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Colleges Offer Training in Response to Illinois’ Oil & Gas Regulations

Responding to Illinois’ tough new hydraulic fracturing (fracking) legislation, and with the potential for a surge of activity in relatively untapped shale natural gas deposits in Illinois, two colleges say they are planning an array of training opportunities for the emerging oil and natural gas industry.

June 20, 2013

NW Natural to Offer CNG Fueling, Expand Oregon Storage

As a natural gas-only utility in a relatively slow-growth area, NW Natural sees some growth opportunities in the shift to more gas-fired electric generation and in the increasing interest in compressed natural gas (CNG) for transportation.

May 6, 2013

Northwest Gas Outlook: ‘Calm,’ Evolving

With relatively little economic growth forecast, the outlook for natural gas in the Pacific Northwest may look deceivingly quiet, too, but a report by the Northwest Gas Association (NWGA) offers a few areas of concern.

April 22, 2013

Northwest Gas Outlook: ‘Calm’ but Growing

With relatively little economic growth forecast, the outlook for natural gas in the Pacific Northwest may look deceivingly quiet, too, but the 2013 outlook by the Northwest Gas Association (NWGA) offers a few areas of concern.

April 18, 2013

In Gas Shales, Cost Structure ‘Key Theme’ in 2013

Natural gas shale plays have become “relatively well delineated,” which is sending production costs south in many onshore basins, a trend that should continue as adequate infrastructure opens the door to more opportunities, according to Credit Suisse’s energy team.

January 7, 2013

North Dakota Turning Corner on Gas Flaring

North Dakota is “turning the corner” on the volumes of natural gas flared despite the relatively high percent of associated gas that is still being burned at the wellhead, state officials recently told NGI.

January 7, 2013
Natural Gas Shale Takes Money to Make Money…Eventually

Natural Gas Shale Takes Money to Make Money…Eventually

Natural gas shale plays have become “relatively well delineated,” which is sending production costs south in many onshore basins, a trend that should continue as adequate infrastructure opens the door to more opportunities, according to Credit Suisse’s energy team.

December 26, 2012
Southwestern Expects to Grow 2013 Net Output 11-13%

Southwestern Expects to Grow 2013 Net Output 11-13%

For 2013, Southwestern Energy Co. is dialing down spending by $100 million but expects to increase net natural gas and oil production by 11-13% from this year. Drilling is increasing on the eastern side of the Fayetteville Shale, and new pipeline infrastructure is taking more gas to market from the Marcellus Shale, the company said.

December 20, 2012

Illinois Joins Shale Bandwagon with Bullish Report

The potential of the New Albany Shale is still unproven, industry officials said.

December 17, 2012

New Albany Shale May Boost Illinois Economy

With an eye on economic development, still relatively untapped shale natural gas deposits in southern Illinois carry the potential to create $9.5 billion in new investment and 45,000 jobs, according to a report by the Illinois Chamber of Commerce.

December 17, 2012
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