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- Gassed up and ready to go
- Maximize Benefits From Natural Gas Development
- Industry reps: Pipeline work available soon in West Virginia
- Local lawmakers: Pipelines could have economic benefits
- Pipelines Help Hold Down Energy Costs
- Federal judge grants immediate access to disputed properties along MVP path
- Antero Resources projects 20 percent production increase in year ahead
- Chevron Invests $630K to Boost ShaleNET Programs
- China Energy MOU impact paying dividends for Northern Panhandle properties
- US FERC approves two major TransCanada gas pipeline expansions
- Private Project of the Year: Antero Resources’ Clearwater Facility
- Natural Gas Customers in West Virginia Pocket $4.3 Billion Since Development of Marcellus Shale
- State's greatest period of infrastructure development at hand
- Letter: WV on cusp of major development with natural gas pipeline projects
- Several Southern West Virginia counties to receive $8 million from oil and natural gas property taxes
- OIL/GAS PROPERTY TAXES TO PROVIDE $96 MILLION TO COUNTY GOVERNMENTS
We applaud U.S. District Judge Scott Skavdahl’s decision blocking the efforts of the Interior Department’s Bureau of Land Management to set more stringent standards for hydraulic fracturing on public lands.
Skavdahl, based in Wyoming, made the ruling last week, saying that the department didn’t have the authority to set tougher standards.
His ruling said that Congress would have to give the Interior Department the authority to make the new regulations lawful, finding that the agency’s effort “is in excess of its statutory authority and contrary to law,” the Wall Street Journal reported.
Charleston, W.Va.(June 28, 2016) – Natural gas companies located in West Virginia today announced a combined donation of more than $350,000 to the America Red Cross West Virginia Region for flood recovery and disaster assistance efforts resulting from last week’s torrential flooding in parts of the state.
Robert Orndorff, Dominion Resources’ State Director of Public Affairs, notified the Red Cross of the gift today on behalf of the industry partners.
“Last week’s flood has impacted the entire state. We live here, have offices here, and local employees here. West Virginians support each other during tough times, and the gas industry is proud to be part of that tradition.” said Orndorff. “We are thankful for the American Red Cross’ great work during disasters and hope this donation will go a long way in helping them assist West Virginians in this time of need as they recover from the devastating flood waters.”
CHARLESTON — “The history of the oil and natural gas industry worldwide is closely linked to the industry’s birth, growth and expansion in West Virginia. … In fact, the world’s petroleum industry had its roots in West Virginia.” — “A Century of Service.”
That statement, from the foreword of “A Century of Service,” a history of the West Virginia Oil and Natural Gas Association, starts the insight for readers of the new book dedicated to development of WVONGA and the state’s oil and natural gas industry.