Shale Energy Stories of Interest: Wed, Feb 5, 2020

MARCELLUS/UTICA REGION: Coal-fired electricity generation in New England and New York has diminished; Trump popularity reigns in Ohio county tying its future to natural gas; Students are celebrating a small victory after Penn announced it won’t invest directly in some fossil fuels; South Philly refinery sale delayed, and will not be resolved this week; Equitrans adds 2 energy execs to its board of directors; Chevron CEO talks about the decision to pull out of Appalachia; OTHER U.S. REGIONS: BJ Services testing natural gas-fired turbine for frac crews in Haynesville Shale; Activists against gas-fired power plants rally at State Capitol; NATIONAL: U.S. onshore gas, oil production to ‘calm…not cease,’ says TIPRO; ‘All-electric’ movement picks up speed, catching some off guard; INTERNATIONAL: Britain plans to ban sales of new gasoline cars by 2035, but details are fuzzy; Coronavirus has OPEC in a panic.

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