Shale Energy Stories of Interest: Wed, Apr 8, 2020

MARCELLUS/UTICA REGION: Even facing a pandemic, NY State remains in the grip of green movement; Nearly 650 MW of New York City peaking capacity will retire to comply with tighter regulations; Congresswoman Miller urges support for oil and gas industry during COVID-19 response; OTHER U.S. REGIONS: Court revives Michigan anti-fracking effort; NATIONAL: U.S. natural gas output expected to fall by most ever next year; U.S. oil rig count seen plunging 65% in record time, eclipsing recent downturns; Shale drillers warming to a once-unthinkable idea: a cap on oil; U.S. to again become net importer of crude oil amid COVID-19 pandemic, EIA says; Cost structure threatens the survival of many U.S. crude oil producers; Led by Harold Hamm, America’s oil frackers are slashing output; INTERNATIONAL: Japan, Singapore lockdowns to stifle Asian gas, power demand further; U.S. energy secretary hopeful Saudi, Russia to end oil row this week.

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