Marcellus Shale Update
Week of February 1, 2019
Each week the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau Compiles articles related to Marcellus Shale gas exploration and development for educational purposes and the benefit of interested groups and individuals.
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Shale Law Weekly Review
Published every Monday, the Penn State Shale Law Blog presents the Shale Law Weekly Review which provides an update of recent, local, state, national, and international legal developments relevant to shale gas.
Penn State Shale Law Blog
Top Picks - Articles of the Week
Pennsylvania, the nation's second largest natural gas producing state after Texas, may be poised to decide an important issue in the evolving law of ...
~ Regulatory ~
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission's Independent Bureau of Investigation and ... 20 along the Mariner East 1 pipeline right-of-way.
~~State Related Items~~
“Having the capacity to accommodate extensions brings development ... as proceeds from the Marcellus Shale Impact Fee legislation, Act 13 of 2012.
The state awarded $92,797.31 of Act 13 Impact Fees for 2017. The amount represents an increase over about $74,000 awarded to the county the ...
Detroit Free Press
Michigan auto manufacturers are canceling shifts to reduce natural gas use after Consumers Energy made a plea for help Wednesday night in the ...
The top court's ruling released Thursday overturns two lower court decisions ... that means energy companies could walk away from old oil and gas wells, ... Under current rules, they can continue to sit idle so long as lease payments ...
The Edge Markets MY
KUALA LUMPUR (Jan 30): Online recruitment activity in the oil and gas (O&G) sector remained positive throughout 2018, up by 8 per cent ...
UGI is making its case to hike natural gas rates in its north district 8.5 ... $1 billion in infrastructure, facilities and technology investments that current ...
Natural-gas prices finished Wednesday at their lowest in four months, even as a ... Ordinarily, gas prices would rocket higher amid lower temperatures ...
... reduce gas production by causing freeze-offs in the Marcellus and Utica shale, the nation's biggest gas producing region, in Pennsylvania, Ohio and ...
~Policy and Political~
The Times Herald
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Gov. Tom Wolf said Thursday that he will ask Pennsylvania lawmakers to approve a severance tax on Marcellus Shale ...
MIT Technology Review
Both China and Russia are capable of launching cyberattacks that could ... on US infrastructure (it provides the example of natural-gas pipelines), with the ... Future tech: The report says the technology-related risks it identifies will ...
... working on the second and third LNG depots close to the first project. ... part in a proposed project to build an LNG terminal in Murmansk, he said.