Oregon LNG, the liquefied natural gas (LNG) import project proposed for the mouth of the Columbia River at Warrenton, OR, has asked FERC for permission to switch to a bidirectional import-export project and has signed an agreement with Williams’ Northwest Pipeline Co. to expand the capacity of lines bringing Canadian gas into the Pacific Northwest. It is the 14th U.S. project seeking an export permit to cover all nations.
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(The following is reprinted with permission of Jim Willis, editor of Marcellus Drilling News (MDN). Jobs in the shale gas industry were the focus of the first ever Natural Gas Career and Education Expo held at Broome Community College in Binghamton, NY Wednesday. MDN editor Jim Willis attended and published a very interesting account. Unfortunately, NGI wasn’t there, but, thanks to MDN, our readers won’t miss out.)
Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. and GSI Environmental Inc. are questioning a Duke University study that found a link between hydraulic fracturing and increased cases of gas migration in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Cabot Oil & Gas Corp. continues to find drilling success in the Marcellus, Eagle Ford and Marmaton shale plays, and has doubled liquids production and increased natural gas production 37% since 3Q2010, the company said.
Less than three months ago, Norse Energy Corp. ASA was the first company in line seeking permission to drill unconventional gas wells in New York’s portion of the Marcellus and Utica shales.
A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) can’t refuse to give operators permission to drill in the Allegheny National Forest while it conducts an environmental impact study there.
Mississippi Hub LLC (MS Hub) has asked FERC for permission to place into service an interconnect pipeline header and associated meter station that will connect its storage terminal in southern Mississippi with Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line (Transco).
Federal officials have won permission to intervene in a New York lawsuit that would compel a full environmental review of the impact of natural gas drilling in the Delaware River Basin before proposed regulations for Marcellus Shale development are completed.