirements.

September 10, 2009

Current Energy Situation ‘Perilous,’ U.S. Military Leaders Say

Retired U.S. military leaders said that while the dangers of imported oil are well documented, fossil fuels, as well as the nation’s “fragile” electric grid, also pose “significant security threats” to the country and its military mission are “exploitable by those who wish to do us harm,” according to a new report titled “Powering America’s Defense: Energy and the Risks to National Security.”

May 25, 2009
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