Energy Stories of Interest: Tue, Oct 9, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Permitting drops in Pennsylvania amid strong production, tighter purse strings; Rising up: After a year, Shell cracker project is taking shape; House Environment Committee Oct 9 meeting on royalty bill postponed; To meet demand for shale well cement, idled WV site restored; Pennsylvania offers a key midterm test for Trumpism; Dominion gets NC approval for merger with SC’s SCANA; Despite record demand, Wisconsin frac sand mines shutting down, laying off workers; National Grid facing new state scrutiny over gas safety following Woburn incident; Weather is the only thing holding back an upward explosion in natural gas prices; Shale oil is not a Ponzi scheme: evidence from decline curves; UK’s Cuadrilla to begin shale gas fracking in NW England ‘in next week’; Putin says Trump should blame himself for high oil prices; Why China may soon regret its tariffs on US natural gas.

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