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INGAA: Pipe Safety Unaffected by Fed Cutbacks

With across-the-board federal budget cuts looming in the wake of the congressional super committee’s meltdown, the current spate of natural gas pipeline safety initiatives is unlikely to be harmed, according to a Washington, DC-based spokesperson for the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA).

November 28, 2011

Pipe Safety Unaffected by Federal Budget Cuts, INGAA Says

With across-the-board federal budget cuts looming in the wake of the congressional super committee’s meltdown, the current spate of natural gas pipeline safety initiatives is unlikely to be harmed, according to a Washington, DC-based spokesperson for the Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA).

November 23, 2011

Survey Finds Public Support for Marcellus Hydrofracking

Despite a recent spate of negative media attention, hydraulic fracturing (hydrofracking) in the Marcellus Shale is still supported by a majority of the general public, according to the results of a poll conducted by the Rochester Business Journal (RBJ).

March 10, 2011

Williston Basin Interstate Pipeline Pitches New Bakken Pipe

Another project was added to the recent spate of pipeline proposals last week when WBI Holdings Inc. subsidiary Williston Basin Interstate Pipeline Co. (WBIP) announced plans to develop the Bakken Pipeline, a 100-mile pipe designed to transport gas from the fast-growing Bakken Play in northwestern North Dakota and northeastern Montana to an interconnect with Alliance Pipeline.

May 26, 2008

Williston Basin Interstate Pipeline Pitches New Bakken Pipe

Another project was added to the recent spate of pipeline proposals late Monday when WBI Holdings Inc. subsidiary Williston Basin Interstate Pipeline Co. (WBIP) announced plans to develop the Bakken Pipeline, a 100-mile pipe designed to transport gas from the fast-growing Bakken Play in northwestern North Dakota and northeastern Montana to an interconnect with Alliance Pipeline.

May 21, 2008

Mixed Price Moves Show Slight Negative Bias

As predicted, the latest spate of cold weather is proving to be short-lived, resulting in mixed price movement Thursday that was slightly weighted to the downside. Many points were less than a nickel up or down from flat.

February 8, 2008

Pipeliners Building ‘Different World’ With New Pipe, Says Consultant

The spate of producer-driven pipeline developments taking place today to move gas out of the Rockies and Midcontinent will result in infrastructure that is markedly different from what the gas industry has known during the last decade or two, a consultant told a Houston audience of pipeliners last week.

September 24, 2007

Consultant Predicts ‘Different World’ for Pipelines and their Shippers

The spate of producer-driven pipeline developments taking place today to move gas out of the Rockies and Midcontinent will result in infrastructure that is markedly different from what the gas industry has known during the last decade or two, a consultant told a Houston audience of pipeliners Thursday.

September 24, 2007

Washington Gas CEO: Utility Aims to Prevent Recurrence of System Leaks This Winter

In order to prevent a recurrence of the spate of leaks on its natural gas distribution system, Washington Gas Light (WGL) expects to complete construction in December of a facility that will mix heavier hydrocarbons with the regasified liquefied natural gas (LNG) flowing from Cove Point LNG’s import terminal on the Maryland coast to the utility’s system, said Chairman and CEO James DeGraffenreidt Jr. Thursday.

September 30, 2005

Cuts in Price-Boosting Cooling Load Expected

The cash market was still finding enough power generation load — prompted by a combination of warm temperatures and a spate of nuclear plant outages, both intentional and unscheduled — to eke out further generally small price gains at a majority of points Wednesday. But El Paso-San Juan quotes actually fell by 2-3 cents and several other points, nearly all of them in the West, were flat to barely higher. Gains ran as big as about 20 cents.

April 21, 2005
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