"...Exports topped their March 2019 high of $11.4 billion and are closing in fast on their all-time peak of $12.8 billion set in 2014. The increase was driven by sharply higher exports of both crude oil and natural gas. " financialpost.com/opinion/philip-cross-if-oil-and-gas-are-dead-why-are-exports-booming #abpoli #oilandgas
I congratulate Brahmaputra Cracker & Polymer Limited for its continued good performance. I am glad to receive Rs 22 cr as our share of dividend for 2020-21 from MD Sri Reep Hazarika in presence of Union Min of State for Petroleum & Natural Gas Sri @Rameswar_Teli. @BCPLOfficial pic.twitter.com/mbrbI0E8hY
It’s time we protect our vulnerable communities by closing deserted oil and gas wells. Proud to be a co-author of SB 47, which allows CalGEM to increase their spending authority by $2 million to close deserted wells. Thank you for your leadership on this issue @MoniqueLimonCA! pic.twitter.com/LZ6zCVdQIY
This company owns more oil and gas wells in the U.S. than ExxonMobil or Chevron, and it may be "a liability bomb that’s destined to explode.” www.bloomberg.com/features/diversified-energy-natural-gas-wells-methane-leaks-2021/
Why have natural gas prices increased?
The increased price for natural gas is being caused by several factors, according to National Fuel officials. Global demand for domestically produced liquefied natural gas has increased at the same time domestic production of natural gas has been disrupted and natural gas storage inventories are lower than normal. Evening ObserverGet ready to spend more for home heating
Why are gas prices rising in PA?
That's because of both a supply shortage and increased demand. As life gets back to normal and more people commute and travel, congested roads are driving gas prices up. WPVI-TVDrivers in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware feel pain at the pump as gas prices rise
13 October, 2021 - 12:33am