Natural Gas News – January 18, 2019

Natural Gas News – January 18, 2019 Study Shows Storing Natural Gas Underground as Viable Option News Observer reported : A new study indicates it might be economically feasible for North Dakota oil companies to provisionally store natural gas underground instead of burning it off at well sites. The University of North Dakota’s Energy and […]

Natural Gas News – January 17, 2019

Natural Gas News – January 17, 2019 Pittsburgh Suburb Says No to Natural Gas Drilling Under Park WITF reported: A Pittsburgh suburb has rejected a proposal to allow drilling for natural gas under a local park. The Franklin Park borough council voted 4-2 Wednesday against signing a lease with PennEnergy Resources. The company wants to […]

Natural Gas News – January 16, 2019

Natural Gas News – January 16, 2019 Rough Natural Gas Production Drops to Zero Amid Early UK System Length S&P Global reported: Natural gas production from the Rough asset, the former UK offshore storage site, fell to zero at 0600 GMT on Wednesday morning, in an apparent response to early market signals indicating high UK […]

Natural Gas News – January 15, 2019

Natural Gas News – January 15, 2019 Natural Gas Prices Spike 13 Percent on Forecasts for Long, Severe Cold CNBC reported: Natural gas prices spiked on Monday as the market gained confidence that the severe cold gripping the United States will persist longer than previously thought, driving up heating demand and taxing gas stockpiles. Front-month […]

Natural Gas News – January 11, 2019

Natural Gas News – January 11, 2019 Peru Discusses Importing Natural Gas Through Pipeline from Bolivia Reuters reported: Energy ministers from Peru and Bolivia agreed on Thursday to discuss building a pipeline that would transport natural gas and liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Bolivia to its neighbor. The pipeline would provide crucial access to the […]

Natural Gas News – January 10, 2019

Natural Gas News – January 10, 2019 Mountain Valley Pipeline Says Expansion Will Not Cause Excess Natural Gas Supply S&P Global reported: Mountain Valley Pipeline told federal regulators it was not overbuilding as it defended its MVP Southgate natural gas pipeline expansion from protests by two North Carolina agencies and a coalition of environmental groups. […]

Natural Gas News – January 9, 2019

Natural Gas News – January 9, 2019 Report: Oil & Natural Gas Production Continues to Rise Despite Flat Jobs Growth Houston Chronicle reported: The Texas oil and natural gas industry appears to be doing more with less. Crude oil and natural gas production continues to rise despite flat job growth, a new report from the […]

Natural Gas News – January 8, 2019

Natural Gas News – January 8, 2019 Massachusetts Attorney General Seeks Deeper Review of Need for Natural Gas Projects in Constrained Area S&P Global reported: The Massachusetts attorney general wants the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to delve deeper into whether a small Tennessee Gas Pipeline expansion is needed and how it would impact the […]

Natural Gas News – January 4, 2019

Natural Gas News – January 4, 2019 Unplanned Work Cuts Up to 50% of Natural Gas Storage at Some French Storengy Sites S&P Global reported: Several Storengy operated French natural gas storage facilities were hit by a unplanned maintenance Friday, with several facilities to face as much as a 50% reduction in their storage volumes, […]

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