Energy Stories of Interest: Wed, Feb 6, 2019

MARCELLUS/UTICA REGION: Utica shale gas well in Washington Township contained; Food & Water Watch scrambles as Stevens blows its cover; Wolf says nat. gas tax has a chance; not ready to fast track legal marijuana; Governor’s proposed severance tax will impact jobs, reduce competitiveness; Shell to build innovation center at Potter Township cracker plant site; OTHER U.S. REGIONS: Exxon plans $10 billion Texas natural gas export terminal; Protesters in custody after tampering with Enbridge pipelines in Itasca County; NATIONAL: The United States expands its role as world’s leading ethane exporter; Schumer offers clean energy lawyer for FERC — sources; America is producing the “wrong” kind of oil; Pipelines on alert after Chinese cyberwar warning; As top Dem on Senate Energy Committee, Manchin prepares to tout region’s resources; Activist threatens Halcon Resources with proxy fight unless board changes; Freezing cold means love-hate relationships with EVs; INTERNATIONAL: Equinor’s profit soars in 2018; BP’s full-year profit doubles on high production; 5 things to watch in natural gas.

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