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Kinder Putting More Straws in Texas Shales with Copano Deal

Kinder Putting More Straws in Texas Shales with Copano Deal

With its acquisition of Copano Energy LLC, announced Wednesday, Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP (KMP) will expand its footprint in Texas shale plays, the Eagle Ford in particular, as it adds gas gathering, processing, treating and natural gas liquids fractionation assets.

January 31, 2013

Encana ‘Cautiously Optimistic’ on Natural Gas, But Liquids Still Focus

Encana Corp. CEO Randy Eresman, whose company is one of the largest onshore producers in North America, said Wednesday the company remains “cautiously optimistic about our natural gas price recovery this year. We continue to see evidence on both the demand and supply front that supports this assertion.”

October 26, 2012

FERC: Natgas ‘Most Prominent Driver’ in Summer Power Markets

The gas surplus and sub-$2-$2.50/MMBtu prices for natural gas will put downward pressure on power prices this summer, and step up the switching of generation facilities from coal-fired to gas-fired, according to FERC’s “Summer 2012 Energy Market and Reliability Assessment” report, which was released Thursday.

May 21, 2012

FERC Report: Natgas ‘Most Prominent Driver’ in Summer Power Markets

The gas surplus and sub-$2-$2.50/MMBtu prices for natural gas will put downward pressure on power prices this summer, and step up the switching of generation facilities from coal-fired to gas-fired, according to FERC’s “Summer 2012 Energy Market and Reliability Assessment” report, which was released Thursday.

May 18, 2012

National Fuel More than Doubles Appalachian Production

National Fuel Gas Co.’s Seneca Resources Corp. more than doubled fiscal fourth quarter production from its activities in Appalachia. This contributed to better Seneca results and for National Fuel overall during the quarter and fiscal year.

November 7, 2011

Southwestern Could Spend Less on Fayetteville in 2012

One year after spending $1.9 billion on capital expenditures (capex) in the Fayetteville Shale play (see Shale Daily, Dec. 21, 2010), Southwestern Energy Co. (SWN) indicated that it would probably spend less there in 2012 as overall gas production and net income and earnings continued to rise.

November 1, 2011

Producers Adjusting to $4/MMBtu, Says Barclays

If it’s wet, it’s hot; if it’s dry, it’s not; $4/MMBtu is the “new normal,” and bigger is still better when it comes to production. That’s the crux of the industry wisdom collected by Barclays Capital analyst Michael Zenker and his team at the firm’s recent CEO Energy-Power Conference.

September 19, 2011

Producers Adjusting to $4/MMBtu World, Says Barclays

If it’s wet, it’s hot; if it’s dry, it’s not; $4/MMBtu is the “new normal” and bigger is still better when it comes to production. That’s the crux of the industry wisdom collected by Barclays Capital analyst Michael Zenker and his team at the firm’s recent CEO Energy-Power Conference.

September 15, 2011

Copano Growing Eagle Ford Liquids Capability

Copano Energy LLC plans to increase capacity to handle natural gas liquids (NGL) associated with growing gas production from the Eagle Ford Shale in South Texas, the midstream company said.

January 19, 2011

Encana Throttling Back, but Still Keen on Gas Factory Approach

Using the experience it gained in the unconventional gas fields of the Piceance Basin in Colorado, and the Montney and Horn River shale plays in British Columbia, Encana Corp. has begun to advance its “gas factory” approach in the Haynesville Shale, where it holds more than 430,000 net acres spread across Louisiana and East Texas.

October 21, 2010
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