September 30, 2013

September 30, 2013

Marcellus Shale pipeline to Phila pondered

Package of Marcellus bills still up in the air in Harrisburg

Shale industry foresees benefits for region

China wants to cut down on coal

As US gas production soars, sellers look South to Mexico

Shell makes a massive bet on American natural gas

Why is the EPA trying to kill coal?

EPA admits banning coal plants won’t impact global warming

It Britain wants to cut energy bills it must get tough with the United States

White House weighing other options for FERC chair

Few nuclear shutdowns to cap fuel prices











September 24, 2013

September 24, 2013

Velocys technology brings gas to liquids plan to Ohio

Local control an issue as Utica drilling ramps up

Marcellus Shale coalition comes back to Philadelphia

Judge approves settlement over Marcellus Shale site discharge

Chesapeake hints at big natural gas layoffs

IGS opens compressed nat gas station in W. Va.

EPA rules on emissions at existing coal plants might give states leeway

Current coal plants excluded from new rules

US coal vs. the world

AG Kane forgoes challenge to new coal rules

Mining firm backs coal survival










September 18, 2013

September 18, 2013

Gulfport announces Utica Shale results

Shale energy boom transforming Carroll County

Drilling and history intersect in the Marcellus Shale

The next shale boom will be in Australia not China

Mississippi coal plant overuns show risk for carbon rules

The war on coal goes global

Republicans say energy nominee out of mainstream

Chesapeake Energy said to prepare big layoffs

German plans $3.5 bln support for energy fund

Cowboys stadium uses more electricity than Liberia

Big coal producer makes unusual offer to save downstate power plants









September 16, 2013

September 16, 2013

Utica Shale report finds 133 pipeline projects in eastern Ohio

Obama DOE issues first Marcellus Shale fracked gas export permit

After coal, W.Va, push for natural gas trust fund

Liquid Natural gas exports ready to roll big time

EPA plan to curb new coal fired power plants

An unusual public battle over an energy nomination

Scotland gives green light to Europe’s largest tidal energy project

Obama prepares to take on big coal

US coal companies scale back export goals

Boom and bust in Australia’s coal country

Colorado clean energy plan looms as issue for FERC pick










September 10, 2013

September 10, 2013

Utica Shale plays heat up

Webinar to focus on latest Marcellus Shale gas estimates

Nat gas may have profound impact on Israel’s geo politics

Obama’s pending GHG rules should consider coal advancements

The new normal: coal plants close and coal mines idle

Can US railroads prosper in spite of coal?

Energy bill could alter electricity rates for millions in California

Wave to the energy future

Power gains from Chicago to Washington as demand tops forecasts

Beacon Power installs first flywheels and PA plant

When should nuclear plants die?












September 6, 2013

September 6, 2013

New $125 M pipeline planned in Utica Shale play in eastern Ohio

Marcellus Shale gas drilling returns to Elk State Forest

As real data accumulates, shale decision rely less on predictions

Oil and gas industry drafts lesson plans

Obama trying to escape political fallout from fracking proposals

Natural gas prices drop as US stockpiles make unexpected gain

Truckers weigh the costs of switching to natural gas

Nordic leaders join US push against coal plant financing

Duke Energy plans demolition at Cliffside, other coal plants

Energy companies preparing for life without the Keystone XL pipeline

JPMorgan subject of obstruction probe in energy case











September 3, 2013

September 3, 2013

Pessimism and Optimism over Utica Shale

Marcellus Shale Coalition names new chair

WVU hosting 2-day shale gas workshop in PA

Poland’s shale gas hopes buoyed by promising test output

Too much natural gas

Will these oil majors regret investing in natural gas

As coal plants shut down, UK faces a power crunch

Duke Energy: five coal fired plants will be retired by 2018

New data shows shifting US energy landscape

Coal has its defenders, detractors

Work starts in De Water Gap area Tuesday

Power plant to run on Wisconsin biomass