U.S. gas supplies up 10 percent in 2 years — assessment
A steady clip of shale gas discoveries is behind a new estimate that the country has 3,141 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of future natural gas supplies, 10 percent more than analysts knew of just two years ago.
Ohio takes legal action over Rover construction violations
The state of Ohio is initiating legal action against Energy Transfer Partners LP, the company behind the $4.2 billion Rover pipeline, in response to a series of construction mishaps leading to nearly $1 million in fines that regulators say the company is doing little to address.
LNG a test case for Trump's energy 'dominance'
In his visit to the Energy Department last week, President Trump reveled in the "America First" image of the United States as the new global energy superpower, with rising cargoes of U.S. oil, coal, natural gas and petroleum products criss-crossing the seas. But a true test for Trump is what his administration can actually do to dramatically accelerate penetration of U.S. energy exports in glutted global markets that are ruled by low prices and stiff competition.
Regulator strips public forum from Aug. pipeline hearing
The Nebraska Public Service Commission will hold its fourth public meeting next month on the Keystone XL pipeline project, replacing a planned opportunity for ordinary citizens to weigh in at a key hearing in August.
Axed contract raises questions for aging Mich. line
Michigan regulators yesterday canceled the contract for a risk analysis being conducted on the region's aging Line 5 pipeline after a conflict of interest was discovered related to an employee of the contractor conducting the study.