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Pennsylvania Landowners Threaten DRBC Lawsuit

A coalition of landowners in Wayne County, PA, is threatening to file a lawsuit against the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) over a continuing delay in either enacting natural gas regulations in the basin or deferring regulation to its four member states (see related story).

July 8, 2013

Pennsylvania Landowner’s Group Threatens to Sue DRBC

A coalition of landowners in Wayne County, PA, is threatening to file a lawsuit against the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) over a continuing delay in either enacting natural gas regulations in the basin or deferring regulation to its four member states.

July 8, 2013

State-Federal MOU Could Resolve Fracking Conflict

The federal government and states would reach a compromise on regulation of hydraulic fracturing (fracking) if the parties agreed to a memorandum of understanding (MOU) on the issue, a Texas official told a House panel Wednesday.

April 22, 2013

Hurricane Forecasts Higher as Atlantic Basin Rumbles

Tropical storm activity in the Atlantic basin was somewhat more threatening last week, with one hurricane slamming into the coast of Mexico and other systems churning across the Atlantic. Meanwhile, two prominent forecasters said they expect more storms to form this year than they had previously forecast.

August 13, 2012

Driller Threatens Lawsuit Over New York Drilling Bans

Lenape Resources Inc., an oil and natural gas producer based in New York, is threatening to sue the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) if the agency doesn’t advise three towns in Livingston County that they don’t have the authority to enact local drilling bans.

August 6, 2012

Driller Threatens to Sue Over New York Drilling Bans

Lenape Resources Inc., an oil and natural gas producer based in New York, is threatening to sue the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) if the agency doesn’t advise three towns in Livingston County that they don’t have the authority to enact local drilling bans.

August 2, 2012

Piceance Basin Operations Survive Colorado Wildfire

Although among the smaller, less-life threatening of Colorado’s wildfires so far this summer, the Pine Ridge fire along the Western Slope tested the gas industry with the shutting in of more than 100 wells in part of the Piceance Basin (see Shale Daily, July 9), but the response was effective and expected by the gas industry, according to Encana Corp.’s manager in charge on the ground, David Grisso.

July 16, 2012

Colorado Fire Postmortem: Wells Unscathed, Response Smooth

Although among the smaller, less-life threatening of Colorado’s wildfires so far this summer, the Pine Ridge fire along the Western Slope tested the gas industry with the shutting in of more than 100 wells in part of the Piceance Basin (see Daily GPI, July 9), but the response was effective and expected by the gas industry, according to Encana Corp.’s manager in charge on the ground, David Grisso.

July 16, 2012

Forecasters Watch GOM Low Pressure as Possible Tropical Storm

The first three weeks of the 2012 Atlantic Hurricane season have been quiet, but a low-pressure system in the Gulf of Mexico (GOM) at the end of the week was threatening to make some noise that would be heard by energy interests.

June 25, 2012

Transportation Notes

On Friday Transco became the most recent pipeline to take action against positive imbalances threatening its system integrity. Starting Saturday and until further notice, Transco said it would not allow any due-pipeline imbalance make-up nominations or excess storage injections, and no incremental parked gas or return of loaned gas would be accommodated.

October 17, 2011
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