Energy Stories of Interest: Wed, Nov 7, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Pa. House and Senate remain in Republican control despite Democrat gains; New Jersey-based design and engineering firm to open office in Canonsburg; LANTA hopes to add even more compressed natural gas buses to fleet; Cabot and Williams on an education adventure with small schools; Voters reject oil well setbacks as Colorado’s Proposition 112 defeated; Naperville council expected to OK plan for new compressed natural gas filling station on city land; NYMEX December natural gas spikes 28.3 cents to $3.567/MMBtu on forecast for early-season cold snap; US EIA boosts Q4 gas marketed production forecast by 1.83 Bcf/d to 94.32 Bcf/d; US transportation sector used 43.4 billion cubic feet of natural gas for vehicle fuel in 2017; China to boost shale oil, gas production; The world can live without Iranian oil; Oil markets yawn as Iran sanctions come into effect; Oil and gas firms sound alarm as capital once destined for Canada flees to more competitive U.S.; China’s gas pipelines on wheels.

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