The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection has finalized the process it will use for encouraging and reviewing proposals to use mine-influenced water, such as acid mine drainage, in oil and gas extraction operations from shale formations.
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The New York Independent System Operator (NY-ISO) expects to operate “in an environment of expanded dependency on natural gas-fired generation, renewable generation and retirements of less efficient generation” over the next five years, the electricity grid operator said in its 2013-2017 Strategic Plan.
The Regulatory Commission of Alaska (RCA) has granted a certificate of public convenience and a construction permit to PTE Pipeline LLC (PTEP) to construct and operate a condensate pipeline connecting Point Thomson production facilities with BP plc’s Badami Pipeline on the North Slope.
Tervita Corp., a Calgary-based environmental and energy services company, has been selected to build and operate a facility in Carroll County, OH, to treat Chesapeake Energy Corp.’s produced and tophole drilling water from its Utica Shale operations, the companies said.
North American onshore spending in 2013 is forecast to be dominated by Big Oil, international oil companies (IOC) and national oil companies (NOC), according to the latest annual review by Barclays Capital.
Northern Natural Gas pipeline has asked FERC for authorization to construct and operate facilities to offload liquefied natural gas (LNG) at its peak-shaving facility in Hancock County, IA, to respond more quickly in the event of outage emergencies, heightened demand and required maintenance, as well as to provide LNG liquefaction and delivery services to third parties on an interruptible basis.
TransCanada Corp. Mexican subsidiary Transportadora de Gas Natural del Noroeste, was awarded the contract to build, own and operate the El Oro-to-Mazatlan Pipeline (Mazatlan Pipeline) in Mexico by Mexico’s Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE).
Mexican state-owned electric utility Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) chose a unit of Sempra International to construct, own and operate a 500-mile, $1 billion pipeline network to deliver gas to power plants in the northwestern Mexico states of Sonora and Sinaloa. It’s the latest in multiple projects intended to meet growing demand for gas in Mexico, particularly for power generation.
Mexican state-owned electric utility Comision Federal de Electricidad (CFE) chose a unit of Sempra International to construct, own and operate a 500-mile, $1 billion pipeline network to deliver gas to power plants in the northwestern Mexico states of Sonora and Sinaloa.