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Range Set to Reclaim Controversial PA Impoundment

Range Resources will begin remediation work on Monday to reclaim the land where a controversial water impoundment is thought to have leaked wastewater.

August 15, 2014

Judge Orders EPA Deposition in Barnett Contamination Case

Range Resources unit Range Production Co. may depose an Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) official on Tuesday (Jan. 25), a federal judge in Austin, TX, ruled last week. The agency has accused the company of contaminating water wells with its Barnett Shale drilling activities, a claim Range disputes.

January 24, 2011

CO PUC Staff Proposal Draws Ire of Kinder Morgan, Aquila

As the two smallest of the private-sector energy utilities in Colorado, Kinder Morgan and Aquila are drawing a line in the Rocky Mountain clay soil with the state regulatory commission staff’s proposal to change the rules on how and what the electric and natural gas distributors must do to determine allocation of their costs. The two energy suppliers argue that the proposal will result in long, costly litigation fights among the companies, Public Utilities Commission (PUC) staff and customers.

March 28, 2005

CO PUC Staff Proposal Draws Ire of Kinder Morgan, Aquila

As the two smallest of the private-sector energy utilities in Colorado, Kinder Morgan and Aquila are drawing a line in the Rocky Mountain clay soil with the state regulatory commission staff’s proposal to change the rules on how and what the electric and natural gas distributors must do to determine allocation of their costs. The two energy suppliers argue that the proposal will result in long, costly litigation fights among the companies, Public Utilities Commission (PUC) staff and customers.

March 24, 2005

Libya Welcomes North American LNG Project Planners

Libya has identified itself as fertile and welcoming soil for a budding strategy among Canadian producers of replacing their deteriorating fields by developing liquefied natural gas (LNG) abroad for tanker shipments back to North America.

April 5, 2004

Libya Welcomes North American LNG Project Planners

Libya has identified itself as fertile and welcoming soil for a budding strategy among Canadian producers of replacing their deteriorating fields by developing liquefied natural gas (LNG) abroad for tanker shipments back to North America.

April 5, 2004

Transportation Notes

Citing “increasing soil and ambient temperature” that requires adecrease in its target linepack, NOVA is offering to sell up to190,000 gigajoules to customers. The pipeline will accept purchasetenders tied to a Canadian index through 1 p.m. MDT Thursday. Thegas will be sold through inventory transfers in approximately evenincrements over a period of up to 14 days starting around May 15,NOVA said. Call Jeff Stoffregen at (403) 541-4726 or Donna Taillonat -4802 for more information.

May 9, 2000

With Floyd at Bay, Bears Do Play

Just as what could be remembered as one of the most intensehurricanes ever to make landfall on U.S. soil gradually turned tothe north and away from production assets in the Gulf of Mexico,natural gas futures turned south yesterday as traders priced stormconcerns out of the market. After gapping lower to open at $2.69the October contract never looked back, tumbling 14.5 cents on theday to finish at $2.636.

September 15, 1999