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Ethane Offtake Challenges Marcellus Gas, Says Study

There is, it seems, a downside to the tremendous natural gas production results in the Marcellus Shale, according to energy consultant Bentek Energy LLC.

September 13, 2010

Driving into the Natural Gas Century at GasMart 2010

While there are a number of options, including electric power for light-duty vehicles, there is really only one viable option to replacing diesel fuel in heavy-duty fleet vehicles such as buses, trucks and construction equipment, and that is natural gas, Rich Kolodziej, president of NGVAmerica, told Natural Gas Intelligence (NGI).

April 5, 2010

Driving into the Natural Gas Century at GasMart 2010

While there are a number of options, including electric power for light-duty vehicles, there is really only one viable option to replacing diesel fuel in heavy-duty fleet vehicles such as buses, trucks and construction equipment, and that is natural gas, Rich Kolodziej, president of NGVAmerica, told Natural Gas Intelligence (NGI).

March 30, 2010

Driving into the Natural Gas Century at GasMart 2010

While there are a number of options, including electric power for light-duty vehicles, there is really only one viable option to replacing diesel fuel in heavy-duty fleet vehicles such as buses, trucks and construction equipment, and that is natural gas, Rich Kolodziej, president of NGVAmerica, told Natural Gas Intelligence (NGI).

March 30, 2010

Toyota to Enter Natural Gas-Powered Vehicle Market

The day of the commercially viable natural gas-powered vehicle (NGV) may be on the horizon: Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. (TMS) will display a compressed natural gas (CNG) Camry Hybrid concept vehicle at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November, the company said.

September 29, 2008

Toyota to Enter Natural Gas-Powered Vehicle Market

The day of the commercially viable natural gas-powered vehicle (NGV) may be on the horizon: Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. (TMS) will display a compressed natural gas (CNG) Camry Hybrid concept vehicle at the Los Angeles Auto Show in November, the company said.

September 26, 2008

Wood Mackenzie: Gas Price to Relink with Oil Around 2012

Natural gas and oil prices will reconnect again in the United States, according to Wood Mackenzie’s Ed Kelly, vice president of North American gas and power. When the relinkage occurs will depend upon the long-term race between U.S. domestic supply growth and the growing reliance on gas for power generation.

April 28, 2008

Prices Plunge as Ernesto Threat Diminishes

On Friday Tropical Storm Ernesto still looked very much like a viable threat to Gulf of Mexico (GOM) production, and cash prices were up at most points, although not by large amounts. The weekend passes. Traders return to their offices Monday to find Ernesto getting sapped of energy over Cuba and now projected to head north through eastern Florida and then farther up the East Coast.

August 29, 2006

Gas Supply-Price Mismatch Makes Conservation ‘Interim’ Necessity, FERC Official Says

The only viable mitigation for the nation’s continuing high wholesale natural gas prices over the next two or three years is stepped up conservation, and FERC is now urging industry and regulatory leaders to push for more demand-side management, according to a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission staff director speaking Tuesday at the two-day “LDC Forum — Rockies & West” conference in Los Angeles.

November 10, 2005

Natural Gas Pipeline Competition Study Workshops to be Held in Texas

As part of a study to determine whether viable competition exists in the Texas natural gas pipeline industry, the Texas Railroad Commission (RRC) is hosting seven workshops statewide to gather input from gas producers, gas gatherers, gas processors and gas pipeline operators.

November 8, 2005