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Utilities Investing Locally In Appalachian Basin

Marcellus and Utica production has resulted in more than $25 billion worth of new gas-fired power plants in Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia.

Frank Nieto

A&D Conference: Tellurian Plans A 4-Legged Gas Business Stool

Integrating all three sectors of the industry, as well as marketing, will position the company to be a global LNG leader, says John Howie.

Paul Hart, Midstream Editor-At-Large, Oil and Gas Investor

How Renewable Natural Gas Fits Into The Energy Equation

Adding biogas to the mix allows the industry to resolve more issues than just supplying fuel.

Joseph Markman

Baker Hughes Lands Cheniere Contract For Corpus Christi LNG Plant

GE unit will supply turbomachinery equipment to plant’s expansion.

LNG Delays Worsen Permian’s Infrastructure Outlook

Freeport LNG pushes back launch of its $13 billion terminal to September 2019.

Susan Klann

Dallas Company Secures Permits To Expand Export Hub

Expanded dock at Port of Brownsville, Texas, will be able to handle Suezmax tankers.

Reuters

Sterling Continues Midstream Expansion In D-J Basin

Growth in D-J to reach 220 MMcf/d.

Australia To Amend $3.9 Billion Infrastructure Fund

Change in rules reflects a bid to develop the country’s north.

Reuters

Study: Good News, Bad News For Canada’s Oil Industry

While companies are finally seeing black in the financial reports again, oil and gas jobs are still lagging, a Conference Board of Canada study revealed.

Markham Hislop

Enterprise Expands Marine Terminal On The Houston Ship Channel

Company purchases 65-acre waterfront site with two existing docks and dredging infrastructure.

Tellurian Exec: US Needs To Invest $150 Billion In Gas Infrastructure

Current infrastructure does not keep pace with rising production from shale fields, Hochstein says.

Reuters

WHC Energy Services Appoints Kevin Fox As CEO

Pipeline and facilities construction company picks former president of QPS Professional Services for Quanta.

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