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In Bright Spot, Some Jobs Returning at Shell Pennsylvania Cracker

In Bright Spot, Some Jobs Returning at Shell Pennsylvania Cracker

More workers are back at Royal Dutch Shell plc’s ethane cracker site in Western Pennsylvania this week after the state said they were exempt from an order last month shutting down nonessential businesses to curb the spread of Covid-19.

April 22, 2020

U.S. Upstream Dealmaking Returns, Tilted Sharply to Permian

U.S. upstream transactions to date have nearly doubled in 2016 following a seven-year low in 2015, triggered by a surge of Permian Basin activity, oil and gas researcher 1Derrick said Tuesday.

December 21, 2016
Rig Recovery Seen, But Will Price Strengthening Stick?

Rig Recovery Seen, But Will Price Strengthening Stick?

The U.S. land rig count began heading in the other direction on Friday with the latest iteration of the Baker Hughes Inc. (BHI) weekly rig count. Texas saw the biggest gains, including in the dry gas Barnett Shale, which has been out of favor for a while.

June 17, 2016

Natural Gas Said Critical to Reducing GHG Emissions

After an eight-year downward trend, carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the United States have started to includes with the return of more coal-fired generation in 2013, compared to last year, the Environmental Integrity Project (EIP) said in an analysis. However, a separate report said greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are at mid-1990s levels and the role of natural gas remains critical.

June 10, 2013

GHG Emissions, Coal-Use Up; NatGas Critical, Reports Show

After an eight-year downward trend, carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in the United States have started to climb back up with the return of more coal-fired generation in 2013, compared to last year, the Environmental Integrity Project (EIP) said in an analysis of federal energy and emissions statistics released in late May. However, a separate report released this week said greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions are at mid-1990s levels and natural gas’ role needs to be maximized to further lower carbon emissions.

June 5, 2013

NatGas Prices Gaining on Utility Shift, Says Apache CEO

U.S. natural gas prices may never return to the double digits of yesteryear, but there are “a lot of reasons” to see some upside in pricing going forward, Apache Corp. CEO G. Steven Farris said last week at Sanford Bernstein’s 29th Annual Strategic Decisions Conference 2013.

June 3, 2013

Shift in Generation Mix Helping NatGas Prices, Says Apache CEO

U.S. natural gas prices may never return to the double digits of yesteryear, but there are “a lot of reasons” to see some upside in pricing going forward, Apache Corp. CEO G. Steven Farris said Wednesday at Sanford Bernstein’s 29th Annual Strategic Decisions Conference 2013.

May 31, 2013

California Power Capacity Seen as Adequate; New Gas Plants In the Wings

With continued uncertainty over whether a large nuclear generation plant will ever return to service, Southern California Edison Co. (SCE) officials on Friday said summer power supplies will be adequate throughout Southern California. Up to three new or upgraded natural gas-fired plants in the region. totaling more than 1,800 MW, are due to start operations by the end of summer, they said

May 29, 2013

Equity Returns Reverse in 2012 for NatGas-Weighted Operators

The return on equity (ROE) for North American natural gas-weighted producers declined year/year in 2012, according to an analysis by the Energy Information Administration (EIA), news that’s been borne out in exploration and production (E&P) earnings results.

May 13, 2013

Equity Returns Reverse for NatGas Operators

The return on equity (ROE) for North American natural gas-weighted producers declined year/year in 2012, according to an analysis by the Energy Information Administration (EIA), news that’s been borne out in exploration and production (E&P) earnings results.

May 13, 2013
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