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Despite Marcellus Surge, May U.S. NatGas Output Nearly Flat Year/Year

Despite Marcellus Surge, May U.S. NatGas Output Nearly Flat Year/Year

New wells in the Marcellus Shale kept natural gas production there on the upswing in May, but declines in several other areas kept total U.S. production to 81.84 Bcf/d, just 0.3% higher than the 81.61 Bcf/d reported in May 2012, according to the Energy Information Administration (EIA).

August 2, 2013

Pacific Northwest Oil Rail Terminal Plan Approved

The Port of Vancouver, WA, Board of Commissioners on Tuesday approved a 10-year lease with a joint venture (JV) involving units of Tesoro Corp. and Savage Companies for a crude oil rail terminal at the port.

July 26, 2013

Alliance Pipeline Seeks Capacity Commitments Beyond 2015

With most of the pipeline’s original 15-year term natural gas transportation agreements ending on Nov. 30, 2015, Alliance Pipeline is offering capacity on its system effective Dec. 1, 2015.

July 22, 2013
Ohio Court May Review Questionable Utica Lease Agreements

Ohio Court May Review Questionable Utica Lease Agreements

A class action lawsuit in Ohio pending in a Youngstown court could affect property owners attempting to rid themselves of original lease agreements with oil and natural gas operators.

July 18, 2013

Industrial Sector Demand Priming Pump for Prices

The revival of the U.S. industrial sector will be “the most significant driver” to higher long-term natural gas prices, lifted by new ethylene crackers, ammonia plants and natural gas-to-liquids (GTL) facilities fed by stores of natural gas, according to an analysis by Raymond James & Associates Inc.

July 1, 2013

EIA: Lower 48 NatGas Production Up

Lower 48 gross natural gas production during April increased 0.8% (0.57 Bcf/d) to 73.24 Bcf/d from a revised March figure of 72.67 Bcf/d, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) said Friday. In a separate report, EIA said overall April dry gas production set a record for the month, although it was “a small increase” from April 2012.

July 1, 2013

No. 1 Primer for Natural Prices: Industrial Sector Demand

The revival of the U.S. industrial sector will be “the most significant driver” to higher long-term natural gas prices, lifted by new ethylene crackers, ammonia plants and natural gas-to-liquids (GTL) facilities fed by stores of natural gas, according to an analysis by Raymond James & Associates Inc.

June 25, 2013
Industrial Sector Rocketing NatGas Prices Longterm, Says Raymond James

Industrial Sector Rocketing NatGas Prices Longterm, Says Raymond James

The revival of the U.S. industrial sector will be “the most significant driver” to higher long-term natural gas prices, lifted by new ethylene crackers, ammonia plants and natural gas-to-liquids (GTL) facilities fed by unconventional natural gas, according to an analysis by Raymond James & Associates Inc.

June 25, 2013

Natural Gas Cash And Futures Waltz Higher

Physical natural gas prices Wednesday rose on average nationally by nearly 3 cents, and most points recorded gains ranging from fractional increases to a few pennies, while more than a handful of locations experienced small losses. Great Lakes and eastern points managed gains of 2-3 cents, but New England couldn’t escape the grip of a soft power market and it was flat to a penny lower. At the close of futures trading, July had added 5.8 cents to $3.963 and August was up 5.8 cents as well to $3.985. July crude oil slipped 20 cents to $98.24/bbl.

June 20, 2013

Marathon’s Cazalot to Retire; ExxonMobil Exec Taking Over

Clarence P. Cazalot Jr., the majordomo of Marathon Oil Corp. for almost 14 years and a 41-year industry veteran, said Thursday he will retire at the end of the year.

June 14, 2013
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