After a pause to settle landowner disputes along the right-of-way, action is resuming on a pipeline project that will turn the tables on Canadian natural gas exporters by importing U.S. production into Ontario and Quebec.
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Wisconsin seems caught right in the middle of current economic woes — not as well off as some Upper Midwest states, but decidedly better off than Michigan, its neighbor across the Great Lakes — and Wisconsin Energy Corp. (WEC) sees continuing signs of slow recovery of the industrial sector, according to CEO Gale Klappa.
Less than 14% of Americans believe the United States is headed in the right direction on energy, according a poll released on Wednesday by the University of Texas at Austin (UT).
A federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that the U.S. Forest Service (USFS) can’t refuse to give operators permission to drill in the Allegheny National Forest while it conducts an environmental impact study there.
Energy industry leaders, while directly challenging the opposition, called on the more than 1,600 people attending the Shale Gas Insight 2011 conference in Philadelphia Wednesday to help promote a national energy policy that significantly expands the role of natural gas.
French producer Toreador Resources Corp. and ZaZa Energy LLC, a privately held oil and gas company based in Houston, have announced plans to merge in a cash and stock deal valued at approximately $294 million, creating a single company with significant shale holdings on two continents.
National Oilwell Varco Inc. (NOV), the largest U.S. oilfield equipment manufacturer, on Tuesday posted higher than expected quarterly profits, in part on rig technology orders, which jumped 26% in the period.