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Pennsylvania Governor Signs Controversial Drilling Bill

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Corbett signed 29 bills into law on Tuesday, including SB 259, which the state’s chapter of the National Association of Royalty Owners (NARO) has derided as “a kissing cousin to forced pooling.”

July 12, 2013

Democrats Leave Door Open For Safe Gas Development

The Democrats’ national energy platform is heavy on clean energy, but it leaves the door open for the safe and responsible development of the nation’s “cheap, abundant natural gas” reserves.

September 5, 2012

Winter at Door, Utility Opposes TransCanada Pressure Cut

As red maple leaves and frosty mornings herald the onset of heating season in Quebec, distributor Gaz Metro Inc. (GMI) is asking for cancellation of a pipeline safety directive that could make fall extra chilly for French Canadian natural gas consumers.

October 17, 2011

Quebec Utility Disputes TransCanada Pressure Cut

As red maple leaves and frosty mornings herald the onset of heating season in Quebec, distributor Gaz Metro Inc. (GMI) is asking for cancellation of a pipeline safety directive that could make fall extra chilly for French Canadian natural gas consumers.

October 17, 2011

New Investment Bank Targets Alternative Energy, Cleantech

Looking to jump on the “green train” before it leaves the station, a former UBS banker has assembled experts from Goldman Sachs, Citi, Morgan Stanley and Barclays to form Greentech Capital Advisors (GCA), an alternative energy and cleantech-focused investment bank.

July 6, 2009

New Investment Bank Targets Alternative Energy, Cleantech

Looking to jump on the ‘green train’ before it leaves the station, a former UBS banker has assembled experts from Goldman Sachs, Citi, Morgan Stanley and Barclays to form Greentech Capital Advisors (GCA), an alternative energy and cleantech-focused investment bank.

July 1, 2009

100-Year-Old Aquila Near the End of the Road

Colorado regulators have approved the sale and transfer of Aquila Inc.’s utility operations in Colorado to Black Hills Corp. That leaves outstanding only the approval of Missouri officials for the multi-billion dollar, three-way transaction that will spell the end of Aquila and its predecessors, which have served portions of mid America since 1908.

February 19, 2008

100-Year-Old Aquila Near the End of the Road

Colorado regulators have approved the sale and transfer of Aquila Inc.’s utility operations in Colorado to Black Hills Corp. That leaves outstanding only the approval of Missouri officials for the multi-billion dollar, three-way transaction that will spell the end of Aquila and its predecessors, which have served portions of mid America since 1908.

February 18, 2008

People

Newfield Exploration Co. President and COO David F. Schaible, 46, died Saturday following a brief battle with cancer. He leaves his wife Tina and four children. CEO David A. Trice, who will assume the role of president, said Schaible joined the company when it was founded in 1988, and he joined the board of directors in 2002. When he joined Newfield at the age of 28, Schaible was the youngest member of the founding group of employees. He served as executive vice president, Operations and Acquisitions from November 2004 through July. He also served as vice president, Acquisitions and Development from 1995-2004; manager, Acquisitions and Development from 1992-1995; coordinator, Acquisitions and Marketing from 1991-1992; and as petroleum engineer from 1989 to 1991. Before joining Newfield, Schaible was senior production engineer in the Eastern Gulf Division of Tenneco Oil Exploration and Production Co. He earned a degree in petroleum engineering from Marietta College, GA. He also was active in the Society of Petroleum Engineers.

October 16, 2007

ConocoPhillips Departure Leaves AOGA with 16 Members

The decision by ConocoPhillips to pull its membership from the Alaska Oil and Gas Association (AOGA) leaves the lobbying group with its shortest membership roster since the group was formed in 1966.

September 18, 2006
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