Marcellus Shale Update
Week of May 24, 2019
Each week the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau Compiles articles related to Marcellus Shale gas exploration and development for educational purposes and the benefit of interested groups and individuals.
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Shale Law Weekly Review
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Top Picks - Articles of the Week
But FERC approvals of pipelines are done under the umbrella of the NGA and National Environmental Policy Act. Experts said it's one thing to say that ...
The Pittsburgh 100
This decision has far-reaching implications for companies in the oil and gas industry, particularly those involved in oil and gas lease transactions.
~~State Related Items~~
That bill aims to ready South Dakota for the contentious Keystone XL crude oil pipeline, which is held up in court but recently scored a new ...
S&P Global Platts
The development program also includes the construction of an LNG terminal and a 300-MW power plant in Puerto Cortes in Honduras' Caribbean ...
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) has approved construction of a fourth liquefaction train at Freeport LNG's $14 billion LNG export ...
RTO Insider (blog)
WASHINGTON — FERC voted 3-1 on Thursday to approve the construction of a fourth liquefaction unit at the Freeport LNG export terminal in Brazoria ...
But still, the oil and gas industry hasn't made a full recovery, even as jobs in extraction creep back each month. Houston's economy lost around 75,000 ...
It also highlights how waste gas, also called renewable natural gas, ... a total fleet size of 119,000 vehicles, and about 9,100 were low emissions vehicles. ... while the customer (UPS) pays the same price as it would for natural gas.
The rig count fell from 70 rigs in 1Q2016 to just 24 in 1Q2019. Market Movers. - BP (NYSE: BP) and Royal Dutch Shell (NYSE: RDS.A) will donate $1 ...
~Policy and Political~
Although Congress passed the Delaware River Basin Conservation Act ... executive director of the DRBC, said after the Delaware River Governor's ... “If it helps the watershed, it's really going to help the basin commission, and it's ...
S&P Global Platts
Washington — In January 2018, the Interior Department unveiled a draft proposed leasing plan to open nearly all federal waters to oil and gas drilling, ...
Daily Energy Insider
“The Appalachian region has proven gas reserves and utilizing the abundant Marcellus and Utica shale gas, working together we can revitalize, ...
The Independent Barents Observer
As if in a great rush to develop its Arctic resources, Russian natural gas company Novatek this week made clear that it is starting the development of a ...
S&P Global Platts
The Ennore LNG terminal operated by state-owned Indian Oil Corp. will remain underutilized until 2023 because of delays in the construction of the ...
Masson says three projects, Enbridge's Line 3, Keystone XL and Trans Mountain, all need to be built to help the oil industry thrive. The Trudeau ...