A Little Rock, AR-based developer considers its home state to be the top location to build and operate a multi-billion dollar facility to convert natural gas into diesel fuel, according to the Economic Development Alliance of Jefferson County (EDA).
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A former steel plant in Steubenville, OH, is being redeveloped into an industrial park, a portion of which state and local officials say will be used to support operations in the Marcellus Shale.
DTE Energy, Enbridge Inc. and Spectra Energy Corp. have agreed to develop the NEXUS Gas Transmission (NGT) system to move growing supplies of Ohio Utica shale gas to markets in the U.S. Midwest, including Ohio, Michigan, and Ontario, Canada.
FERC on Thursday approved Golden Triangle Storage Inc.’s (GTS) plans to construct and operate two high-deliverability salt dome storage caverns at its storage facility in Jefferson County, TX, and granted the AGL Resources subsidiary’s request to charge market-based rates for the new capacity.
Mainland Resources Inc. reported positive results from its Burkley Phillips No. 1 Well in Jefferson County, MS, in the Buena Vista Haynesville Shale that suggest there is more adsorbed and free gas in place in the reservoir than previously thought.
Following a dispute lasting more than three years with the state of Louisiana, AGL Resources subsidiary Jefferson Island Storage & Hub LLC (JISH) has negotiated a tentative agreement with the state, which if approved would resolve the pending lawsuit between the parties over a disputed Lake Peigneur mineral lease that would allow the company to expand its existing natural gas storage facility.
The former chief of the American Electric Power’s (AEP) Gulf trading desk agreed to pay a $350,000 fine to the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) to settle charges that he directed AEP natural gas traders to submit misleading or knowingly inaccurate information to two Platts’ publications, Gas Daily and Inside FERC’s Gas Market Report for almost two years (see Daily GPI, Sept. 21, 2005).
FERC last Tuesday gave environmental clearance to Gold Pass Pipeline LP’s plan to enlarge pipe facilities in Jefferson and Orange counties in East Texas that will support ExxonMobil’s proposed Golden Pass liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Louisiana.
FERC on Tuesday gave environmental clearance to Gold Pass Pipeline LP’s plan to enlarge pipe facilities in Jefferson and Orange counties in East Texas that will support ExxonMobil’s proposed Golden Pass liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal in Louisiana.