August 28, 2013

August 28, 2013

Utica Shale plant up and running

Which major players are investing in the Utica Shale

Marcellus by the numbers

Pakistan said to have large reserves of shale gas, oil

US shale gas exports no threat

Estonia becomes self sufficient on shale gas boom

Domestic natural gas: from boom to overkill

NRG’s coal plants on their way out

Energy Sec shifts focus of key advisory board

A big payday for America’s coal king

Battle lines on FERC nominee drawn










August 23, 2013

August 23, 2013

Carbon capture won’t save Midwest, East Coast coal plants

Vacant positions in shale regions hard to fill

Wildcatter McClendon bets big on Ohio shale

Pennsylvania’s share of Marcellus jobs dips

Will Washington politics kill the US energy revival and shale gas revolution?

PetroChina sees shale accounting for one-fifth of gas output

Does natural gas make sense for rail and marine engines?

Coming full circle in energy, to nuclear

Coal interests aim to defeat Obama’s nominee to key energy position

What coal mining looks like these days

Sides lining up in FERC nomination fight

Panda Power Funds acquires Pennsylvania nat-gas fired project

Companies plan new generation even as Texas power reform stalls










August 20, 2013

August 20, 2013

Each Utica shale rig is a calculated risk

Marcellus Shale gas production numbers surge

US should rethink restrictions on natural gas exports

Bradford County now has vehicles that run on natural gas

China’s shift may mean coal’s days are numbered

Coal foe named to FERC is latest Obama pick drawing ire

Shale gas now serves two masters

Chinese oil imports to reach record $500 bln my 2020

Meet the billionaire pioneer of America’s oil

Power prices rise from Washington to Chicago as demand gains

PSE&G, PPL kick off Susquehanna-Roseland power line construction








August 16, 2013

August 16, 2013

Railroad helping Utica Shale business roll

Marcellus Shale output rising fast

Washington is holding back La natural gas export boom

FirstEnergy may delay closing western Pa coal plants

Coal association leaders reflect on coal export forum

A smart phone uses as much energy as a refrigerator?

Energy Dept expands LNG exports as shale gas soars

PUC considers fines for two electricity marketers

Meet the future of electricity generation

Balcombe oil drilling stops in anticipation of anti-fracking protest

Buffett invests in oil sands producer







August 13, 2013

August 13, 2013

Transportation the focus of Utica Shale conference

EV Energy partners to sell Utica Shale acres

Casey wants federal dollars to target Marcellus jobs

Marcellus is a boon to western Pa landfill company

More natural gas to keep the lights on

Your next big opportunity: tearing down coal plants

Mexican president seeks foreign investment in energy

After blackout, improved grid

AEP Energy partners with PowerOne

Recent big FERC cases trace back to ’05 law

Natural gas, environmental regulations hurt US coal region













August 8, 2013

August 8, 2013

Utica Shale and fracking news

GulfPort Energy signs transmission agreements to carry Ohio’s natural gas to Midwest

Utica joint venture to open plant near Uhrichsville

Pittsburgh radio station to hold Marcellus festival

Advocates of natural gas vehicles tell regulators competition is key

Is Shell banking too much on natural gas?

Billions stand to be made in coal plant decommissioning

As NY fracking ban drags on, leading energy companies back out

Spain’s energy morass spreads

50 Kentucky lawmakers urge Obama to stop attacking coal

FERC judge orders lower transmission rate of return in New England

FirstEnergy CEO sheds more light on PA plant closures











August 6, 2013

August 6, 2013

Chesapeake gives Utica Shale play high earning marks

Gas leaks from shale wells rare

Early stage Utica Shale play busy building infrastructure

East Coast promixity a boost to Marcellus Shale producers

Taxing the Marcellus Shale

Make haste slowly on UK shale gas

Labor Dept monitoring shale gas work issues

Ohio’s economic boost may come from shale gas, immigrants and innovation

The US energy picture

Is the next energy hub the Ukraine?

Direct Energy opens downtown branch

Coal at risk as global leaders drop financing on climate

NY coal plants face becoming dinosaurs










August 2, 2013

August 2, 2013

Berlin to make big industry pay for more power grid

Chesapeake Energy satisfied with Ohio’s Utica Shale

Ohio has 460 drilled Utica Shale wells

Confidential agreement should have been part of Wash County Marcellus Shale case record

Pennsylvania drillers eye shale layers atop Marcellus

Ford to sell F-150 pickup that runs on compressed natural gas

Will another Illinois coal plant bite the dust?

Duke shelves major nuclear project in Florida

US auctions wind energy leases off RI and Mass

Coal state lawmakers fight to save industry

Bank curbs won’t slow coal’s comeback