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Hacked Emails Show Fossil Fuels Not High Priority to Clinton, Said Protesters Should ‘Get a Life’

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton privately told union members last year that anti-fossil fuel protesters should “get a life,” and that the issue of fossil fuel extraction wasn’t high on her list of priorities, according to illegally hacked emails released by the group WikiLeaks.

October 18, 2016

Fracking Foes Win Amendment in Democratic Party Platform

Progressives in the Democratic Party, many of them supporters of U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) and his failed bid for the presidency, were reportedly unable to get a nationwide moratorium on hydraulic fracturing (fracking), an idea championed by Sanders, added to their party’s official platform.

July 11, 2016

Clinton, Sanders Face-Off on Fracking in New York

In a fiery debate on Thursday ahead of the Democratic presidential primaries in New York and Pennsylvania, Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders faced-off on energy policy, including horizontal hydraulic fracturing, in an exchange that highlighted a gulf in their positions on the issue.

April 15, 2016

Clinton, Sanders Face-Off on Fracking in New York

In a fiery debate on Thursday ahead of the Democratic presidential primaries in New York and Pennsylvania, Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders faced-off on energy policy, including horizontal hydraulic fracturing, in an exchange that highlighted a gulf in their positions on the issue.

April 15, 2016

Fracking Becomes Hot Button Issue For Clinton, Sanders in Marcellus Country

Less than one week before Democrats in New York head to the primary to select their pick for the 2016 presidential election — and less than two weeks before Pennsylvania does likewise — former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) have taken very different stands on hydraulic fracturing (fracking), which could impact the final results.

April 14, 2016

Fracking Becomes Hot Button Issue For Clinton, Sanders in Marcellus Country

Less than one week before Democrats in New York head to the primary to select their pick for the 2016 presidential election — and less than two weeks before Pennsylvania does likewise — former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT) have taken very different stands on hydraulic fracturing (fracking), which could impact the final results.

April 14, 2016

Industry Brief

Southern Star Central Gas Pipeline Inc. is holding a binding open season through Dec. 7 for expansion capacity proposed to carry production from the Granite Wash, Cleveland/Tonkawa and Mississippian Lime areas to markets in Oklahoma, Kansas and Missouri as well as other intrastate and interstate pipelines. The Straight Blackwell Expansion would involve expanding the capacity of Southern Star’s system beginning in Texas County, OK, along the Straight Blackwell Line (Line Segment 315) extending east to its Blackwell Compressor Station in Kay County, OK. Customer interest will dictate whether Southern Star pursues the expansion and will help define the final parameters of any project, the company said. Southern Star said if the project proceeds, it will, subject to Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approval, install the necessary facilities to serve all or a portion of the requested capacity. Expansion service could begin Oct. 1. For more information, contact Philip Rullman at (270) 852-4440, Jim Neukam at (270) 852-4665, Pat Coomes at (270) 852-4552, Robbie Clark at (270)-852-4577, or Dale Sanders at (270) 852-4666.

November 27, 2012

Analyst Olson Sees Golden Age for Producers

The 10-year outlook for domestic gas and oil production companies is “probably about the strongest of any industry,” according to Sanders Morris Harris analyst John Olson. Wellhead revenues over this decade are expected to be near double that of the 1990s. There’s no shortage of conventional drilling opportunities. And investors are recognizing the value inherent in the industry.

March 22, 2004

Analyst Olson Sees Golden Age for Producers

The 10-year outlook for domestic gas and oil production companies is “probably about the strongest of any industry,” said Sanders Morris Harris analyst John Olson. Wellhead revenues over this decade are expected to be near double that of the 1990s. There’s no shortage of conventional drilling opportunities. And investors are recognizing the value inherent in the industry.

March 16, 2004

Producers Advised to Reinvent the Business

The only thing John Olson, senior energy analyst for SandersMorris and Mundy, needed last week following his speech at aproducers’ conference on gas supply and demand at the Canadianembassy in Washington, D.C., was a producer to volunteer to step upon stage and be slapped around.

February 1, 1999