Royal Dutch Shell plc is proceeding with two small-scale natural gas liquefaction units in the transport corridors of the Great Lakes and Gulf Coast regions to provide fuel for marine and heavy-duty on-road commercial users.
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Seneca Resources Corp. is proceeding with drilling operations in the Marcellus and Utica shales, and has established positions in oil fields in Kansas and California, the National Fuel Gas Co. (NFG) subsidiary said Thursday.
Two companies in southwest Mississippi are proceeding with plans to produce and strengthen sand for hydraulic fracturing. The Blaine Cos., which maintains quarry operations in Natchez, MS, is launching Magnolia Frac Sand LLC, a business division that will produce frack sand for Fores Frac Sand LLC, a new division of Fores Canada Inc., and Fores Resin Coat LLC will strengthen some of the frack sand by coating it with resin. Fores is also installing a handling facility and a loading and storage facility in Natchez. Blain is investing $7 million in Magnolia and Fores is investing $27 million in its Mississippi entry. The project is expected to create about 60 jobs in the Natchez area.
Chesapeake Energy has revealed that it is cooperating with a grand jury proceeding and an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) investigation into the company’s Clean Water Act (CWA) compliance at certain sites in West Virginia.
Empire Pipeline Inc. has asked FERC to approve its request by Oct. 28 to begin service on its Tioga County Extension to transport Marcellus Shale production in Pennsylvania to the U.S.-Canadian border [CP10-493].
Even though there is no gas drilling in the state, several New Jersey lawmakers are proceeding with a bill to ban hydraulic fracturing (hydrofracking) and plan to vote March 14 on a resolution urging neighboring states to enact fracking moratoriums to protect the water supply.
Even though there is no gas drilling in the state, several New Jersey lawmakers are proceeding with a bill to ban hydraulic fracturing (hydrofracking) and plan to vote next week on a resolution urging neighboring states to enact fracking moratoriums to protect the water supply.
A Pennsylvania municipal authority has filed a lawsuit to prevent a Marcellus Shale-related drilling project from proceeding until more watershed protections are in place.