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EV Energy Partners Stock Down as Sale of Utica Assets Proves Elusive

EV Energy Partners Stock Down as Sale of Utica Assets Proves Elusive

Shares of EV Energy Partners LP (EVEP) took a hit Friday after the company announced net losses for the fourth quarter and full-year 2012, and said it could take anywhere from one month to the rest of the year to sell most of its acreage in the eastern Ohio portion of the Utica Shale.

March 6, 2013

Williams Accord Expands Canada Gas Processing Volumes 60%

Williams has clinched a long-term natural gas processing agreement that expands its Canadian natural gas processing volumes by 60% and opens the door to a growing petrochemical business.

October 1, 2012

Ohio Senate Passes Bill Allowing Drilling on State Land

The Republican-controlled Ohio Senate passed Substitute HB 133 by a 22-10 vote on Wednesday. The measure creates a five-member Oil and Gas Leasing Commission (OGLC) and opens land owned by the state — including state parks but not nature preserves — to oil and gas leasing.

June 16, 2011

Ohio House Passes Bill Allowing Drilling on State Land

The Republican-controlled Ohio House of Representatives passed HB 133 by a 54-41 vote on Wednesday. The measure opens land owned by the state — including state parks — to oil and gas leasing and creates a five-member Oil and Gas Leasing Commission.

May 26, 2011

Leading Oregon LNG Project Can Win Race, Proponent Says

Although it is not a well known name in the energy industry, NorthernStar Natural Gas Inc. aims to be recognizable by the time in 2010 when it opens its proposed Bradwood Landing liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal on the Oregon side upriver about 40 miles from the mouth of the Columbia River at the Pacific Ocean-hugging town of Astoria, OR. The next step is a completed draft environmental impact report (EIR) or an announcement on a major source of LNG in the next two to three months, said Gary Coppedge the firm’s president, during an interview with NGI late Thursday.

July 31, 2006

Leading Oregon LNG Project Can Win Race, Proponent Says

Although it is not a well known name in the energy industry, NorthernStar Natural Gas Inc. aims to be recognizable by the time in 2010 when it opens its proposed Bradwood Landing liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal on the Oregon side upriver about 40 miles from the mouth of the Columbia River at the Pacific Ocean-hugging town of Astoria, OR. The next step is a completed draft environmental impact report (EIR) or an announcement on a major source of LNG in the next two to three months, said Gary Coppedge, the firm’s president, during an interview with NGI late Thursday.

July 31, 2006

Leading Oregon LNG Project Can Win Race, Proponent Says

Although it is not a well known name in the energy industry, NorthernStar Natural Gas Inc. aims to be recognizable by the time in 2010 when it opens its proposed Bradwood Landing liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal on the Oregon side upriver about 40 miles from the mouth of the Columbia River at the Pacific Ocean-hugging town of Astoria, OR. The next step is a completed draft environmental impact report (EIR) or an announcement on a major source of LNG in the next two to three months, said Gary Coppedge the firm’s president, during an interview with NGI late Thursday.

July 31, 2006

LADWP Opens Bids for Long-Term Gas Supplies; Eyes Reserves, Too

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) Wednesday held a pre-bidding conference with four natural gas suppliers regarding long-term supplies of up to 120 MMcf/d, some of which could be transported through the still idled western portion of Questar’s Southern Trails pipeline in California, a LADWP official said during an interview with NGI.

November 8, 2004

Vector Opens New 100 MMcf/d Interconnect with Guardian

Vector Pipeline has opened a new 100 MMcf/d interconnection with Guardian Pipeline, providing Vector shippers with access to Wisconsin markets and new supply via other pipelines. The new interconnect, which is expandable to 400 MMcf/d, is located near Joliet in Will County, IL.

November 8, 2004

LADWP Opens Bids for Long-Term Gas Supplies; Eyes Reserves, Too

The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) Wednesday held a pre-bidding conference with four natural gas suppliers regarding long-term supplies of up to 120 MMcf/d, some of which could be transported through the still idled western portion of Questar’s Southern Trails pipeline in California, a LADWP official said during an interview with NGI.

November 5, 2004
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