Southcross announces completion of gas pipeline

By PennEnergy Editorial Staff Southcross Energy Partners, L.P. (SXE) (“Southcross”) today announced the completion of a 60,000 bbls/d Y-gradepipeline connecting Southcross’ Woodsboro processing facility to Southcross Holdings LP’s (“Holdings”) 63,000 bbls/d Robstown Fractionator (“Robstown”) near Corpus Christi, Texas and a 20,000 bbls/d propane pipeline from Southcross’ Bonnie View Fractionator to the Corpus Christi area for […]

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Gas Production Will Continue Soaring

Times Leader Online By Casey Junkins In a Marcellus shale region already flush with fracking, pipelining and processing, federal officials believe the formation will yield 147 trillion cubic feet of natural gas from now until 2040. That compares to a total of only 8 trillion cubic feet produced in the region from 1990-2014, according to […]

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Global power provider reveals oil, gas industry strategy change

Bakken Magazine By Luke Geiver David Dickert has experienced the impact of fluctuating oil prices during his time heading the oil and gas division for global temporary power provider Aggreko. Since entering the North American shale energy industry in plays ranging in location from the Bakken to Brazil, Dickert and his team believe they’ve found […]

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U.S. Industrial Natural Gas Usage Falls Unexpectedly

Power Source By Scott DiSavino U.S. manufacturers have not soaked up as much excess shale gas in the first half of 2015 as expected, but the shortfall may be an anomaly as a Gulf Coast manufacturing boom is poised to insulate the sector from seasonal demand fluctuations. Average industrial demand for gas in 2015 was […]

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Lowest Gas Prices in a Decade Projected for This Summer

Power Source By Daniel Moore Motorists filling up their tanks in the Pittsburgh area are paying on average 95 cents a gallon less than what they did one year ago. In fact, gas prices around Memorial Day have been much higher than Tuesday’s average of $2.90 a gallon for several years: $3.66 in 2013, $3.69 in 2012, […]

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Petroleum Association Supports Lifting U.S. Crude Export Ban

Akron Beacon Journal By BOB DOWNING From the Independent Petroleum Association of America today: WASHINGTON, D.C.– The Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA) and a coalition of energy trade associations sent a letter to Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Chairman Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska) and Senator Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.) in support of their bipartisan legislation […]

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Chief Oil & Gas is Committed to Local Communities

Natural Gas Now by Johnny Williams Freelance Journalist Having lived in northeastern Pennsylvania for the majority of my life, one thing I’ve learned over the years is that community is important here. Neighbors are more than willing to help each other and even help total strangers in need. Whether it’s assisting on a farm or […]

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