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Utah Governor’s 10-Year Energy Plan Seeks Independence

Utah is looking for fewer roadblocks from the U.S. government to allow it to achieve its own brand of “energy independence,” Gov. Gary Herbert said Wednesday night in his state of the state address emphasizing his state’s growing economy, which has lowered unemployment to 6%.

January 30, 2012

Many Not Thrilled With West Virginia’s New Marcellus Law

One day after HB 401 — also known as the Natural Gas Horizontal Wells Control Act –garnered overwhelming support in both houses of the West Virginia legislature (see Shale Daily, Dec. 15), advocates for the shale gas industry, surface owners’ rights and the environment told NGI’s Shale Daily on Thursday that the bill isn’t all they had hoped for.

December 16, 2011

California Governor Fires Two Over Drill Permitting Row

Two high-ranking state oil/gas drilling officials were fired by California’s Gov. Jerry Brown for putting too many roadblocks in the state’s permitting process, it was reported Monday. The move brought immediate praise from the exploration/production (E&P) industry, which has increasingly been critical of what its leaders viewed as an overly arduous process for obtaining permits to drill new wells.

November 10, 2011

California Governor Fires Two Over Drill Permitting Row

Two high-ranking state oil/gas drilling officials were fired by California’s Gov. Jerry Brown for putting too many roadblocks in the state’s permitting process, it was reported Monday. The move brought immediate praise from the exploration/production (E&P) industry, which has increasingly been critical of what its leaders viewed as an overly arduous process for obtaining permits to drill new wells.

November 10, 2011

Increasing Aboriginal Claims Threaten Viability of Mackenzie Pipeline Project

Increasing demands and roadblocks by aboriginal groups in Canada are contributing to fears the Mackenzie Valley Gas Pipeline Project may suffer the same fate of a similar Mackenzie project nearly 25 years ago, which was abandoned in the face of aboriginal rights claims.

September 27, 2004

Increasing Aboriginal Claims Threaten Viability of Mackenzie Pipeline Project

Increasing demands and roadblocks by aboriginal groups in Canada are contributing to fears the Mackenzie Valley Gas Pipeline Project may suffer the same fate of a similar Mackenzie project nearly 25 years ago, which was abandoned in the face of aboriginal rights claims.

September 24, 2004

Mexican LNG Projects Hitting Political Roadblocks, Consultant Says

The proposed Sempra Energy-Shell joint venture North Baja, Mexico, liquefied natural gas (LNG) project has the best chance among current ones proposed in Mexico to actually come to fruition, but even it still faces some major questions, according to a U. S.-based expert monitoring energy developments in Mexico.

July 19, 2004

Mexican LNG Projects Hitting Political Roadblocks, Consultant Says

The proposed Sempra Energy-Shell joint venture North Baja, Mexico, liquefied natural gas (LNG) project has the best chance among current ones proposed in Mexico to actually come to fruition, but even it still faces some major questions, according to a U. S.-based expert monitoring energy developments in Mexico.

July 19, 2004

Industrial Groups Urge Congress to Clear the Way for Domestic Natural Gas

The drumbeat has begun in the campaign to demolish roadblocks on the way to developing more domestic natural gas supplies. The American Chemistry Council (ACC), representing America’s largest industrial users of natural gas, Tuesday were joined by members of Congress and key allied trade associations in a press conference calling for comprehensive energy legislation that addresses the long-term structural problems facing energy markets.

March 12, 2003

Shell’s Bid for Barrett Continues; Other Offers Predicted

In a second lawsuit filed last week to prevent future legal roadblocks, Royal Dutch Shell Group asked a federal court to declare that its tender offer to take over Denver-based Barrett Resources Corp. complied with the regulations of the Securities and Exchange Commission, and that Barrett may not file a lawsuit on any merger-related issues except in the Delaware courts, where Barrett is incorporated.

March 19, 2001
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