South Point Energy Center in Arizona. The US is already on its way to lower emissions. (Calpine) Global Markets

Will Paris damage Brand USA?

Will the United States’s withdrawal from the Paris agreement make LNG importers wary of ‘Made in America’? Experts are divided.

By The Wildcat 8 June 2017
LNG gas storage tank in Everett, Massachusetts, US. If demand fails to draw enough volumes out of storage, capacity could fill completely. (PA) Supply & Demand

Storage limits may force shut-ins

Near-capacity storage levels are threatening to choke off the growth in US gas output

18 January 2012
Supply & Demand

Range Resources produces record 17.7 MMcm/d of gas equivalent

United States independent Range Resources produced a record 17.7 MMcm/d of gas equivalent in the fourth quarter of 2011, up by 16% over both the previous quarter and year-on-year.

17 January 2012
Gas for Transport

Transport’s impact on US gas market to remain muted

Greater gas consumption in the transport sector could drive US gas demand in the long term however logistical difficulties could prevent significant short-term impact

17 January 2012
Companies & Finance

US upstream M&A

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) activity in the United States’ upstream oil and gas sector hit record highs in 2011, both in terms of deal values and deal counts, according to the Global M&A Transactions Database of Houston-based oil and gas information service PLS.

16 January 2012
Companies & Finance

Canadian pipeline giants in $3.1 billion tie-up

Canadian midstream giant Pembina Pipeline announced on Monday that it had acquired fellow infrastructure company Provident Energy for C$3.2 billion ($3.14 billion), in the largest Canadian pipeline deal since 2005.

16 January 2012
Pipelines, Storage & Power

Power sector fuel switching could slow in 2012

Low gas prices have led United States power generators to move away from coal as a feedstock, but the pace of price-induced fuel switching may slow despite expectations of a further drop in gas prices

13 January 2012
Exploration & Production

Chevron, Statoil and Repsol reach agreement on Canada exploration

Chevron, Statoil, and Repsol announced they have reached agreements on joint exploration offshore Canada on Thursday.

13 January 2012
In the Marcellus, a lack of ethane takeaway capacity has led producers to market ethane as gas, at gas prices, according to Bentek Energy. (PA) Pipelines, Storage & Power

US liquids drive prompts demand for NGL outlets

Although the United States has seen strong growth in natural gas liquid production due to producers in shale plays shifting drilling to areas with greater liquids yield, poor infrastructure may hold b

12 January 2012
Companies & Finance

Enbridge’s $550 mln bond sale delayed

Enbridge’s planned $550 million bond sale in the United States was delayed indefinitely on Wednesday, one day after the Canadian pipeline company reported a small gas leak in the Gulf of Mexico, said the Wall Street Journal.

12 January 2012
Companies & Finance

El Paso E&P assets proving tough sell for Kinder Morgan

United States pipeline giant Kinder Morgan may sell El Paso’s exploration and production assets (EPEP) piece by piece, given the absence of a buyer for the entire division.

12 January 2012
Exploration & Production

New York portion of Marcellus shale may remain off-limits

Oil and gas producers in New York state face an uphill battle to develop their portion of the Marcellus shale, because of environmental opposition to new permitting and potentially prohibitive regulat

11 January 2012
Exploration & Production

Oneok starts up Garden Creek

United States gas distributor Oneok has started up its new 100 MMcf (2.83 MMcm) per day Garden Creek natural gas processing facility in North Dakota, which takes associated gas from Bakken shale production.

11 January 2012
With gas storage at elevated levels, the market needs demand growth to absorb the excess. (BP plc) Supply & Demand

Banks forge bearish consensus on US prices

Expectations that gas prices will remain low in 2012 reflect a broad consensus that supply growth will continue to outpace increases in domestic demand.

10 January 2012
LNG

Hess abandons Crown Landing LNG plans

United States oil company Hess’ LNG affiliate has abandoned plans to site, build, and operate the proposed 33.98 MMcm/d Crown Landing LNG import terminal in Gloucester County, New Jersey.

10 January 2012
Companies & Finance

Nexen president and chief exec departs

Canadian independent Nexen announced the immediate departure of President and Chief Executive Marvin Romanow and Executive Vice-President for Canada Gary Nieuwenburg on 9 January. No reason was given for the change.

10 January 2012
Exploration & Production

Health effects of shale should be studied – conference

The public health effects of shale gas development need to be studied as production rapidly spreads in the United States, said Jerome Paulson, of the Mid-Atlantic Centre for Children's Health and the Environment, at a conference focused on shale gas and public health on Monday.

10 January 2012
Reduced hedging volumes may impact drilling activity if natural gas prices remain depressed. (PA) Supply & Demand

Hedging pullback may signal drilling slowdown

United States natural gas producers are not hedging 2013 volumes as much as previous years, which could mean less production and much-needed support for the country's gas prices

9 January 2012
Supply & Demand

Alaska governor calls for new LNG export plant

Alaska governor Sean Parnell is seeking the support of ExxonMobil, BP and ConocoPhillips for a new LNG liquefaction plant to export North Slope natural gas.

9 January 2012
Pipelines, Storage & Power

An electric future for gas

The electrification of the global transport sector could see gas demand soar in coming years as it offers the best option for power generators to increase capacity without the carbon emissions associa

6 January 2012
Potential new regulations governing fracking could undermine US prospects for LNG exports. (PA) Exploration & Production

Regulation threatens US LNG ambitions

Potential US energy policy developments, such as new regulations governing fracking, could undermine prospects for future exports

5 January 2012

About 2,183 article(s)

1 100 101 102 103 104 110