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Nick Grealy is one of the leading advocates of shale gas in Europe. As well as being the publisher of the site No Hot Air, Nick consults on the impact of shale gas, and has appeared in front of UK Parliamentary Committees and on such shows as BBC’s Newsnight to discuss the topic. Nick is very passionate, […]
U.S. District Judge William Smith said that the high court’s decision means he is limited to fining Southern Union Co. $500,000 or the equivalent in community service
Onshore natural gas stole the attention of offshore experts Monday morning at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston.
Inergy Midstream LP, the pipeline partnership that began trading publicly 18 months ago, agreed to buy Crestwood Midstream Partners LP for $1.25 billion in stock and cash, adding natural gas processing capabilities as it seeks to capitalize on rising U.S. output of the fuel.
Anti-fracking laws passed in two New York towns were upheld by an appeals court, which rejected arguments by a dairy farm and a Norwegian energy company that the bans are superceded by state law.
Natural gas futures dropped the most in nine months in New York after a government report showed that U.S. stockpiles expanded by more than forecast.
Chesapeake Energy Corp. boosted production and reported better-than-expected earnings for the first quarter, despite continued struggles with debt.
A sparsely populated county in northern New Mexico has taken aim at the oil and natural gas industry, approving an ordinance that outlaws the extraction of the natural resources and puts the county’s decision-making rights ahead of business interests and federal and state permits.
State-backed Oil & Natural Gas Corp. (ONGC) and Oil India Ltd. (OINL) are the leading joint bidders for the stake in a Mozambique gas field being sold by Anadarko Petroleum Corp. (APC) and Videocon Industries Ltd. (VCLF), three people with knowledge of the discussions said.
For AT&T Inc. (T), the decision to introduce natural gas vehicles to the company’s fleet in 2008 proved well-timed, as the price gap between gas and diesel soared to an all-time high that summer.