Pledges

Obama Cracks Down on Coal, Supports NatGas ‘Bridge’

The White House climate action plan, announced in a speech Tuesday, comes down hard on coal-fired power plants, pledges continued support for the development and use of non-polluting renewable energy and promotes “cleaner-burning natural gas” as a bridge to a clean future.

June 26, 2013

Obama Cracks Down on Coal, Encourages Fuel-Switching to NatGas

The White House climate action plan, announced in a speech Tuesday, comes down hard on coal-fired power plants, pledges continued support for the development and use of non-polluting renewable energy and promotes “cleaner-burning natural gas” as a bridge to a clean future.

June 26, 2013

U.S. LNG Export Plans ‘Little Bit Optimistic,’ Says Shell CFO

Industry pledges to invest a total of up to $450 billion to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the United States are “a little bit optimistic,” Royal Dutch Shell plc CFO Simon Henry said last week.

November 5, 2012

U.S. LNG Export Plans ‘Little Bit Optimistic,’ Says Shell CFO

Industry pledges to invest up to $450 billion total to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from the United States are “a little bit optimistic,” Royal Dutch Shell plc CFO Simon Henry said Thursday.

November 2, 2012

Alberta Government Pledges to ‘Encourage’ Coalbed Methane Production

With the writing on the wall for declining conventional supplies, Canada’s top natural gas-producing jurisdiction has become a convert to coalbed methane, vowing to push its exploitation beyond its prolonged infancy stage.

March 29, 2004

Alberta Government Pledges to ‘Encourage’ Coalbed Methane Production

With the writing on the wall for declining conventional supplies, Canada’s top natural gas-producing jurisdiction has become a convert to coalbed methane, vowing to push its exploitation beyond its prolonged infancy stage.

March 29, 2004

BP’s Browne Pledges $15 Billion to GOM Deepwater Development

BP CEO Sir John Browne said late last week that the company expects to spend at least $15 billion during the next 10 years on deepwater natural gas and oil exploration, development and production activities in the Gulf of Mexico. Speaking at the Houston Forum, Browne said the bulk of expenditures will be spent drilling wells and developing fields that have already been discovered.

August 5, 2002

BP’s Browne Pledges $15 Billion to GOM Deepwater Development

BP CEO Lord Browne said Thursday that the company expects to spend at least $15 billion during the next ten years on deepwater natural gas and oil exploration, development and production activities in the Gulf of Mexico. Speaking at the Houston Forum, Browne said the bulk of expenditures will be spent drilling wells and developing fields that have already been discovered.

August 2, 2002

U.S. Delay Imperils Millennium

An early test is developing of the U.S. government’s declared intentions to help speed up gas pipeline projects, and of pledges by Canadian authorities to co-operate in cross-border projects. After waiting fruitlessly for a year for U.S. partners to obtain approvals, the Canadian Millennium Project has asked the National Energy Board to give it a last chance to stay alive on the Canadian side and wait for U.S. action.

July 23, 2001

Millennium Sponsors Beg NEB to Keep Project Alive

An early test is developing of the U.S. government’s declared intentions to help speed up gas pipeline projects, and of pledges by Canadian authorities to co-operate in cross-border projects. After waiting fruitlessly for a year for U.S. partners to obtain approvals, the Canadian Millennium Project has asked the National Energy Board to give it a last chance to stay alive on the Canadian side and wait for U.S. action.

July 23, 2001
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