Reviving

Keep Canadian NatGas, Bitumen at Home, Says Group

Armed with fresh benefits forecasts, Canadian domestic industry is reviving a generations-old crusade for a priority spot on energy policy agendas dominated by government support for export pipeline projects. Provincial and federal authorities are being told that enough current refining and petrochemical development opportunities have been identified in Alberta alone to add about C$6.4 billion to Canada’s annual gross domestic product and create 18,600 jobs.

April 22, 2013

Groups Lobby to Keep Canadian NatGas, Bitumen at Home

Armed with fresh benefits forecasts, Canadian domestic industry is reviving a generations-old crusade for a priority spot on energy policy agendas dominated by government support for export pipeline projects.

April 22, 2013

Shale, Low Gas Prices ‘Unbelievable Opportunity’ for Chemical Industry

Low natural gas prices and increased supplies are reviving the chemical manufacturing industry within the United States as evidenced by the news last week that Dow Chemical Co. has authorized final engineering and lead-time equipment spending for a world-scale propylene production facility in Texas to take advantage of increasing supplies of U.S. shale gas as a feedstock.

March 12, 2012

Dow Advances World-Class Shale-Fueled Propylene Facility in Texas

Low natural gas prices and increased supplies are reviving the chemical manufacturing industry within the United States as evidenced by the news Wednesday that Dow Chemical Co. is authorizing final engineering and lead-time equipment spending for a new, world-scale propylene production facility in Texas, which will take advantage of increasing supplies of U.S. shale gas as a feedstock.

March 8, 2012

NPC: ‘Enormous’ Natgas Base Could Transform U.S. Economy

Shale gas is reviving the domestic chemical industry, has already sparked growth in exports, and going forward it will boost the U.S. economy through new jobs in supplier industries and other manufacturers benefiting from cheap, plentiful energy, according to the National Petroleum Council (NPC).

September 19, 2011

NPC: ‘Enormous’ Natgas Base Could Transform U.S. Economy

Shale gas is reviving the domestic chemical industry, has already sparked growth in exports, and going forward it will boost the U.S. economy through new jobs in supplier industries and other manufacturers benefiting from cheap, plentiful energy, according to the National Petroleum Council (NPC).

September 16, 2011

Heat, Futures Give Slight Boost to Cash Quotes

Intense heat in many areas finally appeared to be reviving the spot market, but only to a small degree, Thursday. The previous day’s minor rebound of 2.9 cents by September futures also helped in raising cash prices slightly at most points.

August 13, 2010

Natural Gas Missing Canada’s Drilling Recovery

Canadian drilling is reviving, but producers are switching targets by turning away from natural gas and concentrating on oil as their prices stay on diverging courses. The new focus for hydraulic fracturing techniques is “tight oil.”

May 3, 2010

Recovery Coming to Canadian Oil; Gas, Not so Much

Canadian drilling is reviving, but producers are switching targets by turning away from natural gas and concentrating on oil as their prices stay on diverging courses. The new focus for hydraulic fracturing techniques is “tight oil.”

May 3, 2010

Canadian Production Reviving in Response to Higher Prices; Ladyfern a Fluke

While growth prospects remain up in the air, earlier reports that an accelerating decline was beginning in western Canadian natural gas supplies were exaggerated, the National Energy Board has been told. A new, more optimistic consensus is emerging from a recurring industry debate over the supply outlook ignited by rate applications from TransCanada Pipelines.

November 22, 2004
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