May 30, 2013

May 30, 2013

PA officials optimistic about continued drilling success

FERC’s Wellinghoff to step down

Are nuclear power ETF’s back on track

Well results don’t shift Utica Shale potential

Chevron says Europe needs broad framework to explore shale gas

The US shale gas revolution and European renewables

Shale gas innovation contest expands

Pipelines the safe bet in shale gas revolution

With rising nat gas prices, utilities turn back to coal

Here’s why 1.2 bln people still don’t have access to electricity

New York tops list in electricity costs

Coal is making a comeback in 2013

Troubled power plants could save big bucks for NJ ratepayers




May 29, 2013

May 29, 2013

GE bets billions on oil and gas

Largest power grid operator reports energy auction prices drop

NRC takes hit for new building

Nuclear is the greenest energy

Look for long term successes from Utica Shale

Marcellus testing to start in Perry County

Chevron says Europe needs broad framework to explore shale gas

Nat gas export plan unites Oregon landowners against it

Israel could lose millions on nat gas discoveries due to lack of export policy

US coal exports help fuel economic recovery

US trees burned in British coal plants counted as renewable energy

Ohio electricity companies to take hit in wholesale power auction




May 28, 2013

May 28, 2013

GE to invest billions in fracking

US power grid under constant state of attack from hackers

Is nuclear energy’s lightbulb dimming?

Utica Shale hits triple digits

Marcellus Shale tax update

Deloitte: shale gas, oil potential increasingly apparent

Fracking invades SE Asia

Difference engine: fuel for the future?

The most popular natural gas play in America

Natural gas futures rebound

Researchers light magnetic fire and analyse how energy propogates









May 22, 2013

May 22, 2013

ConocoPhillips unlikely to make big buy

Utica Shale oil production up 93 percent in 2012

Southwestern closes on 162,000 acres in Marcellus Shale

When natural gas prices rise, who loses?

Another giant leap for natural gas exports

US senators hear mixed assessment of shale

Generators urge FERC to throw out ISO-NE memo on performance

Coal’s record slump poised to end on output cuts

Kentucky coal jobs at lowest level since state started counting in 1950

In the West, big coal makes a stand

When America stops importing energy

Five energy companies pouring money into lobbying





May 21, 2013

May 21, 2013

Chesapeake names successor to ex-Chief

Texas power grid poised to be put to test again

Nuclear power industry moves on from Fukushima meltdown

Utica Shale results not as big as expected

Marcellus boosts Wilkes Barre airport

Shale gas prompts $72 bln in planned chemical investments

Cheap shale gas from US in Lithuania

After coal, US aims to supply shale gas to EU

Natural gas just part of US energy solution

US marketed natural gas nearly flat in 2012

Romania changes course on renewable energy

FirstEnergy defends $1 bln deal for W.Va. power plant



May 17, 2013

May 17, 2013

PA coal plant to close

New group seeks to protect power grid from cyberattacks

New US Energy Sec confirmed

Utica Shale gas production ramping up slowly

State says Utica Shale to produce staggering amounts of oil, gas

Marcellus Shale attracts Swift Worldwide resources to Pittsburgh

Marcellus boom makes rural hospital cutting edge

Japan buys into shale gas boom

Study finds no evidence of water contamination from shale gas drilling

Japan government takes aim at electricity monopolies

US nat gas supply, demand set records in 2012: FERC

PJM expects to have enough power to meet summer demand

Political pressure to save Britain’s last coal mines

May 15, 2013

May 15, 2013

India’s power grid set to be world’s largest

Harrisburg traffic grid lock and TMI

Acquisition creates water management network for Marcellus, Utica Shale region

Welty to lead Marcellus Shale Coalition legislative team

Shale gas could play role in EU energy policy

Natural gas exports loom large over Washington

Bill would let natural gas based ethanol qualify as renewable

TVA to cut staff at coal plants

FERC takes more time on JPMorgan power rehearing request

PJM expects to have enough power to meet summer demand

Nuclear energy plant too expensive to compete with natural gas?



May 14, 2013

May 14, 2013

Nuclear power falters

Crosstex to build third nat gas compressor station in Utica Shale

Marcellus production boom stirs debate over taxes

Shale made Penn State professor a star

Brazil delegation team learns more about Marcellus Shale

Company finds second calling in shale gas service industry

Shale gas may account for 45 percent of European output of fuel by 2035

Shale gas drilling will stay underutilized below $4.50

AES to shut or convert coal power plants in Indiana and Ohio

Utility’s plan to build two coal plants spark quick reaction

Efficiency seen cutting electricity demand in Northeast

Coal export plans going off rails in Pacific Northwest




May 10, 2013

May 10, 2013

Why Wyoming coal still powers natural gas rich Oklahoma

PA can be energy independent in six years, governor says

PPL disconnects nuclear plant from grid

Nuclear energy for future citizens

Europe coal use to fall 26 percent as plants close

Utica Shale gets infrastructure boost with new processing plant

Top Ohio counties for shale drilling

Marcellus turns PA into Saudi Arabia of natgas

Findlay approves its first Marcellus wells

UK shale gas drilling moves closer to London

Shale gas, not government, fueling our recovery

US should export natural gas, not coal

Energy Dept backed van builder shuts down





May 8, 2013

May 8, 2013

As price of nuclear energy drops, a Wisconsin plant is shut

World continues trend towards nuclear energy

New natural gas pipeline could run from Utica Shale region through Akron to Detroit, Ontario

Ex senators weigh in on natural gas exports

New mechanism converts natural gas to energy faster

Could be you driving a natural gas powered car soon?

Coal isn’t surrendering to natural gas just yet

Why natural gas prices will soar in the future

Comeback in coal generation may be short lived

The cost of electricity in Europe

King coal losing crown as US gains energy independence

Israel, once energy dependent, is now big gas producer

Russia’s energy bully takes a fall