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Opponents of a proposed severance tax on natural gas extraction in Pennsylvania say that it could jeopardize a burgeoning industry.
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TransCanada shares sagged badly Monday as investors reacted to news of further delays in the lengthy U.S. review of its proposed Keystone XL pipeline project.
Alberta Premier Dave Hancock will meet with Prime Minister Stephen Harper in Ottawa next week to talk about the Keystone XL pipeline.
The state's oil and natural gas industry is growing and the unemployment rate is falling, but increased spending on special projects and more tax breaks means that Oklahoma has about $188 million less to spend on education, child welfare and prisons.
Received this e-mail today from the Pennsylvania Democratic Party regarding Governor Tom Corbett and the Marcellus Shale: Maybe you've picked up on it as we have but it can be caught in his re-election announcement, campaign ad, and public speeches.
The U.S. government's decision to stall the Keystone XL pipeline project will harm American energy security and the economies of both the U.S. and Canada, says the federal finance minister.
Whenever businesses and bureaucrats don't have the guts to stand behind a decision they've made, they release the news late on a Friday.
The Patriot-News' recent editorial, "Cleaner, but not clean enough," fails to acknowledge Pennsylvania's visionary leadership role in reducing emissions from the natural gas industry.
They currently have a $54.00 price target on the stock, down from their previous price target of $56.00.
Markets in Europe, Hong Kong and Australia were closed for Easter Monday. TransCanada was the biggest drag on the index, closing down 3.7 percent at C$49.38 after the Obama administration again delayed a decision on whether to approve the Keystone project.
The Alaska Legislature may not be quite finished with its work in Juneau but one major piece of business, approval for state participation in a large North Slope gas pipeline and liquefied natural gas project, is finished.
Large sections of pipe dotted the landscape in Sumner, Texas, in October as crews worked on the Keystone XL pipeline.
DOS said on April 18 that it will seek the input of eight federal agencies in the course of assessing the National Interest Determination.
SB138, from Gov. Sean Parnell, would set state participation at about 25 percent in a project also being pursued TransCanada, the Alaska Gasline Development Corp., and the North Slope's major players.
How has this question yielded such almost uniformly civil discussion? Who is TransCanada? Is it the Chinese government? Have Canadian businessmen sold Canadian oil to the Chinese government, promising there would be a clear way through America to get it to those ships in the Gulf of Mexico waiting to ship it directly to China? Would that oil ... (more)
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