Critics say corporate relationships may be distorting market needs
Natural gas pipeline permitting should be completely overhauled to more critically assess shippers' claims around the market need for their pipelines, industry critics charge in a new report out today.
FERC OKs Rover work with a warning on compliance
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission yesterday authorized an Energy Transfer Partners LP subsidiary to resume tunneling work that regulators had put on hold after a massive drilling fluid spill in wetlands near the Tuscarawas River in Ohio in April.
Natural gas, oil loom large in fuel mix for decades — EIA
Fossil fuels will continue to dominate the world energy mix as far as the eye can see, according to federal energy analysts, making up 77 percent of energy use in 2040, while renewables, despite growing faster than any other fuel source during the coming years, will represent just 17 percent of world energy consumption by 2040.
For Gulf Coast LNG industry, 'cosmetic' storm damage equals success
The natural gas export industry came through the one-two punch of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma with minimal damage, with the U.S.'s only currently operating export terminal producing through the storms and minimal reported damage at facilities under construction.
BP aims to raise $100M this year with spinoff plan
BP PLC is following in the footsteps of Royal Dutch Shell PLC and other energy companies in spinning off a portion of its pipeline assets as a tax-advantaged "master limited partnership" company, in a move that will raise cash for the British company.