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Quicksilver Alarm Bells

My  recent column suggested watch and wait . a number of readers replied they were committed and certain .

I am watching and the market has yet to bless KWK . 155 more words

Natural Gas

Cold Weather Returns, Thwarts Gas Storage Injections #hounews

The late season cold front that’s barreling across Texas and the Eastern US is creating concern among Natural Gas Industry analysts. Gas reserves are already low from record draw downs during a colder than normal winter, and storage injections have not been able to replenish supplies as quickly as some would like. 361 more words

Business

Emergency Management on UGI Gas Leak: All Safeguards Worked as Planned

Photo and Story Rick Hiduk

Volunteers from the Meshoppen Fire Company and the FWM Emergency Squad (above) blocked the southern end of Meshopany Ridge Road on Saturday after an unscheduled release of highly pressurized natural gas occurred at the Manning Compressor Station in Washington Township, Wyoming County. 621 more words

Wyoming County

Major Gas Incident Unnerves Ridge Residents

Photos and story by Rick Hiduk

Residents of Rabbit Hollow in Washington Township return to their vehicle after being told by first responders from Meshoppen and Mehoopany that there has been an incident at the recently constructed UGI natural gas compressor station on Meshopany Ridge Road. 328 more words

Wyoming County

Texas to benefit as Pemex ends its monopoly

As Mexico moves forward to allow foreign investment in its energy industry, including shale development, the change will be a great economic benefit to Texas, Railroad Commissioner David Porter said Tuesday.The state’s booming Eagle Ford Shale formation doesn’t end at the border; it continues into Mexico. 123 more words

Eagle Ford

Heritage Region Updating Management Action Plan

By Rick Hiduk

A Management Action Plan for Endless Mountains Heritage Region (EMHR) gathered steam last week, as consultants from Peter J. Smith & Company met with a wide cross section of residents from Bradford, Sullivan, Susquehanna and Wyoming Counties who are concerned about balancing heritage and progress in the Endless Mountains region. 680 more words

Wyoming County

Would the real regulated gas company please stand up?

Annette Evans, consumer rights associate at CUB, recently received a call from a consumer whose gas bill had mysteriously skyrocketed to nearly $600.  After some sleuthing, Annette discovered the culprit: without her knowledge, the consumer had been signed up with Nicor Advanced Energy— an unregulated sister company of the utility that markets in Northern Illinois.  325 more words

Natural Gas