Positioning

Phillips 66 Moves to Leverage North American Shale Oil

Midstream and downstream energy giant Phillips 66 is positioning itself to take full advantage of the ongoing North American shale oil boom by inking a number of deals to increase supplies of cost-advantaged North American crude oil to its U.S. refineries.

March 21, 2013

Natural Gas Accepted for Transportation, LNG Leads, Fueling CEO Says

While it is currently straining its balance sheet to accelerate infrastructure buildout, Clean Energy Fuels Corp. likes its strategic positioning to take advantage of what it considers now widespread acceptance of natural gas as the alternative fuel of choice for large trucks and a new national network of fueling stations it expects to be in place by next year, CEO Andrew Littlefair told financial analysts on an earnings call reporting more red ink for the Seal Beach, CA-based firm.

March 14, 2012

Marcellus Boom Boosting Pennsylvania Banks, Report Notes

There are more than oil/gas roughnecks benefiting from the growing boom in the Marcellus shale play; Pennsylvania banks are positioning themselves to share in the rewards, according to a report published in late June by an Arlington, VA-based investment bank, FBR Capital Markets.

July 7, 2011

Obama Touches on Fracking Concerns at Virginia Town Hall Meeting

For the second time in a matter of weeks, President Obama Tuesday acknowledged that natural gas will play a critical role in the nation’s energy portfolio going forward.

April 21, 2011

Natural Gas Vehicle Fleet Business Coming to Northeast

Clean Vehicle Solutions LLC, based in East Brunswick, NJ, is one of a consortium of companies positioning themselves to serve the East Coast market for fleet vehicle conversions to natural gas, providing an “end-to-end” solution for government and private companies to make the switch to compressed natural gas (CNG) that on average will cut their emissions by 30%.

July 19, 2010

Companies Building Natural Gas Vehicle Fleet Business in Northeast

Clean Vehicle Solutions LLC, based in East Brunswick, NJ, is one of a consortium of companies positioning themselves to serve the East Coast market for fleet vehicle conversions to natural gas, providing an “end-to-end” solution for government and private companies to make the switch to compressed natural gas (CNG) that on average will cut their emissions by 30%.

July 19, 2010

Constellation’s Retail Gas Business Buying Cornerstone Energy

Constellation Energy said last week that subsidiary Constellation NewEnergy-Gas Division (CNE Gas) would acquire Cornerstone Energy Inc., further positioning CNE Gas as a supplier to commercial, industrial and institutional customers in North America and giving the company a larger foothold in growing ethanol markets.

March 26, 2007

Constellation Targets Ethanol with Cornerstone Energy Purchase

Constellation Energy said Monday that subsidiary Constellation NewEnergy-Gas Division (CNE Gas) would acquire Cornerstone Energy Inc., further positioning CNE Gas as a supplier to commercial, industrial and institutional customers in North America and giving the company a foothold in growing ethanol markets.

March 20, 2007

Duke’s GasCo Expected to Hit the Ground Running

As Duke Energy moves forward with the spin-off of its natural gas operations, the new gas company is positioning itself to aggressively continue expansion of its pipeline system and develop new growth opportunities within its midstream operations, CEO Jim Rogers said last week.

September 25, 2006

Duke’s GasCo Expected to Hit the Ground Running

As Duke Energy moves forward with the spin-off of its natural gas operations, the new gas company is positioning itself to aggressively continue expansion of its pipeline system and develop new growth opportunities within its midstream operations, CEO Jim Rogers said Wednesday.

September 21, 2006
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