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Linn Preparing to Separate E&P, Midstream Businesses

Linn Preparing to Separate E&P, Midstream Businesses

Houston-based independent Linn Energy Inc., which began to gain traction this year after being laid low during the industry collapse, is setting its sights on creating three standalone companies by mid-2018, all designed to boost the value of the enterprise.

December 14, 2017

Potential $500M Drilling Deal for Pittsburgh Airport Approved

In a split decision, the Allegheny County Council voted on Tuesday to accept a deal with Consol Energy Inc. for Marcellus Shale natural gas drilling rights at Pittsburgh International Airport.

February 21, 2013

Consol Shifting Gears in Utica, From Exploration to Development

Consol Energy Inc. announced Friday that it would begin shifting its Utica Shale program in Noble County, OH, from exploration to development mode, after seeing encouraging results and data from its test wells and those of its competitors in the play.

January 22, 2013

Industry Split Over Light Regulation of Section 311, Hinshaw Pipes

Industry is split over FERC’s proposed optional notice procedures that would enable intrastate and Hinshaw natural gas pipelines to obtain quick approval of filings on rates and operating conditions without an agency order.

December 10, 2012

Industry Split on Section 311, Hinshaw Proposal

Industry is split over FERC’s proposed optional notice procedures that would enable intrastate and Hinshaw natural gas pipelines to obtain quick approval of filings on rates and operating conditions without an agency order.

December 10, 2012

Wary Energy Industry Prepares for Second Obama Administration

By a narrow margin, voters Tuesday elected President Obama to a second term in office, but with Congress still split — a majority Republican House and a majority Democratic Senate — the passage of significant legislation relating to the energy industry or anything else remains problematic.

November 8, 2012

Energy Debate Still in Hands of Obama, Divided Congress

By a narrow margin, voters Tuesday elected President Obama to a second term in office, but with Congress still split — a majority Republican House and a majority Democratic Senate — the passage of significant legislation relating to the energy industry or anything else remains problematic.

November 8, 2012

East Coast Distributor Takes Bakken Shale Transloading Stake

Expanding its presence in the Bakken Shale region, Global Partners LP has agreed to acquire a 60% membership interest in Basin Transload LLC, which operates two transloading facilities in North Dakota with a combined rail loading capacity of 160,000 b/d.

October 8, 2012

Federal Appeals Court Endorses Withholding Utah Leases

A three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals 10th Circuit on Wednesday rejected on a split 2-1 vote an appeal by oil/gas industry operators and local governments in eastern Utah, upholding the Obama administration’s decision almost four years ago to withdraw 77 leases that had been sold at the tail end of the George W. Bush administration.

September 7, 2012

Williams Has Big Growth Plans in West Virginia’s Northern Panhandle

Williams plans to invest $1.34 billion and create 100 jobs between now and 2014 in West Virginia’s Northern Panhandle to take advantage of unconventional natural gas growth, Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin said Thursday.

September 4, 2012
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