NGI Correspondent and Renowned Canadian Energy Journalist Gordon Jaremko Remembered

NGI Correspondent and Renowned Canadian Energy Journalist Gordon Jaremko Remembered

Journalist Gordon Michael Jaremko, who was Natural Gas Intelligence’s Canadian correspondent for nearly 40 years, has died. He was 76. Jaremko, who died Nov. 28, was long recognized as the dean of Canadian oil and gas  journalism. He spent decades working at some of Canada’s largest newspapers and energy magazines, as well as writing and…

December 4, 2023

Memorial Production, Bonanza Creek to File For Bankruptcy

The downturn having taken its toll, two more exploration and production (E&P) companies — Memorial Production Partners LP and Bonanza Creek Energy Inc. — have announced plans to restructure and seek bankruptcy protection.

December 23, 2016

Louisiana’s Terryville Complex ‘On Par With, if Not Superior’ to Appalachia, Analysts Say

Investors looking for an alternative to the much celebrated Appalachian Basin might turn their gaze to North Louisiana and the Cotton Valley Sands formation’s Terryville Complex, where the acreage and plans of newly public Memorial Resource Development (MRD) have analysts talking about “potentially superior” returns.

July 8, 2014

EPA Plans Rule on Reporting of Fracking Chemicals

The Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) Thursday said it plans to develop a proposed rule requiring companies who make chemical substances and mixtures used in hydraulic fracturing (fracking) to report data on the chemicals.

July 12, 2013

Chesapeake Ends on Slightly Positive Note — Maybe

With six weeks of discouraging news trailing behind it, Chesapeake Energy Corp. managed to get away for the three-day Memorial Day weekend with things looking a tad brighter — in some corners, perhaps. The stock price got a gentle nudge on the news that activist shareholder Carl Icahn is now one of the biggest shareholders, and some analysts now think that the stock price may have hit a bottom.

May 28, 2012

DRBC Flexing Newfound Regulatory Muscle, Analyst Says

When it issued proposed rules that would allow natural gas development projects — with conditions — in affected areas of the Marcellus Shale last month, the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) was flexing muscles it hasn’t used before in its 50-year history, according to Philadelphia-based law firm Blank Rome LLP.

January 25, 2011

Ken Lay’s Death Puts Convictions, Lawsuits in Doubt

Memorial services for the enigma that was Kenneth Lay, 64, founder of the bankrupt Enron Corp., were to be held Sunday in Aspen, CO, where he died early last Wednesday, and in Houston this coming Wednesday. Lay, regarded by some as a good friend, devoted to his family and a leading supporter of the Houston community, was seen by others as among the worst of the robber barons, enriching himself while leaving some Enron pension and shareholders penniless. Prevailing legal opinion is that his death before he had a chance to appeal his conviction will wipe his slate clean in the eyes of the law. History will determine the rest.

November 19, 2007

Bears Sweep the Week; Traders Eye Breakout Lower

Traders who cut away early to start the Memorial Day weekend might be surprised when they get back as June natural gas futures dropped significantly lower Friday, recording a low of $7.525 before settling at $7.640, down 4.1 cents from Thursday and 30.4 cents lower than the previous Friday’s close.

May 29, 2007

Western Plunges Lead Overall Rout in Weekend Market

It was an easy call to predict lower prices for the low-demand Memorial Day weekend, so nobody got caught by surprise Friday when an across-the-board dive swept the market. No point fell less than 20 cents, and western declines tended to be significantly larger than that.

May 29, 2001

Transportation Notes

Due to expected high storage injections over the Memorial Dayweekend, Columbia Gas Transmission is not accepting SIT or ISSinjections, imbalance paybacks or Maximum Daily Injection Quantityoverruns today through Monday. Upstream affiliate Columbia Gulf,which has no storage facilities, said Thursday it is not acceptingany payback gas through June 30. The pipe is finishing pigging oflaterals and preparing to begin mainline pigging operations, aspokesman said, so it wants to avoid any problems with excesssupplies.

May 28, 1999
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