Tags » Natural Gas

W. Pa. township sued over gas drilling

PULASKI, Pa. (AP) – A western Pennsylvania couple is suing their township, claiming that supervisors improperly approved natural gas drilling in a residential area.

The lawsuit against Pulaski Township was filed by Timothy Chito and Elizabeth Kesner. 86 more words


Africa Oil, Marathon Oil initiate drilling of Sala-2 appraisal well

Follow @oilnewskenya

Africa Oil and its partner in block 9 Marathon have announced the start of drilling of the Sala-2 appraisal well following the discovery of gas in the Sala -1 well. 328 more words

Top News

Making gasoline from natural gas. Is that even possible?

Construction has begun at Ovadan-Depe near Ashgabad, Turkmenistan, on a 15,500-b/d plant that will make gasoline from natural gas.

The plant will be the first full-scale, commercial facility based on proprietary technology of… 46 more words

August 2014

LNYBL Addition Close Up

Here was the first post  . . .LNYB . .  being Lower New York Bay.  I’m wondering, though, if this might technically be the corner of New York… 114 more words


Closed Over Power Plant Fight, Oakwood Hills Village Hall To Reopen Next Week

CHICAGO (CBS) – The village hall in a small McHenry County community was slated to reopen next Tuesday, after it has been closed for weeks because of alleged threats tied to plans for a natural gas power plant. 371 more words


Mozambique has 170 trillion cubic feet of natural gas. The challenge began now in setting up the insfracture to extract. Downstream suppliers will be needed; have you consider throwing your hat in? Could your company benefit getting involve in such a project?

(2014-08-27) Oil prospecting in the Rovuma basin, district of Palma in northern Mozambique, has confirmed the existence of 170 trillion cubic feet of natural gas, Mozambique’s Minister for Mineral Resources, Esperança Bias said in Pemba. 200 more words


Putin's Winning Hand: Europe will be Russia's hostage over gas supplies for at least another decade

European Policymakers will have no choice but to continue buying gas from Russia until at least the mid-2020s and “potentially much longer”, according to Fitch … 706 more words