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Transportation Safety Issues Fueling Pipeline Proposals In North Dakota And Minnesota

Following the derailment and explosion of a train carrying crude oil near Casselton, North Dakota, and a federal Department of Transportation safety alert that Bakken crude may be more prone to ignite at lower temperatures...more

Development of Midstream Assets in Ohio Utica Shale Play

As we have reported before, some commentators have observed that one of the principal reasons for the slow pace of growth in the Ohio Utica shale play has been the lack of midstream assets in the region. Two major companies...more

From the Ohio River to the Marcellus and Utica Hydraulic Fracturing Sites – Company to Build Pipeline for Water Transport

As oil and gas companies across the country face increasing pressure to decrease their use of fresh water for fracking operations, new and innovative solutions are sought....more

The Shale Play Today - July 2013

In This Issue: - Legislative Update: Pa. Passes Oil & Gas Lease Act: On July 9, 2013, Governor Corbett signed the Oil and Gas Lease Act, Senate Bill No. 259 of 2013 (the"Act"), which amends Pennsylvania's...more

House Bill Would Speed Natural Gas Pipeline Permitting

Representative Mike Pompeo (R-KS) has introduced a bill (H.R. 1900) that would expedite the permitting of new interstate natural gas pipelines. Such projects require approvals from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission...more

The Shale Play Today - February 2013

In This Issue: - Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company Goes on the Offensive - West Virginia Legislature Focuses on Energy Bills - New Rules Proposed for Drilling Wastes in Ohio - Pa. Shale Gas Production Doubled Between...more

Pipeline Companies Look to Take Advantage of Natural Gas Produced from Shale

The Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. made a filing with the FERC proposing to transform one of its existing lean gas lines into effectively a gathering line to move wet gas from gas fields within the Utica Shale play to...more

The Shale Play Today - January 2013

In This Issue: - Dept. of Labor Wage & Hour Enforcement to Focus on Shale Employers - Spilman Assists in Transition of Site from Steelmaking to Shale Gas - Natural Gas Fueling Stations Coming to I-79 in W. Va. and...more

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