3 hrs ago
The Brattleboro Reformer
No deal, but talks ongoing in TransCanada dispute
Though a sit-down meeting did not produce a solution, some of those involved in a lengthy legal dispute over the value of two hydroelectric stations still believe the case may not have to go to trial.
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4 hrs ago
Nanaimo News Bulletin
Duke Point a priority for new port chairman
Jeet Manhas, who has served as a board director since 2010, was elected as board chairman at a recent meeting, taking over for outgoing chairman Bob Bennie.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Pennsylvanians win in Commonwealth Court ruling
Municipalities that have been charging the castle over Act 13, the state's two-year-old oil and gas drilling law, didn't get everything they wanted in Commonwealth Court last week, but they got enough that they could wave the victory flag.
Energy giants submit LNG export application for Alaska project
Pictured: Shoupe Glacier in Alaska. The team behind the Alaska LNG project has submitted an application to the U.S. Department of Energy for exporting liquefied natural gas.
Companies file export application for Alaska LNG
The companies pursuing a major liquefied natural gas project in Alaska have applied for an export license with the U.S. Department of Energy.
Port Orchard Independent
Don Brunell | Plenty of jobs abound in Dakotas
While both states rely on agriculture, North Dakota's Bakken oil field is driving that state's economy, which boasts a 2.7 percent unemployment rate.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Don't let Pa.'s gas industry repeat the abuses of King Coal: PennLive letters
When the hard coal mining industry went defunct, it left behind abandoned breakers, huge culm banks, poisoned waterways, scarred landscapes and other environmental issues that had to be cleaned up by the taxpayers who didn't reap any of the profits from old King Coal.
The Weekly Oil And Gas Follies
Goodness, where to begin? The biggest news this week came from the college town of Denton, Texas, where the city council made the sensible decision not to enact a ban on hydraulic fracturing that had been brought to the council through a petition drive.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
TransCanada to Issue Second Quarter 2014 Financial Results July 31
Russ Girling, TransCanada president and chief executive officer, Don Marchand, executive vice-president and chief financial officer and members of the executive leadership team will discuss TransCanada's second quarter financial results and company developments at 2 p.m. / 4 p.m. .
The Miami Herald
Miami Springs to undergo 'emergency' gas pipeline repairs
A recent inspection of a gas pipeline that runs along Northwest 36th Street shows "critical anomalies" in the pipe that must be corrected "within five days," according to a July 14 letter sent to city officials by the Florida Gas Transmission Company.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Colorado Cleantech Industries Association Announces the Oil & Gas Cleantech Challenge
The Colorado Cleantech Industries Association announces the inaugural Oil & Gas Cleantech Challenge, a product innovation showcase in Denver, October 2, 2014.
Court further limits reach of gas drilling law
The Commonwealth Court decision threw out the Public Utility Commission's power to withhold drilling fee revenue from municipalities whose zoning it deems to illegally restrict drilling activity.
The First Perspective-Aboriginal
Landowner objects to TransCanada's confidentiality agreement
Michele Mitchell keeps a couple dozen horses and some cattle on her 17 hectares of land that TransCanada wants to cross with its proposed 900,000 barrels-a-day Grand Rapids pipeline.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Red Deer Advocate
First Nation pulls out of hearings into pipeline
An aboriginal group that lives in northern Alberta's oilsands region has withdrawn from a regulatory hearing into the proposed Grand Rapids crude pipeline, but the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation vowed to explore other ways to fight the $3-billion project.
The Citizens' Voice
State should study boom's health impact
Dr. Eli Avila, Pennsylvania's former health secretary, once tried to throw his weight around with a Harrisburg restaurant which he allegedly accused of serving old eggs.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
The Globe and Mail
In the heart of the oilsands, a new fight over pipelines
Canada's oil sands producers are facing a pipeline brouhaha in their own backyard that could threaten expansion plans by strangling their access to markets.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
TransCanada responds to questions about donation in Mattawa
Mattawa residents are worried that accepting TransCanada's donation may limit the town's ability to comment on the company's proposed $12-billion Energy East pipeline.
General Electric: Helping Clean Up The Canadian Oil Sands
In a very interesting column from Diane Francis in the Financial Post, General Electric and its CEO, Jeff Immelt, were mentioned as crucial players in developing Canada's oil sands.
The Evening Sun
Planning officials weigh in on future of natural gas
With the June ruling from the New York State Court of Appeals to uphold local governments' authority to control land use, pundits in the natural gas industry are uncertain of what the decision means for the future of natural gas in Chenango County.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
The Weekly Oil And Gas Follies
In which we drill down into the @GDBlackmon Twitter feed to briefly chronicle the week's silliness, shenanigans, fake news and real news related to the oil and natural gas industry.