Other Energy Stories of Interest: Mon, Apr 23, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: IFO assesses PA Gov Wolf’s severance tax proposal; wasted ethane in Appalachia a “crime”; natgas storage for winter already underway in WV; Utica Shale Academy mulls expanded courses; high school kids stage mock shale wastewater spill; Baltimore utility to move gas pipeline away from swamp area; Trump chides OPEC over high oil price; it’s all about ethane in petchem industry; Boulder, CO sues oil companies over mythical man-made global warming; EPA to unveil new policy to help the oil & gas industry; Qatar hopes Chinese orders will bail them out; and more!
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Other Energy Stories of Interest: Fri, Apr 20, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: PA House to vote on bill rolling back conventional oil & gas regulations to 1984; Appalachia markets itself as global energy hub; Buckeye Partners revise plan for liquids pipeline; Wetzel County, WV residents to discuss road safety in midst of natgas boom; Schuylkill Transportation System switching to CNG vehicles; crisis at the heart of U.S. shale; full fracking ban within NJ governor’s grasp; traders “lose their religion” re natgas stats; a new low in media’s war on fracking; Afghanistan getting its first natgas-fired electric plant; and more!
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Other Energy Stories of Interest: Thu, Apr 19, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Six permits issued in Ohio Utica last week; PA PUC chairwoman Gladys Brown reappointed to second five-year term; energy leadership academy in WV taking applications; celebrate natgas on Earth Day in Ohio; top Trump energy adviser quits; FERC commissioners whipsawed at House hearing; does energy bill in Senate stand a chance?; Kinder Morgan close to pulling plug on Canadian pipeline project; OPEC does happy dance with high oil price; and more!
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Other Energy Stories of Interest: Wed, Apr 18, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Penn Twp showdown in Westmoreland County begins; green insanity in Rhode Island; impact of pipeline constraints on Permian producers; fracking transparency bill moves forward in Illinois legislature; LNG exports could produce $3.3 TRILLION in econ benefits by 2050; a natgas giant like no other; U.S. offers $25M in cybersecurity grants following pipe attacks; just who is buying U.S. LNG; Australian territory lifts frack ban; and more!
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Other Energy Stories of Interest: Tue, Apr 17, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Huge crowds for Atlantic Coast Pipe job fair in WV; Dominion considers selling Blue Racer Midstream investment; Marietta College students install wellhead on campus; Shale Insight returns to Pittsburgh in October; natgas-powered bitcoin mining in the Permian?; natgas prices stuck in neutral; anti goes berserk, burns himself to death as protest fossil fuels; LNG helping expanded Panama Canal; and more!
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Other Energy Stories of Interest: Mon, Apr 16, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Pa. severance tax shibboleths; WV businessman makes no bones about his support for Mountain Valley Pipeline; can renewables take the place of fracking in New York; Tri-State Consortium transforms learners into earners in shale country; FERC approves pipe yards for Atlantic Coast in WV, NC; second shale revolution on horizon in the Permian; LNG pipeline reversals turn Louisiana gas market upside down; and more!
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Other Energy Stories of Interest: Fri, Apr 13, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: PUC awaiting report on Mariner East 1 pipeline; Range Resources’ Ray Walker retires, Dennis Degner moves up; so-called church pushing Range for more disclosure on methane emissions; Atlantic Sunrise restarts work in Luzerne County in May; abundant Marcellus gas leads to rate cut for Peoples Gas; CNG fueling station opens in Allentown; WV board denies request to move Mountaineer Gas pipeline hearing; NJ votes to spend $300M to “save” nuke plants; Texas LNG signs contracts with Chinese, Southeast Asian buyers; Cali’s pathetically weak case against fossil fuel companies; building bigger pipelines over old ones a smart idea; and more!
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Other Energy Stories of Interest: Thu, Apr 12, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: OH rig count goes up to 24; OH bill grabs more money for communities with injection wells; MSC exposes legal flaws in DRBC frack ban; loony Hollywood starlet running for NY gov pushes ban on fossil fuels; CA’s petroleum wars costly for everyone; enviros split on “carbon-free” nuke plants; Devon Energy laying off 300 workers; SandRidge succumbs to corporate raider Icahn, willing to sell out; and more!
