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Utility, NatGas Transportation Fight Emerges in SoCal

A range war of sorts has broken out in California between competitive compressed natural gas (CNG) transportation fueling companies and monopoly utilities seeking to serve some of the CNG load to their existing customers.

April 9, 2013

Court Remands Colorado Drilling Plan to BLM

In a decision in which both sides are claiming victories of sorts, a federal district judge in Denver on June 22 ordered the federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to review and revise its drilling plan for the Roan Plateau in western Colorado where one operator has plans to drill thousands of natural gas wells.

July 2, 2012

Court Remands Colorado Drilling Plan to BLM

In a decision in which both sides are claiming victories of sorts, a federal district judge in Denver on Friday ordered the federal Bureau of Land Management (BLM) to review and revise its drilling plan for the Roan Plateau in western Colorado where one operator has plans to drill thousands of natural gas wells.

June 26, 2012

Range to Jettison Barnett Stake to Focus on ‘Liquids-Rich’ Marcellus

Marking a U-turn of sorts in the company’s exploration and production strategy due to low natural gas prices and a premium on liquids prices, Range Resources Corp. in its 3Q2010 earnings call put its Barnett Shale properties in Texas on the block and announced that it plans to focus on its “liquids-rich plays” in the Marcellus Shale.

November 1, 2010

Range to Jettison Barnett Stake to Focus on ‘Liquids-Rich’ Marcellus

Marking a U-turn of sorts in the company’s exploration and production strategy due to low natural gas prices and a premium on liquids prices, Range Resources Corp. in its 3Q2010 earnings call put its Barnett Shale properties in Texas on the block and announced that it plans to focus on its “liquids-rich plays” in the Marcellus Shale.

October 29, 2010

Statoil, ConocoPhillips Swap Stakes in Alaska, Deepwater GOM

In a swap of sorts, Norway’s Statoil ASA is buying a quarter interest in 50 of ConocoPhillips’ leases in the Chukchi Sea offshore Alaska. In turn, the Houston-based producer would take a stake in some of Statoil’s leases in the Lower Tertiary Trend of the Gulf of Mexico (GOM). No financial details were disclosed.

January 26, 2010

Statoil, ConocoPhillips Swap Stakes in Alaska, Deepwater GOM

In a swap of sorts, Norway’s Statoil ASA is buying a quarter interest in 50 of ConocoPhillips’ leases in the Chukchi Sea offshore Alaska. In turn, the Houston-based producer would take a stake in some of Statoil’s leases in the Lower Tertiary Trend of the Gulf of Mexico (GOM). No financial details were disclosed.

January 26, 2010

Partial Incentive Rewards Granted in California

California’s major private-sector utilities won a victory of sorts from regulators Thursday, getting partial incentive rewards, totaling $82 million, for their energy efficiency programs. The four investor-owned utilities (IOU) had solicited more from the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC), which denied part of the joint request.

December 22, 2008

Declining Futures Cement Monday’s Sub-$7 Move

Natural gas futures followed the Dow Jones Industrial Average lower for a second straight day Tuesday while crude recorded a rebound of sorts. November natural gas shaved another 6.7 cents to close at $6.768, further validating Monday’s penetration of long-holding support at $7.028.

October 8, 2008

Colorado Legislators Propose Some Relief for Roan Stakeholders

Colorado U.S. Sens. Wayne Allard and Ken Salazar this week reached a compromise of sorts for the Roan Plateau region, introducing federal legislation that would assist four northwestern counties most affected by the booming natural gas industry.

April 17, 2008
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