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The Great Renewables Divide

September 25, 2018 |
Coal-fired power generation is on the decline. Hard to argue with that. The EIA recently published an article pointing out that coal generation is still the most predominant form of generation in 18 states. While this is true, coal’s...
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Haynesville Production On the Upswing

September 21, 2018 |
Production in Louisiana’s Haynesville Shale has been steadily climbing since the beginning of 2017.  The basin enjoys close proximity to growing demand in the Gulf Coast, economics  competitive with any dry gas play in the country and has been...
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Transco Null Point Ushered South by Florence

September 18, 2018 |
Hurricane Florence caused widespread wreckage across large portions of the Atlantic Seaboard over the last week, but fortunately, Transco, the primary source of natural gas deliveries into the region, was able to maintain operations without disruption.  Growing production in...
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Capital Discipline Limiting US Shale Growth

September 13, 2018 |
US liquids production has nearly doubled over the last decade launching the US to surpass Russia and Saudi Arabia to become the world’s largest crude oil producer according to the latest estimates in the EIA’s Short-Term Energy Outlook.  However,...
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A Rising Tide: Lebanon Lifts Dominion South

September 11, 2018 |
Rover recently received FERC approvals to start their Majorsville and Burgettstown laterals, which will bring the project up to its full effective mainline capacity of 3.25 Bcf/d. With so much Appalachian capacity targeting a limited market in the Upper...
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Gas Pipeline Costs Run Higher

September 7, 2018 |
Gas pipeline costs are running higher and higher partially due to rising material and labor costs but also now protracted regulatory battles running legal bills higher.  Before 2010, once a pipeline company secured necessary FERC certificates, it was all...
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