Developers of the Keystone oil pipeline want to make 49 changes in its proposed route through eastern North Dakota. North Dakota`s Public Service Commission has scheduled an informal hearing on May 21 to discuss the company`s wish list.

And the commissioners say people who are interested in the pipeline`s route have until May 19 to request a […]

April 17th, 2008 Tags: Alberta, Canada, Company, Counties, Crude Oil, Eastern, Illinois, law, North Dakota, Oil, oil pipeline, Oklahoma, Pipeline, Sual

Pine Mountain is one of the few “ridge and valley” mountains in Southern Appalachia that overlaps with the central Appalachian coalfield of the Cumberland Plateau. Its folded layers tower above a dozen coalfield counties in Virginia, Kentucky, and Tennessee.
Communities that are 3 centuries old are innovators and survivors in this rugged landscape. Their […]

March 5th, 2008 Tags: America, Coal, coal mining, Counties, Kentucky, mining, Nova, Tennessee, Valley, Virginia

Are record gas prices on their way to Western New York? The likelihood has increased because of this week’s spike in oil prices. World markets pushed oil up to a record $100.88 a barrel on Tuesday and briefly touched $102 Wednesday, and gasoline responded by moving higher in the Buffalo area.

Gas was selling for an […]

February 28th, 2008 Tags: America, American Automobile Association, Buffalo, Counties, Gas, gas price, gas prices, Gasoline, Labor, Labor Day, Market, markets, Mobil, New York, Oil, Oil price, Oil prices, Pike, Price, Prices, Purchases

State and local prosecutors filed a $50 million lawsuit against a Martinez petroleum company and two of its affiliates Monday, accusing them of disabling monitoring devices that would help prevent gasoline leakage at their gas stations.
About 30 gas stations across the state owned by or associated with Martinez-based Golden Gate Petroleum were accused of […]

November 29th, 2007 Tags: ASN, Attorney, Brent, California, Company, Counties, Cusi, Environment, fuel, Gas, gas station, gas stations, Gasoline, Gold, Golden Gate Petroleum, law, Martinez, Oil, Petroleum, petroleum gas, Pollock, Resources, Superior Court, use gas, Water

Rep. Marilyn Musgrave sent a letter Tuesday asking atomic energy regulators to consider water quality as they decide whether to allow uranium mining in Larimer and Weld counties. Musgrave, R-Colo., said she’s heard from residents concerned about water quality as a Canadian company prepares to prospect for uranium near the town of Nunn.

Powertech Uranium Corp. last […]

August 8th, 2007 Tags: British Columbia, Casper, Colorado, Colorado Department of Natural Resources, Columbia, Company, Counties, Denver, Department of Natural Resources, Energy, energy regulator, Environment, Environmental Protection Agency, mine, mining, Natural Resources, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Power, Powertech Uranium Corp., Resources, Uranium, Uranium Mill, uranium mining, Vancouver, Water

New Century Energy Corp. announces a new oil discovery resulting from its ongoing drilling program in McMullen County, Texas.
Edward DeStefano, the Company’s CEO, stated, “We are very excited about the positive results from our newest oil well, the Swaim 33-#2, in McMullen County, Texas, which was completed in a Wilcox sand at a depth of […]

July 9th, 2007 Tags: Company, Completion, Counties, Cox, Energy, Energy Corp., Exchange, Gas, gas exploration, gas price, gas prices, gas reserve, gas reserves, Gulf, Gulf coast, Houston, Matagorda County, Natural Gas, natural gas prices, Oil, Oil and Gas, oil and gas exploration, oil and gas lease, oil and gas leases, oil and gas reserves, oil discovery, oil producing, Orica, Price, Prices, Safe Harbor, sands, Sargent, Securities and Exchange Commission, Texas

Chesapeake Energy Corporation announced that it has acquired or has agreed to acquire approximately 8,500 net undeveloped leasehold acres in the heart of the Barnett Shale play in Tarrant County, Texas, from Four Sevens Resources Co., Ltd., Sinclair Oil & Gas Company and several of their affiliates and partners. In addition, Chesapeake announced that it […]

