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Mexico Announces Preliminary Rules For Offshore Bidding

Fresh from enacting historic energy market reforms, Mexico on Wednesday announced preliminary rules for oil and gas companies to bid on 14 offshore exploratory blocks in the shallow waters of the Gulf of Mexico (GOM), with the first round of bidding scheduled to take place in 2015.

December 11, 2014

TransCanada Loses Round in Mainline Toll Battle

TransCanada Corp. has lost the second round of its years-long contest with natural gas shippers over proposed restructuring of finances and services for its shaky Mainline from Alberta to Ontario, Quebec and export routes to the Midwest and eastern United States.

June 17, 2013

It’s Strike Two for TransCanada in Mainline Toll Battle

TransCanada Corp. has lost the second round of its years-long contest with natural gas shippers over proposed restructuring of finances and services for its shaky Mainline from Alberta to Ontario, Quebec and export routes to the Midwest and eastern United States.

June 14, 2013

The (CNG) Fleet Goes On…

For North America’s trucking and municipal bus fleets, it seems that they just can’t get enough compressed natural gas (CNG).

May 27, 2013

Industry Brief

A round of public forums on California’s discussion draft regulations on hydraulic fracturing have begun in Los Angeles and will continue with a second workshop scheduled to be held March 13 in Bakersfield, CA, by the Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources. Jason Marshall, chief deputy director of the state’s Department of Conservation, said “interesting and helpful comments” were obtained at the Los Angeles session Feb. 19. Marshall said the goal is have new regulations in place in the next 12-18 months. In the upcoming workshop, the discussion draft rules will be broken into seven parts, with four parts discussed in morning sessions and three in the afternoon. The final session will allow for public comments and questions. A third workshop will be held in Sacramento later this year.

March 1, 2013

ICE’s $8.2B NYSE Tie-Up to Help Iconic Exchange Evolve

Proving that the round of exchange consolidation that took place just a few years ago wasn’t quite complete, Atlanta-based IntercontinentalExchange (ICE) on Thursday said it plans to acquire the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in a deal valued at $8.2 billion. ICE executives pointed out that the deal, if consummated, would bring little change to the iconic Manhattan trading floor.

December 24, 2012

ICE Acquires NYSE in $8.2B Deal

Proving that the round of exchange consolidation that took place just a few years ago wasn’t quite complete, Atlanta-based IntercontinentalExchange (ICE) on Thursday said it has agreed to acquire the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) in a deal valued at $8.2 billion. ICE was quick to say that the deal, if consummated, would bring little change to the iconic Manhattan trading floor.

December 21, 2012

Canadian Pipeline Subsidies Not Forthcoming

A chilly warning that sponsors of Canada’s northern pipeline posted to their stockholders in May, during the spring round of corporate annual meetings, has turned out to be true: do not expect any government to rescue the frozen scheme, said Imperial Oil Ltd., senior partner in the Mackenzie Gas Project (MGP).

August 27, 2012

Canadian Pipeline Subsidies Not Forthcoming

A chilly warning that sponsors of Canada’s northern pipeline posted to their stockholders in May, during the 2012 spring round of corporate annual meetings, has turned out to be true: do not expect any government to rescue the frozen scheme, said Imperial Oil Ltd., senior partner in the Mackenzie Gas Project (MGP).

August 27, 2012

EPA Says 20 More Water Wells in Dimock Tested Safe

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced Friday that 20 water wells in Dimock Township, PA — collectively its second round of water quality testing — did not reveal any signs of contamination from natural gas drilling.

April 10, 2012
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