Tag / Stay

Subscribe

Stay

Shale Boom: Supply, Prices Tough to Call

Technology advances have driven the shale boom and the industry’s ability to analyze markets, but it isn’t any easier to answer the question of how long abundant supplies and low prices will characterize the natural gas industry. That was one of conclusions from three experts on a panel at the LDC Forum: Rockies & West conference on Tuesday in Los Angeles.

October 17, 2011

Pittsburgh Mayor Shoots Down Drilling Ban

The mayor of Pittsburgh said he would not sign a measure allowing voters to decide whether to ban natural gas extraction in the city, but the city council is still trying to get the referendum on the ballot.

August 10, 2011

Author: U.S. Has Home Team Advantage in Shale Game

Whether one loves or hates hydrocarbon fuels, “they are here to stay,” an energy lecturer and author told a Houston audience. “They provide nine out of 10 units of energy, nine out of 10 units of power…That will remain the case for decades to come. Energy transitions happen over decades or centuries, not over years.” The transition under way now is to natural gas, particularly that from shale plays, he said.

June 22, 2011

Support for Coal-to-Gas Fuel Switching, Says Analyst

U.S. natural gas prices would need to rebound to $5.50/MMBtu or higher, or coal-to-gas switching “is here to stay,” according to a report by Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. Inc. (TPH).

June 6, 2011

Low Prices Support Coal-to-Gas Fuel Switching, Says Analyst

U.S. natural gas prices would need to rebound to $5.50/MMBtu or higher, or coal-to-gas switching “is here to stay,” according to a report by Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. Inc. (TPH).

June 3, 2011

GasMart 2011: Purchasers Want Fracking Fears Erased

Natural gas purchasers say they are switching more of their fleet vehicles to natural gas, adding transport capacity and are trying to stay organized and get the best deal for gas. But they are also increasingly concerned about the public perception of the safety of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and its effects on the shale gas market.

May 23, 2011

Below the Marcellus Shale: Exploring the Utica

If recently announced drilling programs are any indication, 2011 could be the biggest year to date for Utica Shale exploration.

May 19, 2011

GasMart 2011: Shale Gas Worth Fighting For, Say Buyers

Natural gas purchasers say they are switching more of their fleet vehicles to natural gas, adding transport capacity and are trying to stay organized and get the best deal for gas. But they are also increasingly concerned about the public perception of the safety of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and its effects on the shale gas market.

May 17, 2011

GasMart 2011: Purchasers Want Shale Gas Defended

Natural gas purchasers say they are switching more of their fleet vehicles to natural gas, adding transport capacity and are trying to stay organized and get the best deal for gas. But they are also increasingly concerned about the public perception of the safety of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) and its effects on the shale gas market.

May 17, 2011

TransCanada’s Final Rate Offer Would Raise Tolls 50%

Tolls on TransCanada Corp.’s Canadian natural gas mainline will stay at elevated levels set as an “interim” measures last winter if the National Energy Board (NEB) approves an application for final 2011 rates filed Friday morning.

May 2, 2011