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More Unconventional Acquisitions Possible, Says Chevron CEO

Chevron Corp. could make a bigger push into U.S. unconventional plays once the acquisition of shale operator Atlas Energy Inc. is completed, CEO John Watson said Friday.

January 31, 2011

Arkansas Hearing Talk of Severance Tax Hike

Former natural gas company executive and Arkansas gubernatorial candidate Sheffield Nelson has said he may push to allow the state’s voters to decide next year whether the severance tax on natural gas production should be raised to 7%.

January 10, 2011

North Dakota’s Bakken Shale Delivering — and Then Some

North Dakota’s oil patch accounted for less than 1% of total U.S. crude oil production three years ago, but today the state is pumping close to 6% of total crude output, thanks to the formidable Bakken-Three Forks shale region, the state’s Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) is reporting.

January 5, 2011

Arkansas Voters May Have Natural Gas Severance Tax Say

Former natural gas company executive and Arkansas gubernatorial candidate Sheffield Nelson has said he may push to allow the state’s voters to decide next year whether the severance tax on natural gas production should be raised to 7%, according to press reports.

January 4, 2011

North American Unconventionals Drive Halliburton Profits

The sustained push to unlock shale gas and oil across North America drove Halliburton Inc.’s profits in the third quarter, CEO Dave Lesar said Monday.

October 19, 2010

Traders Debate Obama Proposal to Limit Bank’s Trading

Commodities traders are wrestling with two questions stemming from President Obama’s announcement Thursday that he would push for legislation to limit activities, including proprietary trading, of the nation’s largest banks. The questions are: No. 1, Can the president get it through Congress? and No. 2, What would be the impact on the commodities market?

January 25, 2010

Traders Debate Obama Proposal to Limit Bank’s Trading

Commodities traders are wrestling with two questions stemming from President Obama’s announcement Thursday that he would push for legislation to limit activities, including proprietary trading, of the nation’s largest banks. The questions are: No. 1, Can the president get it through Congress? and No. 2, What would be the impact on the commodities market?

January 25, 2010

Moeller, State Regulators: Natural Gas Needed to Support Renewables

Given the push for renewable energy to address climate change, natural gas increasingly will play a key role in energy policy in the years ahead, according to FERC Commissioner Philip Moeller and three state regulators from the Pacific Northwest.

January 19, 2010

Moeller, State Regulators: Natural Gas Needed to Support Renewables

Given the push for renewable energy to address climate change, natural gas increasingly will play a key role in energy policy in the years ahead, according to FERC Commissioner Philip Moeller and three state regulators from the Pacific Northwest.

January 18, 2010

Cold Again Propels Gains, But Most Are Smaller

Some light warming trends notwithstanding, next-day heating load remained heavy Wednesday and continued to push prices higher at nearly all points. Sub-freezing lows remained plentiful in the overall forecast for Thursday, and some locations in the Rockies, Midwest and Western Canada could expect to see temperatures again sinking to around zero or less.

December 10, 2009
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