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U.S. Cuts Another 30 Rigs; About 400 to Be Bottom, Analysts Say

U.S. Cuts Another 30 Rigs; About 400 to Be Bottom, Analysts Say

North American energy patch retrenchment continued with the withdrawal of 50 rigs from service in the United States and Canada, according to the Baker Hughes Inc. tally released Friday (Feb. 12).

February 12, 2016
Chesapeake’s Dixon, Three Execs ‘to Pursue Other Opportunities’

Chesapeake’s Dixon, Three Execs ‘to Pursue Other Opportunities’

Chesapeake Energy Corp.’s long-time COO Steve Dixon, who was named interim CEO in April and held the post until mid-June, left the company Monday with three other top executives, according to a memo sent to employees by CEO Doug Lawler.

August 14, 2013

Williams ‘Marcellus/Utica or Bust’ Strategy Pressuring Pipeline Unit

Energy infrastructure giant Williams, whose pipeline partnership holds a bundle of huge natural gas and liquids operations in the Northeast, expects to see “full ethane rejection” through 2015, which will lead to “near-term headwinds” for the unit, CEO Alan Armstrong said Wednesday.

May 9, 2013

ExxonMobil Takes Heat on Arkansas Oil Spill

An ExxonMobil Corp. oil pipeline spill late last month in Mayflower, AR, has left many questions in its wake for regulators and state officials about what the accident may mean for future pipeline projects from, including the controversial Keystone XL project that would carry oilsands crude to Gulf Coast markets.

April 8, 2013

Industry Brief

After more than 17 years of trading for Morgan Stanley, TeamLevine has left the global financial services firm to form the independent brokerage, Powerhouse. Based in Washington, DC, the new company works with clients to protect profit margins and grow their business by designing and implementing hedging strategies, while focusing on price risk management using energy futures and related financial instruments. Powerhouse says its clients represent nearly all sectors of the energy supply chain, from producers to downstream distributors and retailers. Customers include gasoline marketers seeking to protect retail margins, diesel fuel distributors offering fixed and capped prices, and energy users who worry that the latest headline will affect their fuel bill. Powerhouse also serves natural gas marketers and electric utilities with risk from energy price uncertainty. Team Levine members Alan H Levine, Elaine E. Levin, David A. Thompson and Brendan Burke began trading as Powerhouse in January, and the brokerage added its hundredth new account in February. “Reactions from the marketplace have been overwhelmingly positive. As an independent firm, we can be more nimble, and offer more highly tailored services and support to our customers,” said Levin, president of Powerhouse. “This is especially important given recent volatility in gasoline prices.” The Powerhouse team, with 80 years of experience in the energy marketplace, is led by Chairman and CEO Levine, who has expertise in petroleum and natural gas pricing, transportation and supply in world energy markets. Levine was part of the group that initiated the heating oil contract for Nymex in 1977-1978. The company can be contacted at info@powerhouseTL.com or by phone at (202) 333-5380.

March 18, 2013

Economist: Pipeline Network Failing Canadian Oil Industry

If left unaddressed, pipeline shortfalls will put Canada’s oil industry at risk and will have “substantial negative impact” on the country’s economy, according to a report issued by the Canada West Foundation (CWF).

February 14, 2013

Colorado County (Again) Extends Permit Moratorium

The Boulder County, CO, commission on Tuesday formally extended a moratorium on new oil and natural gas drilling permits to June 10. However, the commission left the door open to lifting the ban earlier if the county’s new drilling rules are in place.

February 7, 2013

Physical, Futures Prices Dance Lower

No points were left untouched Thursday as overall cash prices tumbled on average 13 cents. The Northeast suffered not only from a moderate weather outlook but also the arrival of copious quantities of liquefied natural gas (LNG) that entered the market.

December 14, 2012

ANGA: Lame Duck Congress Has NatGas On Its Plate

The election may have left the balance of power in Washington basically unchanged, but the lame duck Congress, which convened this week, may turn out to be not so lame, and the outlook for natural gas interests on Capitol Hill is good, according to Regina Hopper, CEO of America’s Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA).

November 19, 2012

ANGA: Natural Gas on Agenda for Lame Duck Congress

The election may have left the balance of power in Washington basically unchanged, but the lame duck Congress, which convened this week, may turn out to be not so lame, and the outlook for natural gas interests on Capitol Hill is good, according to Regina Hopper, CEO of America’s Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA).

November 19, 2012
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