Energy Stories of Interest: Mon, Aug 20, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: PA Republican legislators urge DEP to reconsider 250% shale permit increase; Shell’s wetland restoration in Washington County done; vision for converting western NY power plant from coal to gas; Cheniere cleared to intro feed gas into Corpus Christi LNG Train 1; US takes top spot in world for reducing CO2–without Kyoto and Paris accords; can US shale stop global oil supply “crisis”?; NAFTA deal with Mexico close, will increase natgas trade; big companies signing LNG deals left and right to lock in prices; and more!
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Energy Stories of Interest: Fri, Aug 17, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Dominion once again offering $1 million to local nonprofits; Allegheny County Health Dept. investigating frack sand terminal; Pennsylvanians have a clear choice for US Senator–Lou; wackos protest in Albany to ask Cuomo to stop coal plant from converting to natgas; there is a stable market for coal aside from electric generation; Mexico’s new president rolling back free market reforms in oil & gas; does OPEC really have the oil supplies it claims?; and more!
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Energy Stories of Interest: Thu, Aug 16, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Public forum set for new natgas pipeline in Rochester, NY area; rig count in Utica climbs by 2 to 20; US-China dispute may delay Magnolia LNG construction; judge overturns Idaho’s forced pooling reg in court case; SEC drops #ExxonKnew investigation; scientists invent mineral to soak up CO2 out of atmosphere; plastics industry flourishes thx to shale; Canada’s Quebec looking for LNG suppliers; China can’t shake US oil addiction; and more!
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Energy Stories of Interest: Wed, Aug 15, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Monaca gets $3M for new gateway project to ethane cracker; Philadelphia Energy Solutions quietly installs new board & CEO; well plugging economics for Diversified; shale boom removes natgas price volatility; delays in Mexico pipes limite US natgas pipeline exports; Europe is getting serious about buying US LNG; and more!
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Energy Stories of Interest: Tue, Aug 14, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Time to contain the sand blowing around Stowe; what DRBC should be doing instead of playing fracking games; bust doesn’t always follow oil and gas boom; US refineries running at near-record levels; new video – Putin’s useful American eco-idiots; top 5 industry shifts fueling the future of drilling; frackers burn cash to keep the oil boom going; China cuts off nose to spite its won face re LNG tariffs; and more!
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Energy Stories of Interest: Mon, Aug 13, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Eight permits awarded in OH Utica last week; another surcharge on your PA gas bill?; WV gas industry pushing for electric plants; fracking industry in Pittsburgh offers a different sort of high-tech job; WVU shale lab digs into M-U permeability testing; water company ordered to pay back wages; Cheniere inks 25-year deal with Taiwan; Toshiba looks to unload US LNG contracts; Bank of the West turns hostile to fossil fuel industry; Solaris Oilfield hires former Range Resources COO for board; and more!
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Energy Stories of Interest: Fri, Aug 10, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Local natgas projects need to be stopped–from a loon in Ithaca; drilling for miles in the Marcellus – laterals reach new lengths; non-impact uses of impact fee money in PA; WV House panel vots to impeach entire WV Supreme Court; pipeline getting expanded in Maine; trade war spooks oil and gas exports; natgas storage numbers still down, but prices remain the same; energy conference calls climate change “fake”; EU wants US to cut red tape for LNG exports; Nigeria – the next natgas giant?; and more!
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Energy Stories of Interest: Thu, Aug 9, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Repurposing existing pipelines is safe AND necessary; Roanoke radical activist booted from state board following misuse of credentials to protest pipeline; why your family left New York (and other families are too); China LNG tariffs may affect Permian oil drilling; shale drillers boosting capital expenditures this year; investment advisory firms outed as political hucksters trying to pressure fossil fuel companies; Goldman Sachs tries to buy tanker full of LNG; Russians producing more LNG from Arctic; the shale boom that will never happen, in Mexico; and more!
