Here’s what Breaking Energy staff are reading at other outlets.

Manufacturing To Be A Key Election Issue

For years, conversations at major oil and gas industry conferences focused on one thing: the shale revolution. Excitement about the surge in economical new supply of unconventionally produced oil and gas was palpable, as panelists spoke of the potential for shale to transform everything from the geopolitics of American energy supply to the price of… Keep reading →

Gas Regulation 2018: United States

Boom Goes Bust: Texas Oil Industry Hurt By Plunging Oil Prices

Getting the Deal Through is delighted to publish the sixteenth edition of Gas Regulation.

U.S. Power Generation 2022: Will gas Or Renewables Rule?

Debate Continues into Future of UK Energy Generation

Power generation in the United States is greener and more reliant on gas than ever before, but what will the fuel mix look like in 2022?

OPAL Pipeline To Connect To Baltic Sea

Utilities who deliver gas to homes and businesses, and/or generate electricity from gas, are important stakeholders along the natural gas supply chain. They are the face of natural gas to their customers; and, thus, they need to know that the gas they sell is being produced in the most responsible and transparent way possible—one in… Keep reading →

LAX Expected To Be Busiest US Airport During Thanksgiving Holiday Travel Period

More than a year and a half after the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility caused more than 100,000 tons of methane to leak into the atmosphere – amounting to be our nation’s largest-ever gas leak,  California regulators continue to labor away at improving the rules  that could prevent another gas storage disaster. That leak… Keep reading →

An Unusual Way To Hold An Oil And Gas Lease

Domestic Oil And Gas Production

Is a gas lease perpetuated by production from the second gas well?

OPAL Pipeline To Connect To Baltic Sea

Today, the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission and the Ground Water Protection Council published a new report entitled “Underground Gas Storage Regulatory Considerations: A Guide for State and Federal Regulatory Agencies.” Like the title says, the report helps regulators make decisions that will ultimately make gas storage facilities across the country safer and more… Keep reading →

This week, ExxonMobil and Chevron released quarterly results from Q1 2017. Both released numbers that topped consensus estimates. Some analysts have suggested the Exxon’s numbers can provide insight into the energy sector, as follows. As the world’s largest publically traded oil and gas company, ExxonMobil can say a lot about the oil economy as a… Keep reading →

Last Thursday, representatives of the Nigerian military stated that the military had destroyed 13 illegal refineries in the oil hub located in the Niger Delta. Two soldiers were killed in the attacks upon what were described as “sea robbers”.  A spokesman for the military, Major Abubakar Abdullahi, said soldiers had “discovered and destroyed 13 illegal… Keep reading →

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