Marcellus Shale Update
Week of August 24, 2018
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Shale Law Weekly Review
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Top Picks - Articles of the Week
Blocking construction of infrastructure, such as pipelines, is one way of doing ... "You can count on, I think, two fingers the number of gas pipeline projects ... in the Marcellus Shale — all because you couldn't build the pipe to connect ...
With the International Maritime Organization set to carry out new shipping emissions standards in 2020, analysts expect a dramatic increase in diesel fuel demand and an oversupply of high-sulfur fuel oil. The new rules, which prohibit shipping vessels from using fuel with a sulfur content higher than 0.5%, should increase demand for compliant products.
~~State Related Items~~
Investigators say a woman has been arrested for allegedly stealing gas royalty payments from a Bradford County man. Authorities say 50-year-old ...
Bluefield Daily Telegraph
A 42-inch diameter pipe, it would carry natural gas from the Marcellus Shale area in West Virginia to Chatham, Va, crossing Summers and Monroe ...
Rover is a 713-mile natural gas pipeline that transports domestically produced natural gas from the Marcellus and Utica production areas to markets ...
Over the weekend, four opponents of the Bayou Bridge pipeline and an ... Like the Dakota Access pipeline, the Bayou Bridge project has faced intense ... still considering similar legislation, like Pennsylvania, from moving forward.
This is good news for the liquefied natural gas (LNG) and refining industries as LNG and diesel are the cleanest option to meet this regulation.
The News International
SINGAPORE/DHAKA: Bangladesh has started operations at the country´s first liquefied natural gas (LNG) terminal, the country´s energy minister said ...
Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide
Japan's Mitsubishi has agreed to acquire a 25% interest in Bangladesh's Summit LNG import project, which includes a floating, storage and ...
S&P Global Platts
Kogas is pushing to build its fifth LNG storage terminal with a capacity of 2 million kiloliters by 2031, raising its LNG storage capacity to 13.47 million ...
Indianapolis Business Journal
The shift comes amid a growing debate over U.S. vehicle emission ... burn diesel and the Columbus-based company has some that use natural gas.
A startup called Biota is analyzing bacteria living in shale oil deposits in an effort to develop mapping techniques that rely on their genetic distinctiveness. The analysis can help determine which supply a well is tapping, leading to more productive and efficient supply targeting.
"Today, because of innovation, because of technology, we're the number one oil and gas producing country in the world. American LNG is now going ...
The adoption by drillers of fracking technology to unlock oil and gas from shale rock expanded U.S. production dramatically starting a decade ago.
The U.S. sanctions on Russia have affected investment in Russian oil and gas exploration projects, U.S. officials say, while Congress is considering ...