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NatGas Production Up 5.8% in February, Consumption Down, EIA Says

Less natural gas was used in the United States in February than in the second month of 2015, while production was up, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA).

May 25, 2016

NatGas Output Falls for Second Straight Month

U.S. natural gas production was 2.32 Tcf in February, down from 2.38 Tcf in February 2012, and both marketed production (1.95 Tcf, compared with 1.99 Tcf) and dry gas production (1.85 Tcf, compared with 1.89 Tcf) were down from the year-ago period, according to the Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) latest Monthly Energy Review (MER).

June 3, 2013

NatGas Production Down from Year-Ago Period for Second Straight Month

U.S. natural gas production was 2.32 Tcf in February, down from 2.38 Tcf in February 2012, and both marketed production (1.95 Tcf, compared with 1.99 Tcf) and dry gas production (1.85 Tcf, compared with 1.89 Tcf) were down from the year-ago period, according to the Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) latest Monthly Energy Review (MER).

May 29, 2013

EIA: Marcellus Production to Boost Lower 48 Total This Year

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) expects total domestic marketed natural gas production to increase to 69.8 Bcf/d in 2013 from 69.2 Bcf/d in 2012, and to drop slightly to 69.5 Bcf/d in 2014. Growth in Lower 48 onshore production, driven largely by the Marcellus Shale and other shale plays, will continue through 2014, although it will be offset by Gulf of Mexico declines, EIA said.

January 9, 2013
Alberta’s Natural Gas, Oil Shale Potential Said to Be Colossal

Alberta’s Natural Gas, Oil Shale Potential Said to Be Colossal

After more than a century of production from conventional pools, astronomical volumes still await the new methods of extracting natural gas and oil from Alberta’s shale, according to provincial earth scientists.

November 9, 2012
Oilier Plays Remain Foundation of Rig Count Increases

Oilier Plays Remain Foundation of Rig Count Increases

The number of operating unconventional rigs increased by seven (1%) in the week ending Sept. 14 but was down significantly (140 rigs, or 14%) compared to last year, according to NGI’s Shale Daily Unconventional Rig Count.

September 17, 2012

Shale Making Gas ‘Opportunity of a Lifetime’ in British Columbia

British Columbia (BC) Premier Christy Clark trekked north to see new gas processing and pipeline facilities start work in the resource-rich region where Canada’s western-most province meets the Yukon and Northwest Territories.

July 31, 2012

New Brunswick Proposes Bevy of Oil, Gas Regulatory Changes

Officials in New Brunswick unveiled a list of more than 100 recommended changes to the province’s regulatory framework for oil and natural gas on Thursday, including tougher casing and cementing standards, increased water protections and substantially higher royalties.

May 21, 2012

Shale Plays Continue to Drive Up U.S. Production, EIA Says

Strong growth in the total marketed production of natural gas last year — an estimated increase of 4.8 Bcf/d (7.9%) compared with 2010 — was driven in large part by increases in shale gas production, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA).

May 9, 2012

Alberta Government’s Budget Floating on Shale

A rush for liquids-rich natural gas and tight oil embedded in dense rock formations, using shale drilling methods imported from the United States, is bailing the Alberta government out of sinking deeply into the red.

August 22, 2011
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