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NGI 2020: Drilling Bans, Low Prices, New Projects Pique Readers’ Interest in 2019

Editor’s Note: This is one of a 14-piece series NGI undertook as the energy industry readied for the new year, with Lower 48 natural gas and oil supply continuing to surge in an uncertain environment as liquefied natural gas exports ramp up, Mexico markets remain shrouded and stakeholders demand more value. Get your complimentary copy of NGI’s 2020 Special Report today.

December 31, 2019

Texas RRC Adopts Well Casing, Fracking Rule Changes

The Railroad Commission of Texas (RRC) amended its oil and gas well construction requirements rule (Statewide Rule 13) to clarify requirements related to casing, cementing, drilling, well control and completions. The changes take effect Jan. 1, 2014 and apply to any wells drilled on or after that date.

May 28, 2013

Keystone XL Opponents Blast Nebraska Governor

A TransCanada Corp. official said this week that despite opposition to the Keystone XL oil pipeline, the company is moving forward with plans to refile its application to carry supplies from Canada to the Gulf Coast.

February 10, 2012

Marcellus Producers Tout Manufacturing, Job Benefits in Pennsylvania

Several companies cashing in on Marcellus Shale-related business across Pennsylvania told their stories last week to an audience of politicians and fellow businessmen, one of several community outreach efforts by the Marcellus Shale Coalition, an organization of more than 80 producer and supplier members.

May 24, 2010

Marcellus Producers Tout Benefits for Pennsylvania

Several companies cashing in on Marcellus Shale-related business across Pennsylvania told their stories last week to an audience of politicians and fellow businessmen, one of several community outreach efforts by the Marcellus Shale Coalition, an organization of more than 80 producer and supplier members.

May 24, 2010

Outlook: That Was The Hurricane Season That Wasn’t

Weather related stories were big news in 2007, with heat and drought scorching the South and Southeast, wildfires burning their way through southern California and global warming worries worldwide, but perhaps the biggest weather story of the year was the Atlantic hurricane season that wasn’t.

January 7, 2008

Outlook: That Was The Hurricane Season That Wasn’t

Weather related stories were big news in 2007, with heat and drought scorching the South and Southeast, wildfires burning their way through southern California and global warming worries worldwide, but perhaps the biggest weather story of the year was the Atlantic hurricane season that wasn’t.

January 7, 2008

Scientists Clear Industry of Blame for Gas in Water Wells

A two-year investigation has identified the prime suspect behind environmental horror stories that threaten to stunt the growth of infant coalbed methane production in Canada — and the culprit is not the industry. The report squashes a major source of public opposition to developing the province’s estimated 500 Tcf endowment of coalbed methane, in seams the right thickness and depth to be considered candidates for development.

February 5, 2007

Scientists Clear Industry of Blame for Gas in Water Wells

A two-year investigation has identified the prime suspect behind environmental horror stories that threaten to stunt the growth of infant coalbed methane production in Canada — and the culprit is not the industry. The report squashes a major source of public opposition to developing the province’s estimated 500 Tcf endowment of coalbed methane, in seams the right thickness and depth to be considered candidates for development.

February 5, 2007

Buying Gas: Not for Faint-of-Heart; IOUs, Regulators Grapple

Three utility gas buyers and a medium-sized California food processor swapped stories about planning and buying natural gas supplies, and the moral to their collective tales is: “it ain’t easy” from either sector. They made their comments as part of the final panel at the two-day LDC Forum: Rockies & West conference in Los Angeles.

November 10, 2006
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