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A liquefied natural gas export facility under construction near Quintana, Texas in 2018.
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Judge allows contested pipeline to proceed through central Texas

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The 430-mile, $2 billion project would carry natural gas from a transport hub in the booming West Texas oil patch to hungry markets on the Gulf Coast

Construction on a hotly contested natural gas pipeline through …

Source: Houston Chronicle

Industry, enviros contrasting accounts over flaring

Houston Chronicle


Environmentalists and the natural gas industry have issued contrasting accounts about flaring, the practice of burning off excess natural gas in the Permian Basin and other shale plays across the United States.

Over the past week, the Washington, …

North Dakota Remains Stable

North Dakota Remains Stable

Takeaway capacity more than adequate: Helms

North Dakota’s April oil and gas production report was released and indicates that production and rig count is up thanks to stabilized WTI oil prices between $45 and $60/barrel.

Lynn Helms of the North …

Wyoming Files Suit Opposing BLM Rule on Flaring - Oil & Gas 360 flare

Wyoming Files Suit Opposing BLM Rule on Flaring

Wyoming and Montana say rule is outside BLM’s authority, complicates development of resources

At the request of Governor Matt Mead, the Wyoming Attorney General’s office has filed a petition for review of final agency action on the “Methane and Waste …

A rig site in North Dakota

Increasing Oil Production Challenges North Dakota’s Goal to Cut Flaring

Flaring volumes remain steady as production rises; flaring less than 22% of NatGas may not happen anytime soon

North Dakota has been working to lower the percentage of the natural gas flared inside the state, with a goal set to …

Flaring Innovation: An Interview with Brian Cebull, CEO of GTUIT

Flaring Innovation: An Interview with Brian Cebull, CEO of GTUIT

The Bakken Shale and the state of North Dakota are symbols of the hydraulic fracturing revolution, and innovations on hydrocarbon extraction continue to improve the process with each passing day. The technological advances vary across all lines of production, spanning …

Higher Heat Content of NatGas Points to Ethane Rejection: EIA

Higher Heat Content of NatGas Points to Ethane Rejection: EIA

The EIA has begun tracking heat content of end-use natural gas, providing state-to-state comparisons of natural gas consumption. Gas in states with heavy ethane rejection generates more British Thermal Units (Btus) per cubic foot than states whose gas content is …

North Dakota is Proposed Site for a $4 Billion Polyethylene Plant

North Dakota is Proposed Site for a $4 Billion Polyethylene Plant

Plant will use Ethane from Natural Gas to Make Consumer and Industrial Plastics

The cutback on flaring the Bakken’s natural gas took another positive step yesterday. A planned plastics manufacturing facility, announced at a press conference in Bismarck, will produce …