July 5th, 2007 Tags: Appalachian Basin, Barnett Shale, Barnett Shale Play, CFE, Chesapeake Energy, Chesapeake Energy Corp, Chesapeake Energy Corporation, Company, Completion, Counties, Dale, Dallas, Delaware, Energy, Energy Corporation, Fayetteville, Fort Worth, Gas, Gulf, Gulf coast, Internet, Johnson, Jr., law, mining, Natural Gas, Oil, Oklahoma, Oklahoma City, Pipeline, Price, Resources, services, Tarrant County, Texas, Thomas, United States

In Texas, it seems they’ll drill for oil and gas just about anywhere. The state’s thirst for petroleum products was underscored on Tuesday when the Chesapeake Energy began drilling operations at an unlikely location — the Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport.

Roughnecks lowered a massive gold drill bit into the soil near one of the runways […]

May 23rd, 2007 Tags: America, Barnett Shale, Chesapeake Energy, Counties, Dallas, Energy, Fort Worth, Gas, gas drilling, gas price, gas prices, gas resource, gas resources, gas wells, Gold, higher natural gas prices, Natural Gas, natural gas prices, natural gas resource, natural gas resources, natural gas wells, Oil, Oil and Gas, Petroleum, petroleum product, petroleum products, Price, Prices, Resources, Texas

Tyche Energy Corporation is pleased to report that as a result of its successful bid for the outstanding shares of Tyche Energy Inc., it has acquired varying working and royalty interests in producing and non-producing oil and gas properties located in southwestern Ontario and northeastern B.C.
Producing lands acquired include an 85% operated WI in […]

May 20th, 2007 Tags: Appalachian Basin, Company, Counties, Eastern, Energy, Energy Corp., Energy Corporation, Gas, gas assets, gas properties, Inco, Market, markets, Michigan, mining, Natural Gas, Oil, Oil and Gas, oil and gas properties, Ontario, Petroleum, services, Shares, Southwest

COSHOCTON – Like every livestock farmer these days, Larry Stahl is worried about how much it’s going to cost to feed his herd of dairy cows in the near future.
Stahl, who works on his family’s Adams Township farm, Rocky Point Farms, has planted about 150 acres of corn this year to help feed his 75-head […]

May 20th, 2007 Tags: Bush, chemical, chemicals, Counties, E Street, Eastern, Export, Farm Bureau, fuel, Larry, machinery, Market, markets, mining, Ohio, Petroleum, Price, Prices, Washington, Washington County, Wayne

Duke Energy Corp. plans to move ahead with a controversial coal-fired power project in the Blue Ridge foothills, Chief Executive Jim Rogers said Thursday after the annual shareholders meeting.
After nearly two years of debate, the N.C. Utilities Commission in February approved only one of the proposed two units for Duke’s Cliffside facility, about an hour’s […]

May 11th, 2007 Tags: ASN, Charlotte, Cleveland, Coal, Company, Counties, Duke Energy, Energy, Energy Corp., Environment, environmental group, environmental groups, Ford, Gas, General Assembly, law, Million Tons, mining, Power, Sual

Tidelands Oil & Gas Corporation , a midstream natural gas project development, natural gas pipeline, and NGL distribution company, today said it is updating shareholders and potential investors about the progress and achievements of its Sonterra Energy subsidiary.
“Sonterra Energy continues to see solid improvement year over year across all segments of its operations. During 2006, […]

April 20th, 2007 Tags: Cable TV, Canyon, Company, Counties, Education, Energy, energy subsidiary, Exchange, Gas, gas pipeline, gas pipeline infrastructure, gas project, gas purchase, gas sales, High speed internet, Internet, James, Market, mining, Natural Gas, natural gas pipeline, natural gas project, Oil, Oil and Gas, oil and gas project, oil and gas projects, Orica, Pipeline, Reliance, retail, San Antonio, Securities and Exchange Commission, services, telephone, Texas, U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission

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