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Other Energy Stories of Interest: Wed, Apr 11, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Trump trade war with China could hurt WV’s energy sector; natgas revenue was crucial for survival of Pittsburgh Intl Airport; hearings for RI natgas-fired power plant under way; API launches new jobs website for o&g industry; It’ll take $170B in pipelines to keep the shale gas boom going; drillers turn back to Eagle Ford oil play; U.S. natgas set production record in 2017; the quiet rise of offshore oil production in U.S.; energy industry reaches out to Generate Z; EPA sued by liberal states to force o&g methane reductions; Panama LNG terminal to get U.S. commissioning cargo; and more!
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Other Energy Stories of Interest: Tue, Apr 10, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Sierra Club-backed WV anti-fracking event a flop-o-rama; National Lab looks to the future of fossil fuels; William Penn Foundation’s plan to create playground for elites; PA loses 1 rig, OH & WV each gain 1; FERC commissioner says New England faces “horror story” of expensive power; natgas prices unmoved by snow and low inventories; Bahrain shale find puts world oil market on notice; Canadia shale drawing super-major interest; and more!
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Other Energy Stories of Interest: Mon, Apr 9, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Pittsburgh lawyer co-founds software co aimed at Marcellus; EQT interim CEO making $850,000/yr; court approves PES bankruptcy plan; climate lawsuit suffers another blow in federal court; CO2 emissions from power plants at lowest levels since 1988–thx to shale; corp raiders forcing smaller shale players to consider M&A; 7% of all fossil fuels never burned; Kinder Morgan threatens to scrap Trans Mountain pipe project in Canada; and more!
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Other Energy Stories of Interest: Fri, Apr 6, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Ace Pipeline sues EQT for breach of contract in pipeline construction; OH Utica well permits rebound in March; study finds natgas is NOT the reason for coal decline; PUC pushes CHP technology; 3,600 megawatts of electric generating retiring in 2018 in PJM; Sunoco to meet with Chester County officials re pipeline plan; New England desperate to stop 1,600 megawatts of gas-fired electric generation from retiring; Permian’s looming natgas bottleneck; former Chesapeake co-founder Tom Ward buys assets from Chesapeake; Steve Forbes writes on lefty mayors suing oil/gas companies; and more!
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Other Energy Stories of Interest: Thu, Apr 5, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Lauren Barr Katarski joins Bravo Group’s energy and environmental practice; natgas coming to homes and businesses in Tunkhannock, PA; Permian price differential widening on wave of new crude; CT residents curious about natgas pipeline expansion; US crude production grew 5% in 2017, heading for record in 2018; cyberattack affects at least four pipeline systems; fracking, BREXIT and an oil and gas shale bonanza; and more!
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Other Energy Stories of Interest: Wed, Apr 4, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Six permits awarded in Ohio Utica last week; study verifies Appalachia’s petechem advantage; Freeport, PA voting on XTO wells this month; merger forms largest Permian shale driller; western natgas markets whacked by other regions; American concerns over energy near record lows; Baker Hughes considers selling gas metering biz; big US money behind Canadian pipeline protests; Cuadrilla completes drilling UK’s first shale well; and more!
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Other Energy Stories of Interest: Tue, Apr 3, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Fed grant helps buy 4 CNG buses for NEPA; son of fractivist trial lawyer harasses CAMA in Potter County; WV Gov. Justice signs co-tenancy bill into law; two crackers could yield big dividends in Ohio Valley; Unimim & Fairmount Santrol announce management team post-merger; Duke Energy gas-fired plant in Florida nears startup; LNG protesters on Pacific Coast illegally block PSE HQ; natgas storage capacity expanded, slightly, in 2017; China plans to double LNG capacity; Japan sees LNG as opportunity; and more!
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Other Energy Stories of Interest: Mon, Apr 2, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: FirstEnergy Generation bankruptcy puts OH, PA nuke plants in jeopardy; Atlantic Sunrise Pipe clipped for unauthorized form of drilling; PA DEP Secretary goes on the record with Platts; pig poop to the rescue in NC; DOE Sec. Perry praises Trump energy policies, LNG exports; U.S. heading for a natgas surplus; longer shale well laterals lead to more M&A activity; judge dismisses Exxon lawsuit to block AG climate change hoaxers; first Sabine Pass LNG cargo arrives in India; Europe’s biggest natgas field to close, permanently; German kicks out Russian diplomats while authorizing Russian pipeline; and more!
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