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North Dakota Production Sets Daily Records; Rail, New Connects Soar

Coming out of its coldest April and wettest May ever recorded, North Dakota’s latest oil and natural gas statistics show the amounts of oil transported by rail shot up to 75% in April while new wells connected set a record at 185. Overall, April oil/gas production was down compared to March, but the daily averages set all-time records on a preliminary basis (793,249 b/d and 846 MMcf/d).

June 17, 2013

North Dakota Output Sets Daily Records

Coming out of its coldest April and wettest May ever recorded, North Dakota’s latest oil and natural gas statistics show the amounts of oil transported by rail shot up to 75% in April while new wells connected set a record at 185. Overall, April oil/gas production was down compared to March, but the daily averages set all-time records on a preliminary basis (793,249 b/d and 846 MMcf/d).

June 17, 2013

ICF: Power Plants to Fire Up NatGas Prices

Natural gas prices have been due for a shot in the arm, and they’re going to get one, actually more than one. But producers will have to wait until the impact of drilling declines is felt, lifting gas to $4.00/MMBtu, and then until power generation load growth gains traction and lifts prices to $5.00/MMBtu after 2015, according to consultant ICF International.

February 18, 2013

ICF: Power Generation Gas Demand Spurts Coming

Gas prices have been due for a shot in the arm, and they’re going to get one, actually more than one. But producers will have to wait until the impact of drilling declines is felt, lifting gas to $4.00/MMBtu, and then until power generation load growth gains traction and lifts prices to $5.00/MMBtu after 2015, according to consultant ICF International.

February 14, 2013

FERC Gives Go-Ahead to Tennessee Expansion, Rebuffs Sierra Club

FERC on Friday gave Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. LLC (TGP) the go-ahead on rehearing to construct and place into service by Nov. 1 its Northeast Upgrade Project. In doing so it shot down a now-familiar argument from the Sierra Club about infrastructure to serve shale gas production, and it saved TGP from having to get Congressional permission for a river crossing.

January 14, 2013

FERC Rebuffs Tennessee Expansion Opposition

FERC on Friday gave Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. LLC (TGP) the go-ahead on rehearing to construct and place into service by Nov. 1 its Northeast Upgrade Project. In doing so it shot down a now-familiar argument from the Sierra Club about infrastructure to serve shale gas production, and it saved TGP from having to get Congressional permission for a river crossing.

January 14, 2013

Heat, Maintenance, Outages Send Northeast Points Nearly $4 Higher

Cash prices shot higher Tuesday with an average overall change of nearly 30 cents. Particularly strong were Northeast points, which fell under a triple whammy of pipeline maintenance, forecasts of hot temperatures and unexpected nuclear outages. Eastern locations also joined in the rise with hot temperatures expected Wednesday in major metropolitan areas.

June 20, 2012

Fracking Debate Resumes in California

After a chemical disclosure bill was shot down last year, critics of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) in California are attempting to rekindle a fire in Sacramento to heat up both regulators and legislators, according to a report in Thursday’s Los Angeles Times. Focused on ways to create jobs, Gov. Jerry Brown’s administration has shied away from the issue, fearing it could stymie growth in the energy sector.

March 16, 2012

Oregon LNG Project Could Be Sleeper in Export Race

At least one knowledgeable handicapper in the liquefied natural gas (LNG) export race in the United States thinks one upcoming long shot, the Jordan Cove LNG Project along the south-central Oregon coast, may prove to be a big winner.

January 10, 2012

Price Gains Grow, But Holiday Weekend Nearing

Prices shot higher by double-digit amounts nearly across the board Thursday as a palpable threat to Gulf of Mexico (GOM) production grew more intense, cash numbers had substantial support from the previous day’s 14.5-cent futures rise, and some regions such as the Midwest were heating up, although their contribution to cooling load was likely to be brief.

September 2, 2011
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