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Yinka Dene Alliance Leverages LNG in BC Pipeline Fight

Enbridge Inc.’s hotly contested Northern Gateway pipeline proposal for an oilsands conduit from Edmonton to a new tanker terminal on the northern Pacific Coast at Kitimat, BC, hit another hurdle this week when the Yinka Dene Alliance sent a cease and desist letter, warning Enbridge against trespassing in their traditional territories as the company seeks temporary permits for drilling and tree removal for the pipeline project.

June 28, 2013

Canada’s New Regulatory Way: Quicker, Quieter

Protesters and critics still have a voice but have been stripped of power to stall or kill Canadian oil and gas projects with delaying tactics, confirms the pioneer foray into new regulatory review and approval procedures.

June 3, 2013

Canada’s New Regulatory Way: Quicker, Quieter

Protesters and critics still have a voice but they have been stripped of power to stall or kill Canadian oil and gas projects with delaying tactics, confirms the pioneer foray into new regulatory review and approval procedures.

June 3, 2013

Study: Salt By-Product of Coalbed Production Harmful to Fish

Water from coalbed natural gas production may contain sodium bicarbonate salts at concentrations that can harm or kill fish and other aquatic life, according to a new federal and state study released Thursday.

June 18, 2012

Continued Low Gas Prices Help Fuel Dynegy-Blackstone Deal

In its latest public response to outside efforts to kill its proposed acquisition by private equity firm Blackstone Group LP, Houston-based Dynegy Inc. said Monday the growing prospects for depressed natural gas prices and the accelerated advent of shale gas makes it crucial for Blackstone’s $4.50/share offer to be approved Wednesday by shareholders.

November 17, 2010

Marcellus ‘Important’ for Region’s Revival, Says API Economist

Noting that while there are “important questions” about the environment, it has been reported that the Marcellus Shale could provide enough gas to meet U.S. demand for decades, while creating thousands of jobs, and most important can be developed responsibly, according to John Felmy, chief economist with the American Petroleum Institute (API).

October 12, 2010

Chances Fading for Pennsylvania Severance Tax

Republicans and fiscally conservative Blue Dog Democrats could very well kill the plans of Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell to levy a severance tax on gas produced from the state’s portion of the prolific Marcellus Shale play.

September 29, 2010

Shale Hype Versus Reality ‘Huge’ Uncertainty for Gas Markets

The shale revolution in the United States has created “huge uncertainties” for international natural gas markets that likely will inhibit investments in gas — both conventional and unconventional — and in many renewables, London-based analyst Chatham House said last week.

September 27, 2010

Congressmen Move to Block Weaver’s Cove LNG Plans

In a move that they said would likely kill Weaver’s Cove Energy LLC’s proposal to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal at Fall River, MA, Reps. Barney Frank (D-MA) and Jim McGovern (D-MA) have proposed an amendment to the House Energy and Water Appropriations bill that would ban federal funds from being used to advance the permitting process or in any other way further the project.

August 30, 2010

Congressmen Move to Block Weaver’s Cove LNG Plans

In a move that they said would likely kill Weaver’s Cove Energy LLC’s proposal to build a liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal at Fall River, MA, Reps. Barney Frank (D-MA) and Jim McGovern (D-MA) have proposed an amendment to the House Energy and Water Appropriations bill that would ban federal funds from being used to advance the permitting process or in any other way further the project.

August 23, 2010
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