Category: Natural gas

Guest commentary: America’s new and improved energy mix

Demand for alternative energy sources is untethered from oil and natural gas prices, the writers argue.  More »

Kinder Morgan looks to expand natural gas route to Mexico

If shippers sign on, Kinder Morgan would likely turn dirt on the $38 million upgrade with a completion date of mid-2017.  More »

BP sells UK natural gas midstream assets

BP will raise $486 million selling its stake in a natural-gas transportation system in the U.K. North Sea.  More »

Report: Man-made earthquakes shake over a dozen areas in US

The man-made quakes jolted once stable regions in eight states, including parts of Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma and Texas, according to researchers at the U.S. Geological Survey.  More »

CERAWeek: Mexico’s power markets draw on past privatizations

Regulators at one point had made a chart tracking the origins of the many different elements of Mexico’s regulatory scheme.  More »

CERAWeek: Freeport CEO says U.S. is only in the “fourth inning” of natural gas development

The flood of natural gas unleashed by the shale boom is shaping the North American economy in wide-reaching and disparate ways, a panel of top gas industry executives said Wednesday.  More »

CERAWeek: With ample U.S. gas, LNG export debate is over, Cheniere CEO says

Companies no longer need to follow Cheniere’s business model and invest billions of dollars to wrestle their way into an increasingly crowded market to sell liquefied natural gas overseas, CEO Charif Souki said Wednesday.  More »

CERAWeek: Blackstone exec says don’t worry about U.S. LNG project overbuild

The CEO of Blackstone’s energy arm says there’s little chance U.S. liquefied natural gas firms will build more export facilities than the global market can handle now that oil prices have collapsed.  More »

CERAWeek: Europe’s natural gas network is lacking, Eni boss says

Europe’s natural gas markets have been handicapped by a lack of infrastructure, essentially creating many separate segments instead of one united market, CEO Claudio Descalzi told CERAWeek attendees.  More »

CERAWeek: Weaker LNG projects could “lose their nerve” amid a slowdown, Parallax CEO says

Falling oil prices are pumping the brakes on the global liquefied natural gas market, forcing a much-needed cooling-off period for a white hot market that has rapidly expanded in recent years, a panel of LNG experts said Wednesday.  More »

CERAWeek: Latin America bets on LNG

Liquefied natural gas imports will fuel the future economic growth of Latin America, a panel of the region’s executives told IHS Energy CERAWeek attendees Wednesday morning.  More »

CERAWeek Day Three: Rich Kinder, Charif Souki, Joe Kaeser

Day Three of the annual conference shifts to natural gas, and will feature speakers like Charif Souki, CEO of Cheniere Energy, which is building a pair of massive natural gas exports terminals in Texas.  More »

Encana said to explore sale of Haynesville gas properties

Encana is unloading gas assets to better focus on drilling for oil and liquids such as condensate.  More »

More gas found in Algeria region hit by 2013 hostage-taking

An al-Qaida splinter attacked the nearby Ain Amenas gas plant in January 2013, resulting in the death of 40 plant workers, mostly foreigners.  More »

Monday at the Capitol: Legislation would rename the state’s ‘worst-named agency’

It’s been said that the Texas Railroad Commission is the worst-named agency in the state. And that’s not according to an agency detractor, but from a former chairperson. The Texas Railroad Commission has absolutely no authority over railroads. Surveys have shown wide confusion about its responsibilities. But Texas home and business owners – whether they know it […]  More »
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