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National Grid’s NYC Long-Term NatGas Supply Constraint Solutions Heavy on LNG

National Grid’s NYC Long-Term NatGas Supply Constraint Solutions Heavy on LNG

In an effort to meet current and future New York City natural gas supply constraints, National Grid is planning to deploy a series of measures to maintain near-term system reliability while mulling over a host of longer-term solutions, a number of which prominently feature liquefied natural gas (LNG).

February 26, 2020
North American E&Ps Facing Debt Challenges Again as Natural Gas, Oil Prices Languish

North American E&Ps Facing Debt Challenges Again as Natural Gas, Oil Prices Languish

Natural gas prices continue to languish and oil prices have failed to strengthen despite recent geopolitical events, indicating more North American energy operators may face restructuring or bankruptcy through the first half of 2020, according to Haynes and Boone LLP.

January 23, 2020
North American E&Ps Facing Debt Challenges Again as Natural Gas, Oil Prices Languish

North American E&Ps Facing Debt Challenges Again as Natural Gas, Oil Prices Languish

Natural gas prices continue to languish and oil prices have failed to strengthen despite recent geopolitical events, indicating more North American energy operators may face restructuring or bankruptcy through the first half of 2020, according to Haynes and Boone LLP.

January 23, 2020

New Mexico’s Oil, Natural Gas Growth Squeezing Regulatory Oversight

New Mexico needs to boost staffing and pay competitive salaries to oil and gas regulators, along with working to improve drilling application approvals, according to a report card by the state’s Legislative Finance Committee (LFC).

January 2, 2020
‘Broad Diversity’ Seen in U.S. E&P Dealmaking During 3Q

‘Broad Diversity’ Seen in U.S. E&P Dealmaking During 3Q

U.S. exploration and production (E&P) dealmaking has begun, extending beyond the Permian Basin, with the Top 10 deals surpassing $17 billion in the third quarter, Enverus reported Wednesday.

October 3, 2019

Further Research Exposes Montney Shale Earthquake Risks

Cracked rock layers and pressure pockets riddle Montney Shale gas drilling territory with earthquake hazards in northern British Columbia (BC), according to a report completed for the province’s Oil and Gas Commission (BCOGC).

September 26, 2019
EIA Report Below Consensus; Natural Gas Futures See Small Bump

EIA Report Below Consensus; Natural Gas Futures See Small Bump

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) on Thursday reported a leaner-than-expected 78 Bcf build into U.S. natural gas stocks, injecting a little upward movement into a futures market that had sold off in recent sessions.

September 12, 2019

Canada’s Oil, Gas Industry Trailing U.S. Even More, Says Fraser

The Canadian fossil fuel industry is taking a long fall into becoming a poor cousin to its peer in the United States, according to an annual review of the North American energy scene by the Fraser Institute.

May 8, 2019
EIA Reports 92 Bcf Storage Build as May Natural Gas Futures Sit Near $2.50

EIA Reports 92 Bcf Storage Build as May Natural Gas Futures Sit Near $2.50

The Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported a 92 Bcf injection into storage inventories for the week ending April 12, a build that was on the higher end of market expectations and a few Bcf above consensus.

April 18, 2019

Midcontinent E&Ps Hunkering Down, Says Kansas City Fed

Energy activity was flat in the first quarter across much of the Rockies and the northern half of New Mexico, as the region’s exploration and production (E&P) companies said natural gas prices needed to average $3.02/MMBtu for drilling to be profitable, according to the Federal Reserve Bank (Fed) of Kansas City.

April 15, 2019
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