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USGS Report Details Undiscovered Rockies Area Gas Potential

A new report by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) shows an overall slightly improved outlook for unconventional natural gas potential in five “priority” Rockies basins.

December 17, 2002

TransCanada Unveils Plan to Ship CNG in Freighters, Barges

After half a century as the mainstay of natural gas transportation across Canada, TransCanada PipeLines Ltd. is charting a new course — out to sea, where it aims to launch an armada to serve offshore production projects.

October 7, 2002

TransCanada Unveils Plan to Ship CNG in Freighters, Barges

After half a century as the mainstay of natural gas transportation across Canada, TransCanada PipeLines Ltd. is charting a new course — out to sea, where it aims to launch an armada to serve offshore production projects.

October 7, 2002

New Assessment of Reserve in Alaska Finds Significantly More Gas, Oil

A new U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) assessment of the National Petroleum Reserve in Alaska (NPRA), an area covering 24.2 million acres that is west of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), concludes that there is “significantly greater petroleum resources than previously estimated.” However, it also concludes that ANWR is a better target with more recoverable oil at prices under $35/bbl.

May 20, 2002

A Cornucopia Of Bearish Trends Elongate Losses

Nearly all of the market points in NGI’s price survey declinedfor the second day in a row Monday amid mild weather, a fallingfutures screen and the return of some nuclear power stations. Whilepoints in the Northeast felt the sharpest declines ranging from adime to 20 cents, Chicago managed to fight off most of the bearishsentiment and registered a small drop of 2 cents.

November 2, 1999

California Studies New Pipelines for Power

As the list of planned new natural gas-fired power plants inCalifornia lengthens, state officials have begun to survey thedeliverability of resources to fuel those plants.

September 6, 1999

CA Studies New Pipelines for Power

As the list of planned new natural gas-fired power plants inCalifornia lengthens, state officials have begun to survey thedeliverability of resources to fuel those plants.

September 2, 1999
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