Scrambling

Pennsylvania High Court To Hear Act 13, Mineral Rights Cases Next Month

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court will hear oral arguments on the constitutionality of Act 13, the state’s new omnibus Marcellus Shale law, on Oct. 17 in Pittsburgh.

September 11, 2012

Pennsylvania Legislators Finishing ‘Unlimited’ Cracker Tax Break Deal

Legislators in the Pennsylvania General Assembly are scrambling to put the finishing touches on a tax code bill that could potentially offer billions in a tax break to companies in exchange for investing billions in an ethane cracker and associated manufacturing facilities.

July 2, 2012

Pennsylvania Legislators in Final Push For Cracker Tax Break Deal

Legislators in the Pennsylvania General Assembly are scrambling to put the finishing touches on a tax code bill that could potentially offer billions in a tax break to companies in exchange for investing billions in an ethane cracker and associated manufacturing facilities.

July 2, 2012

Pennsylvania Searching for Marcellus Subsurface Rights

With access to Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale acreage at an increasing premium, state officials are scrambling to find out who owns the subsurface rights to nearly 1.7 million acres of state game and park land.

August 30, 2010

Pennsylvania Searching for Marcellus Subsurface Rights

With access to Pennsylvania’s Marcellus Shale acreage at an increasing premium, state officials are scrambling to find out who owns the subsurface rights to nearly 1.7 million acres of state game and park land.

August 30, 2010

NW Public Power at Crossroads, Puget Energy Exec Says

Public-sector power in the Pacific Northwest has used up all of its surplus federal hydroelectric supplies and now is scrambling with its private-sector counterparts to line up adequate supply portfolios for the future, Bellevue, WA-based Puget Energy CFO Erick Markell told a session Wednesday at the Lehman Brothers Energy/Power Conference in New York City. Meanwhile Puget’s utility, Puget Sound Energy (PSE), faces the need to replace or extend expiring purchased power agreements with various public utility districts (PUD).

September 6, 2007

CA Politico Blasts BHP Billiton Offshore LNG Plans

Scrambling to make up ground in opinion polls showing his gubernatorial campaign trailing the incumbent, California State Treasurer Phil Angelides Friday stood on a bluff in Malibu overlooking the Pacific Ocean and declared he is opposed to BHP Billiton’s proposal to build an offshore liquefied natural gas (LNG) receiving terminal about a dozen miles out to sea.

October 2, 2006

Forecasters Heat Up Over Summer Temperature Debate

Agreeing on some points and differing on others, meteorologists and forecasters are scrambling to diagnose the remaining months of summer. “The last 10 days of June are showing the true nature of the summer temperature and pattern ideas where they are hooked up with each other,” said AccuWeather Expert Senior Meteorologist Joe Bastardi. “Time will tell.”

July 7, 2003

NUI’s Proposed Richton Salt Cavern Draws a Crowd

Potential storage customers apparently are scrambling for capacity in NUI Corp.’s proposed 7.6 Bcf Richton salt cavern, which the company plans to develop in Perry County, MS. NUI said it received expressions of interest for 18 Bcf of storage space in the facility in a non-binding open season it held between May 29 and July 3.

July 22, 2002

NUI’s Proposed Richton Salt Cavern Draws a Crowd

Potential storage customers apparently are scrambling for capacity in NUI Corp.’s proposed 7.6 Bcf Richton salt cavern, which the company plans to develop in Perry County, MS. NUI said it received expressions of interest for 18 Bcf of storage space in the facility in a non-binding open season it held between May 29 and July 3.

July 19, 2002
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