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Key Drilling Ban Cases Heating Up in New York Courts

Supporters and opponents of shale development in New York State will get their day in court on Thursday, when a state appellate court in Albany takes on two key cases that could ultimately decide how much power municipal governments may wield in regulating oil and natural gas activities.

March 21, 2013

U.S. Onshore Still Tops for Investment, Says Tudor

The onshore United States “remains the No. 1 place for investment” and the likelihood for future deal making “remains high,” according to Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. (TPH) CEO Bobby Tudor.

September 26, 2012

New York Fracking Decision on Hold Pending Health Impact Analysis

New York Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Joseph Martens has rejected a call to conduct an independent review of the public health impacts of high-volume hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and instead asked the New York State Health commissioner to assess DEC’s health impact analysis to determine whether to permit fracking in the state.

September 24, 2012

Natural Gas Trumps Politics, Say Industry Execs

Market dynamics will override politics, and the job producing and economic stimulus effects of the gas industry will prevail in the years ahead regardless of the outcome of this fall’s presidential elections, said panelists last week at the LDC Gas Forum’s mid-continent meeting in Chicago.

September 17, 2012

Industry Execs See Natural Gas Trumping Politics

Market dynamics will override politics and the job creation and economic stimulus effects of the gas industry will prevail in the years ahead regardless of the outcome of this fall’s presidential election, according to panelists at the LDC Gas Forum’s Midcontinent meeting in Chicago Monday.

September 11, 2012
Industry Execs See Natural Gas Trumping Politics

Industry Execs See Natural Gas Trumping Politics

Market dynamics will override politics and the job producing and economic stimulus effects of the gas industry will prevail in the years ahead regardless of the outcome of this fall’s presidential elections, according to panelists at the LDC Gas Forum’s mid-continent meeting in Chicago Monday.

September 11, 2012

Report: Energy Development, Exports Add up to $5 Trillion U.S. Benefit

Hydrocarbon resources — oil, natural gas and coal — in North America are more than four times the resources existing in the Middle East, and the United States is now the fastest-growing producer of oil and natural gas in the world, according to a new report from the Manhattan Institute for Policy Research.

July 10, 2012

Lawmaker: Drilling Foes Spreading Hysteria Over Act 13

Pennsylvania House Speaker Sam Smith (R-Punxsutawney) accused opponents of shale gas drilling of spreading misinformation about Act 13, calling their claims that the law’s language on chemical disclosure would prevent doctors from treating their patients “outrageous.”

April 16, 2012

NRG Strategy Sees Growth Despite Low Gas Prices

Princeton, NJ-based NRG Energy Inc.’s strategy for future growth includes natural gas-fired generation regardless of what happens with the continuing low wholesale gas prices, CEO David Crane told a quarterly earnings conference call last Thursday. Crane characterized NRG’s three-pronged focus on gas-fired power, solar and retail energy sales as being able to thrive in a low- or high-priced gas market.

November 10, 2011

Miller May Take Election Challenge to Alaska Supreme Court

Regardless of how Alaska Superior Court Judge William Carey ruled Friday in Senate Republican candidate Joe Miller’s challenge of the state of Alaska’s criteria for counting write-in ballots, it won’t be the end of the prolonged battle over the results of the November election.

December 13, 2010
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