Natural Gas Intelligence
- Natural Gas Futures Bulls Cede Ground Despite ‘Strong’ EIA Storage Print
- Weakness Continues for Natural Gas Forwards, But Production Outlooks Provide Modest Support to Winter Strip
- Shell, Ecopetrol Form Deepwater Natural Gas Alliance Offshore Colombia
- TC Energy Targeting Gulf Coast LNG Growth with $1B-Plus Pipeline Expansion
- 4Q2019 Earnings: Antero Resources Cutting Jobs, Other Expenses to Help with Debt, Downturn
- More Oil, Natural Gas Dealmaking Said Likely in 2020 as Low Commodity Prices Sting
- EIA Storage Report Shows ‘Another Strong Number,’ But Natural Gas Traders Shrug
- More NatGas, Less Coal Contributed to Flat CO2 Emissions Growth in 2019, Says IEA
- DJ, Permian Delaware Steering Noble’s Lower 48 Growth, with Eagle Ford in Decline
- Regulators Begin California Wildfire Plan Review; PG&E Power Line Questioned
- Market Shifting Attention to EIA Storage Number as Natural Gas Futures Called Higher
- Cold at Last? Weather Models Boost Natural Gas Futures; Cash Rallies Too
- Natural Gas Forwards Weak Through Summer; Softer Production Growth Supports Winter Prices
- Maintenance Cuts U.S. Feed Gas Deliveries to Three-Week Lows at Export Terminals
- 4Q2019 Earnings: Dominion Ups Stakes in ACP, Targets Net Zero Emissions by 2050
The U.S. Department of Energy issued four long-term orders Monday authorizing exports of domestically produced liquefied natural gas from a quartet of proposed projects in Texas.
Ohio has contributed another $20 million to finish site preparation work in Belmont County for a proposed multi-billion dollar ethane cracker.
U.S. onshore permits climbed 12% to 2,612 in January from December, mostly from a rebound in the Permian Basin, but overall activity was sharply off from a year ago, according to a recap by Evercore ISI.
Under scrutiny from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, and facing criticism that it has impinged on the due process rights of pipeline challengers, FERC on Monday said it’s taking steps to address concerns over its handling of rehearing requests.
Natural gas prices remain bogged down and, despite an expected upturn beginning in the second quarter, are likely to average only $2.21/MMBtu this year...