Monthly Archives: February 2015

Oil And Gas Companies Won’t Have To Pay For Damage Caused To Louisiana’s Coast, Judge Rules

  Climate Progress 2/15/2015 Oil and gas companies won’t have to pay for decades of damage to Louisiana’s coast, after a lawsuit filed against the companies in 2013 was thrown out on Friday. U.S. District Judge Nanette Jolivette Brown dismissed the lawsuit, … Continue Reading

PMAA’s Weekly Review – February 13, 2015

  The Petroleum Marketers Association of America  2/13/2015 The Petroleum Marketers Association of America (PMAA) is a federation of 48 state and regional trade associations representing approximately 8,000 independent petroleum marketers nationwide.  For a look at their Weekly Review from February 13, … Continue Reading

Jobs – America’s Natural Gas Alliance

  America’s Natural Gas Alliance February 2015 The new age of natural gas abundance is rapidly expanding economic opportunities throughout the United States. Natural gas is safely and responsibly developed in 31 states across the United States, and it is … Continue Reading

PA Steel Manufacturer Adds Shift Thanks to $400M Pipeline Order

  America’s Natural Gas Alliance 2/6/2015 A Pennsylvania steel manufacturer just learned first-hand what the shale gas revolution is making possible for an emerging U.S. industrial renaissance. Dura-Bond Industries of Steelton, Pennsylvania announced this week that it has been chosen to … Continue Reading

TransCanada Profits Beats Estimates, Boosts Divided

  Reuters 2/13/2015 Feb 13 (Reuters) – TransCanada Corp, Canada’s second-largest pipeline company, reported on Friday a better-than-expected fourth quarter profit, driven mainly by increased earnings from its Canadian operations. The Calgary-based company also boosted its quarterly dividend by 8 … Continue Reading

TransCanada Plans to Seek U.S. Approval for New Pipeline Project Oil Company Wants to Build 200-Mile Pipeline from North Dakota into Canada

  Wall Street Journal 2/12/2015 The company behind the Keystone XL pipeline plans to ask the U.S. government to permit a new and different pipeline project. Despite the years long fight over Keystone XL, TransCanada Corp. will apply to the U.S. State … Continue Reading

2015 Damage Prevention Workshop – February 26-27, 2015

  American Petroleum Institute February 2015 The American Petroleum Institute offers a number of training programs, certification programs and events to address the needs  and interests of the petroleum industry.  For information about the 2015 Damage Prevention Workshop in February, … Continue Reading

These Experts Know Exactly Where Oil Prices Are Headed – Somewhere Between $20 and $200 a Barrel

  Bloomberg February 5, 2015 The outlook on oil prices is clear: Oil will crash. Unless prices surge. Definitely one or the other. Crude just had the biggest two-week gain in 17 years, but it’s still about 50 percent cheaper … Continue Reading

The Importance of Shifting Our Focus to Crude Oil Exports

  IPAA Access TV: Current Episode February 2015 In this edition of IPAA Access, the oil export issue is discussed and IPAA Vice President of Economics & International Affairs Frederick Lawrence discusses the latest Survey of Independent Producers. Read More … Continue Reading

Drilling Productivity Report

  US Energy Information Administration 2/9/2015 The Drilling Productivity Report uses recent data on the total number of drilling rigs in operation along with estimates of drilling productivity and estimated changes in production from existing oil and natural gas wells … Continue Reading