A pair of approvals by FERC last week, as well as plans announced by GDF SUEZ Mexico, could help extend the reach of natural gas pipelines — and the market for gas produced in the United States — in Mexico.
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NatGas Expansion Bill Approved by Pennsylvania Senate
A pair of bills designed to make natural gas service available to more consumers in Pennsylvania has been approved by the state’s Senate and moved to the House of Representatives for consideration.
Pennsylvania Bills Would Expand NatGas Service in Heart of Marcellus
A pair of bills designed to tap “affordable natural gas in the MarcellusShale” and bring gas service to more consumers in Pennsylvania has been approved by the state’s Senate and moved to the House of Representatives for consideration.
CGT Seeks Regulatory Approval for Pair of Marcellus Projects
Columbia Gas Transmission Corp. (CGT), a NiSource Inc. subsidiary, has applied for FERC approval of a pair of projects designed to collectively increase the company’s transportation capacity out of the Marcellus Shale by an additional 444,000 Dth/d.
Senate Bill Would Give States Gas Storage Authority
A pair of U.S. senators from Kansas has renewed that state’s efforts to shift the responsibility for monitoring some underground natural gas storage facilities from the federal government to states, saying the modification would help avoid accidents at such facilities.
Pennsylvania Bills Would Extend Natural Gas In-State Service
Two key legislators in the Pennsylvania General Assembly introduced a pair of bills on Wednesday designed to make natural gas service available to more consumers in the state.
Attorneys: Challenges Ahead, But Fracking Coming to New York
A pair of attorneys with extensive knowledge of New York’s regulatory, business and geological climates said the rules proposed by the state Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) governing high-volume hydraulic fracturing (HVHF) won’t hamper development of the state’s shale plays, and they believe permits will be issued soon.
Seneca Resources Shifting Marcellus Rigs to Run on LNG
In a pair of deals announced Thursday, Seneca Resources Corp., the exploration and production unit of National Fuel Gas Co., laid out plans to continue shifting its Marcellus Shale drilling rigs from diesel fuel to liquefied natural gas (LNG).
Ohio Bills Call for Full Disclosure on Drilling Chemicals
Two legislators in Ohio, well-known foes of shale development, have introduced a pair of bills designed to reverse a gag order that they say prevents medical personnel from doing their jobs as it relates to providing chemical information about hydraulic fracture (frack) fluids.
Rice University Launches Academic-Industry Research Initiative
Houston’s Rice University, a longtime locus of energy research, has formed the Energy and Environment Initiative (E2I), which will pair university researchers with the city’s energy industry leaders to make the most of hydrocarbons while preparing for a future of alternative energy sources.