DENVER, July 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Antero Resources (NYSE: AR) (“Antero” or the “Company”) today provided its second quarter 2016 operations update.
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How poisonous are power plants? An estimated 2,300 people in the United States died prematurely because of Pennsylvania’s power plants just last year, according to a study out Thursday. 273 more words
U.S. natural gas prices have risen by a third since hitting a two-decade low in the first quarter, amid signs supply and demand are rebalancing and excess stocks left over from an unusually warm winter are being worked down.The volume of gas in working storage hit a record 4.01 trillion cubic feet in November 2015 and is still at 3.18 trillion cubic feet, according to the U.S. 170 more words
Houston-based Enterprise Products Partners LP (NYSE: EPD) continues to expand its natural gas footprint as natural gas production and piping continues to grow in the U.S.The midstream energy company announced June 20 it plans to build a cryogenic natural gas processing facility — its third facility announced in less than 24 months — as well as additional natural gas and natural gas liquids pipelines. 204 more words
The massive methane leak in California’s Alisio Canyon may have been invisible to the human eye, but it wasn’t invisible to NASA.
The leak, which spewed an estimated 97,100 metric tons of the greenhouse gas into the atmosphere, led to the evacuation of thousands of residents, and took nearly 4 months to stop. 172 more words
Due to the continuous buildup in natural gas (UNG) (UGAZ) inventories in the US, natural gas prices have been in a steep downtrend. Higher production levels from natural gas producers and weak demand during the recent mild winter have dragged down natural gas prices even further.Meanwhile, the lower-for-longer trend in natural gas prices we’ve seen in the past two years has driven natural gas to decline by ~72% and has taken its toll on producers. 25 more words
Detours are an inevitable byproduct of a critical project that’s ramping up across our service area right now. PSE&G is speeding up the replacement of its aging gas infrastructure, which means more of our crews will be in more towns digging in streets and replacing pipes. 400 more words