The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) wants lawmakers to restore several oil and gas rules that were included in the original version of the state’s biennial budget bill, but were stripped out by the state House of Representatives.
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Citing its job-creation benefits, California Gov. Jerry Brown Monday asked state regulators to restore programs set to expire at the end of this year because state lawmakers failed to pass bills aimed a extending a public goods charge on private-sector utility customer bills.
Gulf of Mexico (GOM) operators notched another small advance in efforts to restore natural gas production following hurricanes Gustav and Ike, according to a Tuesday report from the Minerals Management Service (MMS). However, the estimate of oil production restoration took a big step back compared to Monday’s estimate, which turned out to be erroneous.
As the Bush administration and Congress worked to restore confidence to Wall Street last week, the issue of offshore oil and natural gas drilling — a political hot potato for weeks — got pushed to the back-burner on Capitol Hill.
As the Bush administration and Congress work to restore confidence on Wall Street, the issue of offshore oil and natural gas drilling — a political hot potato for weeks — has been pushed to the back-burner on Capitol Hill, according to legislative sources.
Offshore oil and natural gas operators in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) that had been reboarding platforms and rigs to restore production following Hurricane Gustav now are evacuating employees ahead of Hurricane Ike, which is expected to emerge in the southeastern GOM by Tuesday night. Several forecasts put the storm on track to strike the upper Texas coast by this weekend.
As it continues to restore its Gulf of Mexico (GOM) infrastructure damaged in last year’s hurricanes, Chevron Corp. said it now expects 3Q2006 U.S. natural gas liquids (NGL) and gas production volumes to increase 1.4% sequentially over 2Q2006.
Chevron Corp. expects 3Q2006 U.S. natural gas liquids (NGL) and gas production volumes to increase 1.4% sequentially over 2Q2006, as it continues to restore its Gulf of Mexico (GOM) output that was shut-in during last year’s hurricane season.