Chron Energy Newslinks | 09.14.09 | Is the natural gas price slide over?

• Last’s week’s rise in nat gas prices may not be the big break many think it is, the FT warns, but it has at least one investor feeling bullish.

U.S. Natural Gas will resume selling some shares.

Gorgon a go, says Chevron of the massive offshore Australia LNG project.

• Alaska Gov. says North Slope producers must get behind one nat gas pipeline project, a stand the Anchorage paper says is “just right.”

• Texas (and University of Houston) hopes to play bigger role in wind power research.

• Driller’s leases have yet to pay out to property owners around Fort Worth.

• Chairman of Shell’s pay committee steps down amid turmoil.

• Canadian natural gas fields a hard sell for Exxon.

Halliburton cuts Carrollton jobs.

•A new message from climate bill supporters: it’s all about security. Victor Flatt says enforcement will also be a make-or-break with any climate bill.

• Better ties with West could improve Syrian oil outlook.

Europe gets nervous as winter approaches and Russia tightens its grip on oil.

Greenland’s untapped oil reserves get another look.