Marcellus Shale Update
Week of June 28, 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
Published every Monday, the Penn State Shale Law Blog presents the Shale Law Weekly Review which provides an update of recent, local, state, national, and international legal developments relevant to shale gas.
Penn State Shale Law Blog
Top Picks - Articles of the Week
Corporate Ethics took credit for delaying the Northern Gateway and Keystone XL projects. Krause added that 11 years ago, the Mackenzie Valley ...
Oil and Gas Middle East
BP Ventures has made an investment of $30mn in California-based startup Calysta, Inc., an alternative protein producer that will use BP's natural gas ...
After a fire last week, Philadelphia Energy Solutions says it will close its oil refinery in its namesake city. The plant, which will lay off over 1,000 workers, suffered significant equipment damage as a result of the fire and subsequent explosions.
Crain's New York Business
The Cuomo administration's "blockade" on new natural-gas pipelines could drive up ... The state's most recent pipeline rejection included guidance that the ... carry fracked gas from other states, including neighboring Pennsylvania.
~~State Related Items~~
Shale gas impact fees raise $252 million, breaking record ... Pennsylvania's impact fee on natural gas wells yielded its highest payout to date this ... tapping the state's gas-rich Marcellus and Utica shales raised $243 million for 2018, ...
Proceeds from the impact fees are distributed to counties and local ... Act 13, the law which amended Title 59 (Oil and Gas) of the Pennsylvania ...
Eyes on the Ties
Williams Companies is an oil and gas powerhouse based in Tulsa, ... The NESE is a gas pipeline that would be built under the New York Harbor to ... York State because it was proposed to deliver Marcellus Shale fracked-gas to be ...
6 days ago - There’s one problem with that statistic: Athens County does not have 108 deep-shale fracking wells. ... The number of horizontally drilled fracking wells in some eastern Ohio counties shown on a map that’s part of the study also appears to be incorrect. ... For radon data collection data ...
Royalty owners, who lease the mineral rights beneath their land, represent an significant segment of the oil and gas industry; over 600 000 Texas ...
... despite the setbacks, saying the embattled pipeline is its cheapest option to carry gas from the Marcellus Shale basin to customers in the Southeast.
If the court rejects the case or issues a ruling that is unfavorable for Atlantic ... Gerken wrote that the 4th Circuit ruling does not affect existing pipeline ... of the [Appalachian National Scenic Trail] by an oil or gas pipeline and confirmed ...
Korea's Samsung C&T has formed a joint venture with PetroVietnam Technical Services to build a $180m liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal.
~Policy and Political~
Vice President Pence is talking about using money from oil and gas leases on public lands to fund park repairs — but the proposal is not doing well in ...
The News International
Islamabad : The All Pakistan CNG Association (APCNGA) said budget proposal to increase the tariff of natural gas for the troubled CNG industry by 31 ...
... help move Alberta oil to market as progress stalled on pipeline projects, such as the Trans Mountain expansion, Keystone XL and Enbridge's Line 3.