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Energy Stories of Interest: Wed, Aug 8, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Chevron Appalachia president says to seize the day now, or lose out; PA teachers union invests $211M in Williams; S&B Engineers moves to larger office in Canonsburg; Enbridge says NEXUS Pipeline will go online by end of 3Q; gov candidate Wagner backpedals (a little) on climate change hoax; EIA natgas price forecast “sags” this year and next; WSJ article says to quit blaming “climate change” for every weather event; and more!
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Energy Stories of Interest: Tue, Aug 7, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Chesapeake leaving OH, but not done drilling yet; IOGA WV chief says future natgas prices flat; Rochester, NY industrial park celebrates converting from coal to natgas; national rig count down by 4, 3 of them in WV; high paying Utica jobs for the taking; NC county considers voting against MVP pipeline; new national natgas coalition forms; what to expect in natgas usage by power plants in August; and more!
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Energy Stories of Interest: Mon, Aug 6, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Virtual pipeline trucks face backlash from antis in Otsego County, NY; Luzerne County gets 2 new CNG buses; unions bash NYC Mayor de Blasio over fossil fuel divestment; 7 people injured in pipeline explosion in Texas; natgas price spike predicted yet again; Energy Transfer CEO says a “monkey” can make money in pipeline biz; China slaps US LNG imports with 25% tariff; despite “trade war,” US LNG exports boom to new record highs; and more!
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Energy Stories of Interest: Fri, Aug 3, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: WV #1 in economic growth for 2017 – thx to shale; push on for 4-lane highway between Columbus & Pittsburgh; Porter Wright adds energy partner in Pittsburgh; Permian drillers beginning to use LNG to power rigs; lessons from country’s largest wind farm project (now canceled); EIA storage report may lead to higher prices; ETE buying ETP in $27B all-unit deal; and more!
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Energy Stories of Interest: Thu, Aug 2, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Shale gas saving PA on energy costs; Earthworks’ failure highlights perception vs reality in OH; CELDF back to selling bill of goods in Columbus; why does Geisinger continue to advance fractivist junk science?; shale reality check; Trump’s vision for world energy dominance under threat; gas prices will remain low for foreseeable future; 7 things to know about EPA’s Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler; Rick Perry says U.S. net energy exporter in 18 months; Mexico to commit fracking suicide with ban; and more!
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Energy Stories of Interest: Wed, Aug 1, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: Sulfur dioxide emissions in M-U plung thx to shale; Hilcorp seeks 3 new Utica permits in Columbiana County; cleaning up NY’s peakers; Forge the Future Summit meets in Pittsburgh; SCANA approves merger with Dominion; Greenpeace launches propane-fueled blimp…to protest fossil fuels (dopes); Wisconsin frac sand wars; Florida power plant gets key backing; Williams adds former NY State investment guru to board; Europe won’t buy US LNG, but Europeans might; cities suing Big Oil should worry about damage awards from tossed lawsuits; 500 fewer wells getting drilled in Canada this year; Kuwait wants a $1.1B loan–for shale drilling; and more!
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Energy Stories of Interest: Tue, Jul 31, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: UGI CNG filling station will lower customer natgas bills; Pittsburgh energy attorney nominated by Trump for U.S. District judge seat in PA; judge dismisses San Fran’s climate lawsuit because global warming is a global issue; U.S. energy costs are going down, thx to shale; U.S. crude oil production/exports hit record highs; U.S. GDP through the roof thx to shale; Supreme Court refuses to toss children’s climate lawsuit; Congress wants to give FERC workers a raise; Saudi-Russia mega cartel just a pipe dream; Europe pledges to take more U.S. gas; and more!
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Energy Stories of Interest: Mon, Jul 30, 2018

The “best of the rest”–stories that caught MDN’s eye that you may be interested in reading: MDS raises $31.5M, opens Pittsburgh branch office; Polymer Alliance Zone adds 2 more WV counties; VA Dems ask gov to block pipelines; MVP protester sentenced to jail; natgas boom pays off for Doddridge, WV schools; how BP found shale profits with “crystal ball”; the U.S. is still global natgas king; when will fractivists apologize?; the next round of U.S. LNG export terminals; is digitization living up to hype for oil & gas?; Trump says Europe to buy boatloads of LNG; and more!
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