Surviving

Southwestern Production Climbs, Especially in the Marcellus

Southwestern Production Climbs, Especially in the Marcellus

Dry gas player Southwestern Energy Co. is having “success in a low gas-price environment,” not just surviving, said CEO Steve Mueller.

February 25, 2013

Canada Weighing Export Control Regime in LNG Era

For the first time in 22 years a surviving relic of Canadian energy trade regulation — volume control on natural gas and oil exports — has popped up on the national agenda for review and change. The renewed interest comes when British Columbia is poised to become the departure point for tankers bound for Asian markets with liquefied Canadian gas.

October 1, 2012

Canada Weighing Energy Export Controls

For the first time in 22 years a surviving relic of Canadian energy trade regulation — volume control on natural gas and oil exports — has popped up on the national agenda for review and change. The renewed interest comes when British Columbia is poised to become the departure point for tankers bound for Asian markets with liquefied Canadian gas.

October 1, 2012

May Carves Out 24-Cent Range Post EIA Report, Lands in Plus Column

May natural gas futures staged a healthy late-session rally Thursday to close in positive territory after surviving what could have been a damaging blow to the bullish cause after the release of government inventory data. At the end of the day May futures were 3.4 cents higher at $4.389 and June rose 3.2 cents to settle at $4.458. May crude oil vaulted $2.45 to $106.72/bbl.

April 1, 2011

Price-Killing Trio: Weather, Futures, Storage

Cash traders appeared to have no concern about Tropical Storm Richard possibly surviving an overland passage and emerging into the southern Gulf of Mexico this week. What mattered more to them was a persistent lack of substantive weather-based demand (either heating or cooling); storage inventories poised to hit another all-time high level; and the previous day’s screen plunge. The physical market recorded large double-digit declines across the board Friday.

October 25, 2010

S&P: Williams, El Paso on ‘Comeback Trail’

After surviving near-death experiences following the collapse in the energy merchant sector in 2002, The Williams Cos. and El Paso Corp. are both on the comeback trail, Standard & Poor’s (S&P) said in a recent report.

July 24, 2006

S&P: Williams, El Paso on ‘Comeback Trail’

After surviving near-death experiences following the collapse in the energy merchant sector in 2002, The Williams Cos. and El Paso Corp. are both on the comeback trail, Standard & Poor’s (S&P) said in a recent report.

July 24, 2006

Report: Regulatory Support Key to LDC Success

After surviving a second winter of higher commodity prices in good shape — at least on the surface — local distribution companies (LDCs) will need continued regulatory support that gives them the tools to capture costs and maintain credit quality, Standard & Poor’s (S&P) said in a new report.

March 8, 2004

Report: Regulatory Support Key to LDC Success

After surviving a second winter of higher commodity prices in good shape — at least on the surface — local distribution companies (LDCs) will need continued regulatory support that gives them the tools to capture costs and maintain credit quality, Standard & Poor’s (S&P) said in a new report.

March 5, 2004

Cantor, eSpeed, TradeSpark Families Invited to Grief Counseling

Cantor Fitzgerald L.P. announced Wednesday it was making grief counseling services available for surviving employees and the families of employees, including those of affiliates eSpeed and TradeSpark, who had been working on floors 101 to 105 of the World Trade Center.

September 13, 2001