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NatGas Gasoline Pursued by New Jersey Start-Up

For those visionaries that want a clean transportation fuel without the additional vehicle and fueling infrastructure costs associated with natural gas vehicles, a small privately held New Jersey-based company, Primus Green Energy, wants to market natural gas-derived gasoline.

July 12, 2013

Pacific NorthWest LNG Applies for NEB License

Pacific NorthWest LNG has applied to the National Energy Board (NEB) for a license to export up to 19.68 million tonnes (mmty) of liquefied natural gas (LNG) per year for 25 years beginning in 2019 from its proposed facility in Port Edward, British Columbia (BC), not far from nine other proposed LNG projects centered on Prince Rupert, BC.

July 8, 2013

Alberta Taking Capacity in TransCanada Mainline Oil Conversion

The Alberta government has stepped forward as a customer for the planned conversion of one large pipe of the six parallel pipes that comprise TransCanada Corp.’s natural gas Mainline, which has suffered severely declining natural gas transport volumes, to oil service (see Daily GPI, April 29).

July 8, 2013

Volatile Northeast Swings on Marcellus; Moderating Temps Ease California

Forced back into action following the Thursday Independence Day Holiday, physical gas traders in quiet trading Friday for weekend and Monday delivery managed to push most price point averages higher by a few cents, except for in the Northeast and California. Coming off dollar-plus losses on Wednesday, a number of Marcellus Shale-related points reversed course Friday to gain 80 cents or more. California was the only area in the red, with multiple points dropping a nickel to 15 cents.

July 8, 2013

Chesapeake’s Latest Deals Move Toward Balancing the Books

Chesapeake Energy Corp., the mega-operator that Aubrey McClendon built shale-by-shale, is being repurposed brick-by-brick as the company transitions from risky exploration to steady production.

July 8, 2013

Sales Competition Undermining LNG International Prices, Says ExxonMobil

Sales competition is undermining international prices for liquefied natural gas (LNG), according to ExxonMobil Corp.’s export terminal proposal for the northern Pacific Coast of British Columbia (BC). The supermajor and Canadian affiliate Imperial Oil Ltd. noted the competition in a filing with the National Energy Board (NEB) to build terminal that could export as much as 30 million metric tons a year (mmty) to overseas markets.

July 8, 2013

Spectra Energy Seeks to Build New Florida Pipeline

Move over Florida Gas Transmission (FGT), Southern Natural Gas, Gulfstream Natural Gas System LLC and Cypress Pipeline because Spectra Energy Corp. wants to build a 465-mile interstate natural gas pipeline into the Sunshine State.

July 8, 2013

Outages Drop Marcellus Points As Low As 40 Cents; Futures Gain

Physical natural gas prices tumbled 8 cents overall in Wednesday’s trading as traders prepared for the Independence Day holiday, and many sections of the country expected to see mild weather. Nearly all points were in the red, and Northeast points bucked the downtrend, but a couple of points in the Marcellus suffered losses of over a dollar or more.

July 5, 2013

Producers Handed Victory in SEC Disclosure Ruling

The U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia Tuesday handed the energy industry a major victory by vacating and remanding an order that would require publicly traded producers to report to the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) how much they pay foreign governments for the commercial development of oil, natural gas and minerals.

July 5, 2013

Shell Scores Again in Deepwater GOM

Three years after the Macondo well blowout and resulting drilling moratorium, oil and gas exploration has been slowly but surely returning to the Gulf of Mexico (GOM). On Wednesday Royal Dutch Shell plc reported a successful exploratory well at Vicksburg in the deepwater GOM.

July 5, 2013
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