Polled

Survey: Shale Development Gaining Popularity

Tapping shale natural gas reserves — even when accounting for the challenges of hydraulic fracturing — is worth the risk, a majority of those polled told a recent survey. And eight out of 10 respondents said they link natural gas development with job creation and economic revival.

December 19, 2011

Survey: Shale Familiarity Breeds Acceptance

Tapping shale natural gas reserves — even when accounting for the challenges of hydraulic fracturing — is worth the risk, a majority of those polled told a recent survey. And eight out of 10 respondents said they link natural gas development with job creation and economic revival.

December 16, 2011

Despite Bearish Storage and Futures, Cash Prices Climb

Natural gas prices made modest gains in most North American markets Thursday, surprising most sources polled by NGI, who pointed to continued bearish fundamental factors and a futures market that showed little sign of rebound.

September 3, 2010

Survey Reveals Public’s Dissatisfaction with Congress on Energy Bill

Two-thirds of polled Americans don’t believe Congress has done enough to adopt a comprehensive energy policy to meet the nation’s present and future energy needs, according to a public opinion survey released last Tuesday by the Alliance for Energy and Economic Growth (AEEG).

May 24, 2004

Survey Reveals Public’s Dissatisfaction with Congress on Energy Bill

Two-thirds of polled Americans don’t believe Congress has done enough to adopt a comprehensive energy policy to meet the nation’s present and future energy needs, according to a public opinion survey released Tuesday by the Alliance for Energy and Economic Growth (AEEG).

May 19, 2004