Secondary

Flaring Easing as North Dakota E&P Issue

With rig counts, prices and liquids all moving up, the incidence of natural gas flaring in the Bakken Shale play is expected to continue to decline throughout this year, the head of the North Dakota Petroleum Council, Ron Ness, told NGI’s Shale Daily Wednesday, responding to questions about a report on the state’s record-setting oil/gas operations from the state Department of Mineral Resources (DMR).

June 8, 2012

Unconventional Gas Lifts BC Reserves to Historic Numbers

Tight natural gas and shale gas boosted British Columbia’s (BC) reserves numbers to record levels from 2009 to 2010, and more gains are expected as development continues, according to the province’s energy regulator.

December 20, 2011

Transportation Notes

Pacific Gas and Electric did not continue a high-inventory OFO beyond Saturday.

February 9, 2010

Transportation Notes

Pacific Gas and Electric did not continue a high-inventory OFO beyond Saturday.

February 9, 2010

Transportation Notes

Southern California Gas did not extend a high-linepack OFO beyond Friday.

April 20, 2009

NAESB Committee Approves Standards for Index-Based Capacity Releases

Building on FERC’s recent actions to improve competition in the secondary market for pipeline capacity, the executive committee of the North American Energy Standards Board’s (NAESB) Wholesale Gas Quadrant voted out a protocol Wednesday for using the differentials between natural gas commodity price index points to price short-term released capacity.

June 30, 2008

NAESB Committee Approves Standards for Index-Based Capacity Releases

Building on FERC’s recent actions to improve competition in the secondary market for pipeline capacity, the executive committee of the North American Energy Standards Board’s (NAESB) Wholesale Gas Quadrant voted out a protocol Wednesday for using the differentials between natural gas commodity price index points to price short-term released capacity.

June 30, 2008

Transportation Notes

MRT said it would lift Saturday (April 12) a restriction on scheduling secondary firm transportation to the Perryville Hub that began last Tuesday (see Daily GPI, April 8).

April 14, 2008

Transportation Notes

Dominion said interruptible and secondary deliveries were restored Thursday at the following market-area points: Corning Natural Gas, New York State Electric and Gas, Rochester Gas & Electric, Niagara Mohawk, Fillmore Gas and National Fuel Gas Distribution. Those services had been suspended Jan. 18 due to anticipated weather load (see Daily GPI, Jan. 18).

February 7, 2005

Transportation Notes

Dominion told shippers that effective with the start of Tuesday’s gas day, there will be no interruptible or secondary capacity available at the following delivery points until further notice: Corning Natural Gas, New York State Electric and Gas, Rochester Gas & Electric, Niagara Mohawk, Fillmore Gas and National Fuel Gas Distribution. Dominion said the reason for this action is “due to the anticipated weather forecasts [and] the duration of these forecasts, as well as the anticipated corresponding firm load requirements.”

January 18, 2005
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