Energy Stories of Interest: Tue, Sep 25, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Infinity and beyond! Activist denies high costs of Youngstown anti-fracking measure; Upshur County pipeline site providing jobs, boost to local economy; Group from Colombia tours sites in Beaver County; No link between Barnett Shale natural gas production and methane in groundwater, studies conclude; Republicans push back against states seen as too pro-regulation; Oil CEO and Trump donor Dan Eberhart says the shale boom gives Trump an edge; Crude oil was the largest U.S. petroleum export in the first half of 2018; E&Ps grind out production growth through incremental capex increases; Predictions of early ‘peak oil’ demand don’t pass the Goldilocks test; McIntyre absent from FERC meeting as chief of staff controversy swirls; Russian gas and the case for sanctions; Shell CEO considers new natural-gas bet; Big Oil pledges to slash potent greenhouse gas emission.

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