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Markey Says ExxonMobil Bid for XTO ‘Raises a Number of Issues’

Massachusetts Democratic Rep. Edward Markey on Tuesday said the bid by ExxonMobil Corp. to acquire XTO Energy Inc. “raises a number of issues” that need to be reviewed in congressional hearings next year.

December 16, 2009

Lower 48 Gasline in Doubt, Alaska Wrestles with Supplying its Own

Giving a nod to robust production growth from U.S. unconventional gas plays and depressed commodity prices, a new report out of Fairbanks, AK, raises doubts about the prospects of a long-haul pipeline to tap Alaskan North Slope gas for delivery to Lower 48 markets.

February 9, 2009

Report Casts Alaska Gasline Doubts, Notes In-State Supply Challenges

Giving a nod to robust production growth from U.S. unconventional gas plays and depressed commodity prices, a new report out of Fairbanks, AK, raises doubts about the prospects of a long-haul pipeline to tap Alaskan North Slope gas for delivery to Lower 48 markets.

February 6, 2009

Energy Bill Easily Clears Senate; President Signals Approval

The Senate last Thursday night passed by an overwhelming majority an energy bill that raises the fuel economy standard, increases the standard for production of renewable fuels and establishes higher energy efficiency standards.

December 17, 2007

Energy Bill Easily Clears Senate; President Signals Approval

The Senate Thursday night passed by an overwhelming majority an energy bill that raises the fuel economy standard, increases the standard for production of renewable fuels and establishes higher energy efficiency standards.

December 17, 2007

KeySpan, National Grid Merger Raises Questions for LIPA

Saying the proposed National Grid acquisition of KeySpan Corp. “raises many important questions and concerns,” the chairman of the Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) on Tuesday said that LIPA will seek to meet with National Grid and KeySpan to discuss various concerns LIPA has related to the merger at the earliest possible date. The United Kingdom’s National Grid on Monday said it plans to acquire KeySpan (see Daily GPI, Feb. 28).

March 1, 2006

Softness Prevalent in Mixed Post-Holiday Market

With the worst of the latest blast of arctic cold having occurred over the holiday weekend and a modest warm-up under way, the cash market turned in a mixed performance Tuesday that was dominated by softening.

February 22, 2006

House Approves Modest Hike in LIHEAP Spending

The Republican-led House on Wednesday passed by a slim margin a negotiated massive spending bill that only slightly raises funding for the Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) in fiscal year 2006.

December 15, 2005

Northern Border Raises 2004 Earnings Forecast on Strong Gas Prices, Pipe Sale

Natural gas pipeline partnership Northern Border Partners LP on Tuesday said strong gas prices and the gain from the sale of a Canadian pipeline stake will push its earnings forecast for 2004 about 10 cents above Wall Street estimates.

January 6, 2005

MMS Raises Estimate of Recoverable OCS Gas by 12% to 406.1 Tcf

Updating its estimates for undiscovered technically recoverable resources (UTTR) underlying offshore waters on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS), the Minerals Management Service (MMS) said last week that new exploration activities in the Gulf of Mexico and in the Scotian Basin offshore Canada have revealed that there is 12% more recoverable gas than estimated in 2000. The MMS now estimates that there are 76 billion barrels of oil and 406.1 Tcf of recoverable natural gas in federal offshore areas.

December 27, 2004
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