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Range Resources Offers Well Site for Marcellus Study

The trouble with the argument raging between the gas industry and environmentalists over the impacts of shale gas drilling and production is that neither side has the data it needs to back up its position, the U.S. Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory’s (NETL) Dan Soeder told NGI. That’s about to change, but probably not as quickly as either side would like.

August 30, 2010

Range Resources Offers Well Site for Marcellus Study

The trouble with the argument raging between the gas industry and environmentalists over the impacts of shale gas drilling and production is that neither side has the data it needs to back up its position, the U.S. Department of Energy National Energy Technology Laboratory’s (NETL) Dan Soeder told NGI. That’s about to change, but probably not as quickly as either side would like.

August 18, 2010

GasMart 2010: Climate Change Bill ‘D-E-A-D,’ Says Lobbyist

Two major pieces of legislation are likely to become law before members of this Congress go home for the closing rounds of their reelection campaigns, and neither of them is climate change. “DEAD, that’s D-E-A-D,” is how a veteran lobbyist described the legislation to a Process Gas Consumers (PGC) post-GasMart luncheon in Chicago Wednesday at the same time the latest climate change version was being introduced in the Senate (see related story).

May 17, 2010

Climate Change Bill ‘D-E-A-D,’ Says Lobbyist

Two major pieces of legislation are likely to become law before members of this Congress go home for the closing rounds of their re-election campaigns, and neither of them is climate change. “DEAD, that’s D-E-A-D,” is how a veteran lobbyist described the legislation to a Process Gas Consumers (PGC) post-GasMart luncheon in Chicago Wednesday at the same time the latest climate change version was being introduced in the Senate.

May 14, 2010

Technical Buying Vaults Futures Higher; June Gains 15.5 Cents

June natural gas futures put on an impressive show of strength Monday, but neither short-term traders nor analysts who follow the complexities of technical wave analysis are ready to say the bear has gone into hibernation. In active trading June futures rose 15.5 cents to $4.170 and July added 14.7 cents to $4.271. June crude oil rose $1.69 to $76.80/bbl and the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 405 points to 10,785.

May 11, 2010

Obama Disavows Any Involvement in ‘Pay-to-Play’ Scheme

President-elect Barack Obama Thursday said that neither he nor his office had any involvement in Illinois Gov. Rod R. Blagojevich’s alleged “pay-to-play” conspiracy to cash in on his authority to appoint a successor to fill Obama’s vacated Senate seat.

December 12, 2008

Exxon, Chevron Earnings Soar, Production Lags

ExxonMobil Corp. posted the highest quarterly results in U.S. history Friday, but neither Exxon nor second-largest U.S. producer Chevron Corp. managed to boost their oil and natural gas production levels in the final three months of the year.

February 4, 2008

Exxon, Chevron Earnings Soar, Production Lags

ExxonMobil Corp. posted the highest quarterly results in U.S. history Friday, but neither Exxon nor second-largest U.S. producer Chevron Corp. managed to boost their oil and natural gas production levels in the final three months of the year.

February 4, 2008

NorthernStar Unfazed by Issues Raised in Oregon LNG Plans

NorthernStar Natural Gas Co. was neither surprised nor concerned by reports surfacing late in June that a local planning/zoning review could delay permitting of its proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal along the Columbia River in Oregon. Senior Vice President Joseph Desmond told NGI Thursday he welcomes the critical look at the company’s plans.

July 2, 2007

NorthernStar Unfazed on Issues Raised in OR LNG Plans

NorthernStar Natural Gas Co. was neither surprised nor concerned by reports surfacing late in June that a local planning/zoning review could delay permitting of its proposed liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal along the Columbia River in Oregon. Senior Vice President Joseph Desmond told NGI Thursday he welcomes the critical look at the company’s plans.

July 2, 2007