Intentions

Forest Cuts Capex, Goes Solo in Eagle Ford

Despite previously announced intentions to find a partner to help develop its Eagle Ford Shale acreage, Denver-based Forest Oil Corp. said it has identified a “go-it-alone plan that is attractive to the company.”

July 16, 2012

Forest Plans to Go It Alone in Eagle Ford

Despite previously announced intentions to find a partner to help develop its Eagle Ford Shale acreage, Denver-based Forest Oil Corp. said it has identified a “go-it-alone plan that is attractive to the company.”

July 12, 2012

EPA Rule Seen Straining Gas, Power Infrastructure

With intentions of cutting power plant emissions, last month the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its Cross-State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR). However, an analysis by Bentek Energy LLC says the rule, an addendum to the Clean Air Act, would wreak havoc on on power and natural gas transmission grids if implemented as planned.

August 29, 2011

Bentek: EPA Rule Would Drive Regional Gas Prices Higher

With intentions of cutting power plant emissions, last month the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its Cross-State Air Pollution Rule (CSAPR). However, an analysis by Bentek Energy LLC says the rule, an addendum to the Clean Air Act, would wreak havoc on on power and natural gas transmission grids if implemented as planned.

August 25, 2011

Canada’s Cordova Embayment Drawing International Interest

Fledgling Canadian shale gas development is growing a new wing that is attracting Asian as well as North American investment attention as a supply source with potential to reach international scale.

May 16, 2011

Double Eagle Considering Joint Ventures, Low-Risk Projects

Denver-based natural gas producer Double Eagle Petroleum has no intentions to drill new wells this year in the Catalina Unit of Wyoming, long one of the company’s prized leaseholds. Instead, the junior independent will focus on lower risk nonoperated projects and review some offers to set up joint ventures, the CEO said Thursday.

March 16, 2009

Double Eagle Considering Joint Ventures, Low-Risk Projects

Denver-based natural gas producer Double Eagle Petroleum has no intentions to drill new wells this year in the Catalina Unit of Wyoming, long one of the company’s prized leaseholds. Instead, the junior independent will focus on lower risk nonoperated projects and review some offers to set up joint ventures, the CEO said Thursday.

March 13, 2009

NE British Columbia Development Activity Booming

Canadian natural gas producers telegraphed intentions to continue accelerating supply development on their “near frontier” of northeastern British Columbia by setting a record at the latest monthly auction of provincial drilling rights and adding to the ten-fold increase — from the millions to the billions — in auction revenues year-to-date 2008, compared to the same period last year.

July 21, 2008

NE British Columbia Development Booming

Canadian natural gas producers telegraphed intentions to continue accelerating supply development on their “near frontier” of northeastern British Columbia by setting a record at the latest monthly auction of provincial drilling rights and adding to the ten-fold increase — from the millions to the billions — in auction revenues year-to-date 2008, compared to the same period last year.

July 21, 2008

Enterprise Takes Stake in Energy Transfer’s Interstate Pipe Business

Enterprise GP Holdings LP last week made good on its intentions to enter the interstate pipeline market after announcing two separate transactions that give it a minority stake in Energy Transfer Equity LP and TEPPCO Partners LP. The transactions, which together are worth an estimated $2.8 billion, are expected to increase Enterprise’s distributable cash flow per unit in 2008 by more than 10%.

May 14, 2007
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