Pipeline damaged by blast in West Virginia had been shut down since early June.
The independent oil and gas company is producing 2.1 Bcf/d of natural gas and has a goal of reaching 3.7 Bcf/d, its CEO told an industry luncheon at the Houston Petroleum Club.
Carlson explains why he hopes the industry doesn’t see production growth and infrastructure development balance out anytime soon.
The Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission on July 12 unanimously rejected a petition by Buckeye Partners to reverse a western portion of the Laurel product pipeline that connects Philadelphia area refiners to the Pittsburgh market.
However, strong demand propels gas imports to 31% above a year ago.
Also in the headlines this week, the EIA reported U.S. crude stocks fell nearly 13 million barrels last week. Oil prices rebounded on the news but then later retreated
Promising outlook for ethane’s growth could be threatened by trade troubles with China.
Long dominated by deals struck in secret, the $230 billion LNG industry is slowly seeing light as global traders push for more transparency in the booming market.
The Kremlin on July 12 rejected President Donald Trump's description of Germany as a "captive" of Russia due to its energy reliance, saying his statement was part of a U.S. campaign to bully Europe into buying American energy supplies.
President Donald Trump accused Germany of being a “captive” of Russia on July 11 as Western leaders gathered in Brussels for a NATO summit where Trump wants Europeans to pay more for their own defense.