Shale Insight 2016 Conference Brings the Gas World to Pittsburgh

For three days at the end of September, Pittsburgh was at the epicenter of the oil and gas world as the sixth annual edition of Shale Insight 2016 came to the David L Lawrence Convention Center. Keynote speaker for the event was presidential candidate Donald Trump, who told a largely sympathetic audience that he favored […]

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Week in Review: March 28th

Amid Coal Bankruptcies, Miners to Rally in Waynesburg for Benefits – Power Source By Daniel Moore Over 5,000 members of the United Mine Workers of America came to Waynesburg, PA to save pensions and healthcare programs for retiring miners. Financial burdens have swept the industry, forcing the annulment of union contracts. During bankruptcy procedures, judges […]

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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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Shell meets air, water standards set by Pittsburgh organization

Power Source Royal Dutch Shell’s Appalachian operations received a certification for meeting 15 performance standards targeting improvements to shale gas development, the Pittsburgh-based Center for Sustainable Shale Development said Wednesday. The performance standards — which aim to go beyond existing shale regulations in the Marcellus and Utica shale states of Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia […]

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Large Reserve of Utica Shale Gas Could Lie Beneath State Forest Land

State Impact By Susan Phillips Tapping the Utica Shale in north central Pennsylvania could become the state’s next natural gas drilling boom, at least once the pipelines get built. Seneca Resources has announced the successful completion of a well on state forest land in Tioga County. Seneca, a subsidiary of National Fuel Gas Company, says […]

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Natural Gas Production Rises in Feb, Keeps Strain on Prices

Zacks By Nilanjan Choudhury The supply glut from the shale drilling bonanza meant that February was another month when U.S. natural gas production from the Lower 48 states kept growing. As per the latest report from Bentek Energy – the forecasting unit of Platts – February natural gas production was up 1.3% from January to 72.3 […]

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