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NGVs Drive State Leaders, Automakers to Oklahoma

As part of a nationwide effort spurred by a bipartisan collaboration of governors, U.S. auto manufacturers were in Oklahoma last week to learn more about recently issued multi-state request for proposals (RFP) for supplying natural gas vehicles (NGV) to bolster state fleets.

August 13, 2012

State Leaders, Automakers in Oklahoma for NGV Push

As part of a nationwide effort spurred by a bipartisan collaboration of governors, U.S. auto manufacturers came to Oklahoma Wednesday to learn more about recently issued multi-state request for proposals (RFP) for supplying natural gas vehicles (NGV) to bolster state fleets.

August 10, 2012

ExxonMobil Planning South Texas Ethane Cracker

ExxonMobil Chemical recently made a regulatory filing to add a multi-billion-dollar ethane cracker and other facilities at its Baytown, TX, chemicals complex with the intention of taking advantage of cheap ethane being thrown off by liquids-rich shale gas plays.

June 4, 2012

Well Completion Air Emissions Eyed in Colorado

A joint health assessment in a Colorado oil and natural gas field has concluded that air pollution-spurred health concerns have to be added to the environmental precautions surrounding well development and, more specifically, hydraulic fracturing (fracking).

March 23, 2012

Enterprise Sees Opportunities Everywhere

Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPD) earned record profits in the first quarter as rig counts grew in liquids-rich shales and low natural gas prices spurred petrochemical demand. The company continues to see opportunities “to serve our customers, both producers and consumers,” COO Jim Teague said during a conference call last Tuesday.

May 16, 2011

Enterprise Sees Opportunities Everywhere

Enterprise Products Partners LP (EPD) earned record profits in the first quarter as rig counts grew in liquids-rich shales and low natural gas prices spurred petrochemical demand. The company continues to see opportunities “to serve our customers, both producers and consumers,” COO Jim Teague said during a conference call Tuesday.

May 12, 2011

GOP-Led House Committees Expected to Hit Hard on Obama Policies

The overwhelming Republican takeover of the U.S. House of Representatives last week pasted happy faces on natural gas and oil industry execs and spurred President Obama to mention natural gas as a possible area of compromise with the new Congress. The president, however, appeared to be the only one talking compromise.

November 8, 2010

BP Touts Technology, Collaboration Since Deepwater Blowout

BP plc on Thursday said the Deepwater Horizon rig explosion and Macondo well blowout had spurred innovation and collaboration, resulting in new technology that will provide ways to deal with future offshore disasters.

September 7, 2010

BP Touts Technology, Collaboration Since Deepwater Blowout

BP plc on Thursday said the Deepwater Horizon rig explosion and Macondo well blowout had spurred innovation and collaboration, resulting in new technology that will provide ways to deal with future offshore disasters.

September 6, 2010

Winter Storms Fail to Avert Declines at Most Points

Only a gain of about a nickel by the Florida citygate, spurred primarily by Florida Gas Transmission’s issuance of an Overage Alert Day (see Transportation Notes), and flat quotes at Westcoast Station 2 were left out of Thursday declines ranging from a little less than a nickel to about 20 cents. Despite having a major storm with plentiful snowfall due to linger through the weekend, the Northeast recorded most of the biggest losses.

February 26, 2010
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