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EDF ‘Co-opted’ by NatGas Industry, Grassroots Groups Say

The Environmental Defense Fund (EDF) has allowed itself “to be co-opted by industry interests on the issue of hydraulic fracturing [fracking] for shale gas,” and does not speak for local communities on the issue, representatives of 67 grassroots organizations said Wednesday.

May 23, 2013

Act 13 Case Comes Before Pennsylvania Supreme Court

Attorneys on both sides of the legal battle over Act 13, Pennsylvania’s omnibus Marcellus Shale law, spent two hours in a packed Pittsburgh courtroom Wednesday giving oral arguments before the state Supreme Court.

October 18, 2012

ConocoPhillips Exec: Gas Oversupply Situation Overstated

Although a shale-produced natural gas surplus remains, it is at a lower level than many expected and thus a couple of drivers could send prices back into a period of volatility, according to Jim Duncan, chief analyst and commodity market strategist for ConocoPhillips in Houston.

October 14, 2011

Futures Sink on Lack of Cold; Could $4 Be Next?

Without any real cold temperatures to speak of in the markets that matter, December natural gas futures pushed lower for most of Wednesday’s regular session and entered a price gap that was created almost two months ago. The prompt-month contract closed at $4.254, down 27.6 cents from Tuesday’s finish.

November 19, 2009

Santa: Point Out Gas Act Failing to Power Industry

Natural gas pipeline interests have an opportunity to speak up during the current discussion of expanding FERC authority for siting interstate electric transmission, according to Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) President Donald Santa. While the Natural Gas Act is seen as a potential model for electric transmission policy, pipelines should point out where it doesn’t work, Santa told a Houston audience last Wednesday.

March 16, 2009

Santa: Electric Transmission Talk Could Bring Focus to Gas Act Failing

Natural gas pipeline interests have an opportunity to speak up during the current discussion of expanding FERC authority for siting interstate electric transmission, according to Interstate Natural Gas Association of America (INGAA) President Donald Santa. While the Natural Gas Act is seen as a potential model for electric transmission policy, pipelines should point out where it doesn’t work, Santa told a Houston audience Wednesday.

March 12, 2009

NGSA, INGAA File In Support of FERC Jurisdiction Over LNG Terminals

The U.S. needs to “speak with one voice” when it comes to approving and regulating liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminals, and that “one voice” is found in the federal government, two gas industry associations told the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Wednesday in an amicus brief filed in support of FERC in its jurisdictional battle with the California Public Utility Commission (CPUC).

April 4, 2005

NGSA, INGAA File In Support of FERC Jurisdiction Over LNG Terminals

The U.S. needs to “speak with one voice” when it comes to approving and regulating liquefied natural gas (LNG) import terminals, and that “one voice” is found in the federal government, two gas industry associations told the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Wednesday in an amicus brief filed in support of FERC in its jurisdictional battle with the California Public Utility Commission (CPUC).

March 31, 2005

Industry Briefs

Major policymakers will speak about national energy policy issues at a major conference on Tuesday (Sept. 24) to be hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, DC. Scheduled speakers will include FERC Chairman Pat Wood, Rep. W.J. “Billy” Tauzin (R-LA), chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, and Sen. Jeff Bingaman (D-NM), chairman of the Senate Natural Resources Committee. The conference, “Energy Summit 2002, Ensuring America’s Energy Supply,” will run from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Chamber headquarters, located at 1615 H St. NW. For further information, parties should contract Chris Merida at (202) 463-5648 or go to www.uschamber.com. Chamber members will be charged $325 to attend the event; non-members, $425. The price at the door will be $500.

September 23, 2002

Industry Briefs

Major policymakers will speak about national energy policy issues at a major conference on Sept. 24 to be hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in Washington, DC. Scheduled speakers will include FERC Chairman Pat Wood, Rep. W.J. “Billy” Tauzin (R-LA), chairman of the House Energy and Commerce Committee, and Sen. Jeff Bingaman (D-NM), chairman of the Senate Natural Resources Committee. The conference, “Energy Summit 2002, Ensuring America’s Energy Supply,” will run from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m.at the Chamber headquarters, located at 1615 H St. NW. For further information, parties should contract Chris Merida at (202) 463-5648 or go to www.uschamber.com. Chamber members will be charged $325 to attend the event; non-members, $425. The price at the door will be $500.

September 23, 2002
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