Marcellus Shale Update
Week of July 26, 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.
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Top Picks - Articles of the Week
The Delaware River Basin Commission is responsible for managing and regulating water use in the Delaware River watershed. Wayne Land's lawsuit ...
~ Regulatory ~
Pennsylvania Business Report
... work,” Marcellus Shale Coalition President David Spigelmyer said. “Unconventional natural gas producers are more efficient in the use of resources, ...
Pennsylvania's impact fee on natural gas drilling is sending more than a quarter of a billion dollars to municipalities and counties this year, including ...
Energy News Network
A pipeline operator in Pennsylvania has asked federal regulators to rehear its petition to allow bi-directional flow of gasoline to better respond to ...
Natural Gas Intelligence
Despite strong opposition from the natural gas industry, environmental ... Abundant, low-cost gas supplies from the Appalachian Basin have made it ...
Conservative Daily News
What has happened to the Keystone XL pipeline, a project to bring oil from Canada to refineries in the U.S., is a typical example. According to ...
A Pennsylvania court yesterday upheld portions of state regulations that address Marcellus Shale natural gas drilling, although the judges also sided ...
... ruling, issued Tuesday in a case captioned Tennessee Gas Pipeline v. Permanent Easement for 7.053 Acres, applied Pennsylvania law, which ...
... fuel from west-to-east, but can't get the necessary regulatory approval. ... The pipeline operators said FERC had ceded its authority over interstate ...
Singapore — The first LPG cargo was lifted from Australia's Prelude FLNG project this week, according to Japanese explorer Inpex, a stakeholder in ...
Yale Environment 360
“Producing RNG for pipeline injection and vehicle fueling is the evolution of where everything is going” in the biogas sector, says John Hanselman, ...
The president of the United Mine Workers of America characterized the ... drilling for natural gas and the new technology — the fracking and all that, ...
Notably, international rig count has been rising in the past few months, which should lead to improvement in the operators' revenues and profitability.
~Policy and Political~
The Libertarian Republic
This was back when he was opposing the Keystone XL pipeline, a project that he would have personally funded if it were in Australia or Indonesia ...
Wall Street Journal
As much as 94% of the Outer Continental Shelf has been off-limits to oil and natural gas leasing since 1984, making it difficult even to evaluate the ...
CAPE TOWN, July 25 (Reuters) - State-owned freight logistics firm Transnet plans to launch a tender next year for South Africa's first terminal to import ...
Nikkei Asian Review
Russian gas producer Novatek agreed on June 29 to sell a 10% stake in its Arctic LNG 2 terminal to Japanese trading house Mitsui & Co. and ...