Nebraska

Battelle, Catahoula Partner to Combat Ethanol-Based CO2 Emissions

Battelle, Catahoula Partner to Combat Ethanol-Based CO2 Emissions

Battelle Memorial Institute and Catahoula Resources LLC have agreed to partner to manage carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions produced from ethanol facilities in Nebraska.  Houston-based Catahoula, and Allentown, PA-based Battelle plan to investigate solutions for the capture, transport, and sequestration of CO2 emissions from ethanol.The two plan to design and construct several low-cost storage options either…

June 21, 2021
Keystone Oil Pipeline Inches Forward with Nebraska Supreme Court Approval

Keystone Oil Pipeline Inches Forward with Nebraska Supreme Court Approval

The long delayed Keystone XL oil pipeline has advanced an “important step” by winning approval from the Nebraska Supreme Court for its contested Canadian export route, said project sponsor TC Energy Corp.

August 23, 2019

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TransCanada Corp. on Wednesday pulled its Keystone XL crude oil pipeline application pending before Nebraska regulators for a proposed route through the state following the Obama administration’s decision to reject its request for a Presidential permit earlier this month (see Shale Daily, Nov. 6).

November 18, 2015

Keystone XL Oil Pipeline Seeks Pause on U.S. Permit, Pending State Route OK

Facing environmental, political and ultimately market headwinds throughout its years of gestation, TransCanada Corp. on Monday suspended its pending U.S. permit request for a cross-border green light for its controversial $8 billion Keystone XL oil pipeline project.

November 3, 2015

TransCanada Changes Strategy, Will Seek Nebraska Regulatory Approval For Keystone XL

TransCanada Corp. shifted its strategy to get the controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline built through Nebraska on Wednesday, after announcing it will file an application to have state regulators approve the pipeline’s route. The company said it will also drop eminent domain lawsuits and a constitutional challenge over the project.

October 1, 2015

Senate Vote ‘Positive Signal’ For Keystone, Says TransCanada CEO

Following the one-vote failure of the Keystone XL Pipeline in the U.S. Senate, TransCanada Corp. CEO Russ Girling said Wednesday his company is in for the duration to overcome the high hurdles that still exist for the proposed $7 billion, 1,700-mile pipeline project from Alberta to the Gulf of Mexico.

November 20, 2014

Mississippian Lime Earning Industry’s Interest, IHS Says

The Mississippian Lime formation, which stretches across northern Oklahoma, western Kansas and southern Nebraska, is drawing increased industry interest, thanks to cheaper drilling costs and shallower wells compared to North Dakota’s Bakken Shale, according to the “IHS Herold Mississippian Oil Play Regional Play Assessment.”

August 6, 2012

Black Hills to Install Smart Gas Meters in Five States

South Dakota-based Black Hills Corp.’s natural gas utility operations in five states — Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska and Wyoming — are switching customers of Black Hills Energy to smart meters. Earlier in August the installation of new Itron advanced gas meters began.

August 20, 2010

U.S. Energy Development To Take Nebraska-Sized Land Chunk by 2030

The growth in U.S. energy development by 2030 will lead to a loss of habitat larger than Nebraska, regardless of whether cap-and-trade (CAT) legislation is enacted, the Nature Conservancy said in a new report.

August 31, 2009

U.S. Energy Development To Take Nebraska-Sized Land Chunk by 2030

The growth in U.S. energy development by 2030 will lead to a loss of habitat larger than Nebraska, regardless of whether cap-and-trade (CAT) legislation is enacted, the Nature Conservancy said in a new report.

August 27, 2009
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