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Utah Legislators Fight Wilderness Bill

A letter sent to more than 160,000 Utah residents earlier this month indirectly links New York Democratic Rep. Maurice Hinchey to “hostile foreign nations” for Hinchey’s support of the Red Rock Wilderness Act, a bill to designate 9.4 million acres of public land in Utah as wilderness.

January 21, 2008

Utah Legislators Urge Fight Against Wilderness Bill

A letter sent to more than 160,000 Utah residents in the past week indirectly links New York Democratic Rep. Maurice Hinchey to “hostile foreign nations” for Hinchey’s support of the Red Rock Wilderness Act, a bill to designate 9.4 million acres of public land in Utah as wilderness.

January 17, 2008

DOE Will Take Credit Cards and Process Import, Export Applications on the Web

The Department of Energy (DOE) has activated a major E-government initiative that will streamline the federal government’s process for authorizing imports and exports of natural gas, using the Internet and credit cards.

November 17, 2003

DOE Will Take Credit Cards and Process Import, Export Applications on the Web

The Department of Energy (DOE) has activated a major E-government initiative that will streamline the federal government’s process for authorizing imports and exports of natural gas, using the Internet and credit cards.

November 11, 2003

Shell Links Up With Qatar on $5B Gas-To-Liquids Deal

Following on the heels of ExxonMobil’s major LNG supply deal with Qatar earlier this month (see NGI, Oct. 20), a Royal Dutch/Shell Group subsidiary, Qatar Shell GTL Ltd (Shell), said last week that it signed a deal with Qatar Petroleum to build the worlds largest gas to liquids (GTL) plant in Ras Laffan, Qatar.

October 27, 2003

Shell Links Up With Qatar on $5B Gas-To-Liquids Deal

Following on the heels of similar news from ExxonMobil late last week, Qatar Shell GTL Ltd (Shell), a company of the Royal Dutch/Shell Group, said Monday that it has entered an agreement with Qatar Petroleum for the construction of the world’s largest Gas to Liquids (GTL) plant in Ras Laffan, Qatar.

October 21, 2003

Dynegy Partners in TradeSpark, Links DynegyDirect

Dynegy announced that it has become a partner in TradeSpark LP and will link its proprietary e-commerce portal, DynegyDirect, to the TradeSpark system, a multiple-party electronic trading platform powered by eSpeed and supported by Cantor Fitzgerald. TradeSpark also apparently wants to allow its other partners, which include Coral Energy, Dominion, Entergy-Koch Trading LP, TXU Energy Trading and Williams Energy Marketing and Trading, to link their own proprietary trading platforms to the TradeSpark system.

March 18, 2002

Dynegy Partners in TradeSpark, Links DynegyDirect

Dynegy announced that it has become a partner in TradeSpark LP and will link its proprietary e-commerce portal, DynegyDirect, to the TradeSpark system, a multiple-party electronic trading platform powered by eSpeed and supported by Cantor Fitzgerald. TradeSpark also apparently wants to allow its other partners, which include Coral Energy, Dominion, Entergy-Koch Trading LP, TXU Energy Trading and Williams Energy Marketing and Trading, to link their own proprietary trading platforms to the TradeSpark system.

March 14, 2002

Growth of LNG Trade Links U.S., European Gas Markets

The growth of global liquefied natural gas trade because of soaring gas prices in the United States last winter is tightening the linkage between U.S. and European gas markets, according to a new study by DRI-WEFA Inc., a subsidiary of Global Insight Inc. The study “European Gas Supply and Demand: The Outlook to 2025” indicates that European and U.S. gas prices now will be more closely tied together because of the burgeoning global commodity.

October 8, 2001

Growth of LNG Trade Links U.S., European Gas Markets

The growth of global liquefied natural gas trade because of soaring gas prices in the United States last winter is tightening the linkage between U.S. and European gas markets, according to a new study by DRI-WEFA Inc., a subsidiary of Global Insight Inc. The study “European Gas Supply and Demand: The Outlook to 2025” indicates that European and U.S. gas prices now will be more closely tied together because of the rapidly developing international LNG trade.

October 4, 2001
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