Natural Gas Networks

Another Winter Storm Bears Down On Northeast

With the East Coast shivering from the effects of something the weather folks have dubbed a “bomb cyclone,” a couple things come to mind: Gratitude for abundant natural gas that affordably heats homes and reliably fuels electricity generation. Dismay that for some in the U.S. – the world’s leading producer of natural gas and oil –… Keep reading →

Qatar Petroleum Refinery

Some context for legal challenges to EPA’s proposed rule for new oil and natural gas sources, filed individually this week by a coalition of states, API and other organizations. As we’ve noted before, methane emissions from field production of natural gas are falling – mainly because industry wants to capture as much of the primary… Keep reading →

OPAL Pipeline To Connect To Baltic Sea

While natural gas pipeline expansion remains a critical part of building today’s U.S. infrastructure, it would appear that the announcement of numerous pipeline projects has calmed the anxiety of the industry, as attention is now focused on securing regulatory approvals for the proposed projects. According to the 2015 Black & Veatch Strategic Directions: U.S. Natural… Keep reading →

Domestic Oil And Gas Production

On December 3, 2015, the Florida Public Service Commission (PSC) voted to approve the continuation of the state’s investor-owned utilities’ (IOUs) natural gas financial hedging activities. The decision is a setback for consumer groups, which requested that hedging be abandoned in view of prolonged periods of losses. Florida’s natural gas hedging programs have cost ratepayers… Keep reading →