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Natural Gas Intelligence summaries for Jul. 7, 2020
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Global LNG projects increasingly in jeopardy - report
07 Jul 2020 23:21:27 UT
Prospects for nearly half of the world's projects to build infrastructure for exporting liquefied natural gas have faded in recent months , says a new report...
North Dakota Industrial Commission looks for oil industry fixes after DAPL ruling
07 Jul 2020 23:21:07 UT
In a meeting Tuesday afternoon, commissioners mulled over responses after a federal court ruling threatens to halt operations of the Dakota Access Pipeline × BISMARCK — North Dakota's Industrial...
Editorial: Grand jury report on fracking indicts the state
07 Jul 2020 23:05:44 UT
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro’s latest grand jury report might seem like a diatribe on the evils of fracking. That is definitely what draws attention. The problem is that is only half...
Why The Bakken May Not Come Back
07 Jul 2020 23:01:50 UT
The Bakken shale is already declining because of financial struggles and the oil market downturn, but the potential shuttering of the Dakota Access pipeline could close off the possibility of a...
Top oil and gas companies reclaim value in Q2 after pandemic-driven Q1 plunge
07 Jul 2020 22:58:41 UT
The market capitalization of the top 25 oil and gas companies in North America and developed Europe saw moderate rebounds in their second-quarter performances after a substantial dive in equity at...
Belarus and Russian Oil: All Is Not as It Seems
07 Jul 2020 22:54:59 UT
Belarus is in the news largely because of its forthcoming presidential elections in August, which President Alexander Lukashenko intends to win, thereby extending his two decades-long rule. Yet...
State fines natural gas company $5.3M for air pollution
07 Jul 2020 22:47:25 UT
State regulators have slapped natural-gas giant DCP Midstream with a $5.3 million fine for violating state and federal air pollution laws at its eight New Mexico plants.  Between December 2017 and...
Can the U.S. Stop Syria’s Kurds From Selling Oil to Assad?
07 Jul 2020 22:34:09 UT
The United States should provide the U.S.-backed Syrian Kurds a waiver to sell their oil on the international market, the head of a Syrian Kurdish news agency argued. The Kurdish-led Syrian...