01.03.18

Cold snap drives gas prices, rekindles pipeline debate

Bitterly cold weather is causing a spike in natural gas prices that is rekindling debate over expanding pipelines to the region.

 

01.03.18

U.S. Energy Department directs $30 million to small oil, gas projects

Six small U.S. oil and natural gas drilling projects will receive about $30 million in federal funding for research and development to help achieve President Donald Trump's policy of boosting output of fossil fuels, the Energy Department (DOE) said on Wednesday.

 

01.02.18

United States To Leapfrog Russia In 2018 As The World's Top Oil Producer

U.S. Shale Oil: Growth Back On Track And Accelerating

 

01.02.18

Cold chills U.S. shale gas production as heating demand jumps

Cold weather gripping much of the United States is denting natural gas production in the nation's shale patches, with output of the heating fuel down more than 20 percent since last month in North Dakota's Bakken region, according to analyst estimates.

 

12.31.17

The Oil And Gas Situation: A Preview Of 2018

As 2017 comes to a freezing close, millions of citizens in New York state are keeping themselves warm and comfortable in their homes thanks to a plentiful supply of cheap natural gas.

 

12.31.17

Natural Gas Is The Flexibility Needed For More Wind And Solar

U.S. natural gas power plants continue to increase in efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but the high flexibility of these plants will also be increasingly critical in the years ahead.

 

12.29.17

U.S. crude, natural gas output at multi-year records in Oct: EIA

U.S. crude oil production in October rose to the highest in more than 46 years, while natural gas production leaped to a new record, U.S. Energy Information Administration data showed on Friday.

 

12.27.17

In Bad Trade Off, New England Forsakes Natural Gas For Petroleum

In New England, an overall concern for the environment and safety has actually led to further risks to the environment.

 

12.14.17

China suffers natural gas shortage as coal ban backfires

State-owned energy companies have invested billions of dollars to develop shale gas and other sources, but supplies have failed to keep pace with surging demand.

 

12.08.17

Drilling rig count rises to kick off December

West Texas' Permian Basin now accounts for 400 rigs, which is more than half of all the nation's oil rigs. The next most active area is Oklahoma's Cana-Woodford shale with 73 rigs...