A multi-pad drilling project to test Marcellus and Utica formations in southern Ohio may answer some of the lingering questions about the real resource potential of the Utica/Point Pleasant Shale, an analyst said Tuesday.
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Best Natural Gas, Oil Growth Belongs to U.S., Says BP
BP plc’s annual benchmark review of world energy published last week sees continued growth in global natural gas resources, particularly in the United States, while oil worldwide lost market share for the 13th year in a row.
U.S. Records Highest Global Natural Gas, Oil Growth, Says BP
BP plc’s annual benchmark review of world energy sees continued growth in global natural gas resources, particularly in the United States, while oil lost worldwide market share for the 13th year in a row.
NW Natural to Offer CNG Fueling, Expand Oregon Storage
As a natural gas-only utility in a relatively slow-growth area, NW Natural sees some growth opportunities in the shift to more gas-fired electric generation and in the increasing interest in compressed natural gas (CNG) for transportation.
Push for More LNG Transport in Oilfields
A unit of privately held Beaumont, TX-based Stabilis Energy LLC sees a growth market for the use of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in transportation in U.S. oilfields.
California Utility CNG Market Entry Disputed
In the simmering natural gas transportation fueling dispute in California, Sempra Energy’s Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) sees its proposed tariff to provide utility compression services essential to compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling as adding to, not stifling, competition.
Utility (SoCalGas) Entry Into Competitive CNG Market Disputed
In the simmering natural gas transportation fueling dispute in California, Sempra Energy’s Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) sees its proposed tariff for providing utility compressed natural gas (CNG) service as adding to, not stifling, competition in the Southern California market.
‘Tidal Wave Shift’ to Permian, Says Baker Hughes CEO
Baker Hughes Inc. CEO Martin Craighead said Tuesday the company sees a big expansion of oilfield services ahead in the Permian Basin, of late the mecca for operators looking for liquids-rich reserves in the old guard oil and gas formations.
Cummins Sees Market Potential for NatGas-Powered Trucks
World-scale engine builder Cummins Inc. sees potential for growth in the market for natural gas engines for trucks.
Utility Promoting Pipelines for Marcellus Water
The head of a major Pennsylvania water utility sees a two-fer in convincing Marcellus Shale operators to replace trucks with pipelines to supply water for fracking, thereby saving roads and supplying piped water to rural customers.