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    Gas News - December 4


    There are 31 news articles for this date.

    Utility Business / General


    Ontario Could Cut Emissions 85%, Save $9.5B by Replacing Gas Plants with Efficiency
    Ontario could cut projected climate emissions 85% by 2035 and reduce its use of carbon-heavy, gas-fired power plants to less than 3% of power production if its grid met rising electricity demand with energy efficiency, solar, wind, and energy storage,
    The Energy Mix
     
    Growth Energy to IRS - Maximize Benefits of Clean Fuel and Carbon Capture Credits
    WASHINGTON, D.C. - Growth Energy submitted comments in response to notices issued by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) on implementation of tax credits under the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 (IRA) for clean fuel production (45Z) and carbon capture (45Q).
    ENP Newswire
     
     
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    Generation


    Sempra Infrastructure, INEOS celebrate "milestone" for Port Arthur LNG
    Sempra Infrastructure, a subsidiary of Sempra, today announced this week it entered into a long-term sale and purchase agreement with INEOS for the supply of liquefied natural gas from Phase 1 of its Port Arthur LNG project under development in
    PA News
     
    Utility recommends natural gas plant despite objections
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The nation's largest public utility on Friday recommended replacing an aging coal burning power plant with natural gas, ignoring calls for the Tennessee Valley Authority to speed its transition to renewable energy. TVA announced the completion
    By TRAVIS LOLLER and JONATHAN MATTISE, Associated Press
     
    Natural Gas Monthly Data for September 2022
    Highlights September 2022 - In September 2022, dry natural gas production increased year over year for the month for the 18th consecutive month. The preliminary level for dry natural gas production in September 2022 was 2,997 billion cubic feet (Bcf),
    Thai News Service
     
    ONE Gas to Participate in BofA and Wells Fargo Utility Conferences
    TULSA, Okla., Dec. 2, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- ONE Gas, Inc. (NYSE: OGS) today announced it will participate in the BofA Securities Gas Utility Conference on Monday, Dec. 5, 2022, in New York City, followed by the Wells Fargo Midstream, Utilities,
    PR Newswire
     
    Surge Energy pours $7 billion into Texas economy
    Dec. 4—Record amounts of oil and natural gas production taxes poured into Texas coffers in the fiscal year 2022, which ended Aug. 31 — to the tune of more than $10 billion. That doesn't include the severance taxes operators pay
    Mella McEwen, MRT.com/Midland, Houston Chronicle
     
    Reliability watchdog warns of winter electric shortfalls
    The nonprofit regulator charged with helping ensure the reliability of the North American electric grid is warning of potential electric supply shortfalls during severe weather this winter in several regions of the country. Earlier this month, the North American Electric
    ROBERT ZULLO
     
    Prepare for more gas price hikes. Here's why—and who's to blame
    As California energetically attempts to decarbonize the state's economy, some in Sacramento fear the plan faces a looming threat: astronomical gas prices that could fuel a massive public backlash. A state mandate will phase out sales of new internal combustion
    Russ Mitchell, Los Angeles Times
     
    Oil companies spent big to elect new California legislators. What will their millions buy?
    A handful of moderate Democrats and Republicans, beneficiaries of millions in oil contributions, are headed to the California Senate and Assembly this week. The industry spent heavily on the primary and general elections to boost business-friendly Republicans and moderate Democrats.
    Lindsey Holden, The Sacramento Bee
     
    Oil field services industry adds over 2,300 U.S. jobs in November, according to trade group
    Dec. 5—Companies that provide equipment, labor and technology for oil and gas drilling continue to add workers, but employment in the oil-field services sector remains below pre-pandemic levels. In November, employment in oil field services and equipment ticked up by
    Kyra Buckley, Houston Chronicle
     
    California lawmakers take on oil price gouging at special session. Here’s what could happen
    California lawmakers are preparing to debate alleged oil company price gouging, swear in new members and vote on leadership positions, all in the same day. Senate and Assembly members will convene in Sacramento on Monday for the start of the
    Lindsey Holden, The Sacramento Bee
     
    You're going to pay higher gas prices as California decarbonizes. Here's why
    As California energetically attempts to decarbonize the state's economy, some in Sacramento fear the plan faces a looming threat: astronomical gas prices that could fuel a massive public backlash. A state mandate will phase out sales of new internal combustion
    Russ Mitchell, Los Angeles Times
     
    PJM and Mon Power prepare for increased energy demand during cold winter months
    Dec. 4—MORGANTOWN — As winter prepares to set in, PJM — which oversees the 13-state regional energy grid — and its member utilities and power suppliers are preparing to meet the heightened power demand. "Planning to keep the power flowing
    David Beard, The Dominion Post, Morgantown, W.Va.
     
     
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    Billing


    J.D. Power ranks Piedmont Natural Gas No. 1 in customer satisfaction in South Large Segment
    * Utility tops peers in the South Large segment for first time * Company committed to its think-customer approach CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Piedmont Natural Gas earned the No. 1 spot in customer satisfaction with residential natural gas service in the
    M2 PressWIRE
     
     
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    Environmental


    Los Angeles City Council votes to ban oil and gas drilling
    The Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously on Friday to ban drilling of new oil and gas wells and phase out existing ones over the next 20 years. The vote comes after more than a decade of complaints from city
    BY DREW COSTLEY, AP Science Writer
     
     
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    International


    State aid: Commission opens in-depth investigation into Lithuanian measure to compensate Litgas for operation of LNG terminal
    BRUSSELS, 01 December 2022 /PRNewswire Policy/ -- The European Commission has opened an in-depth investigation to assess whether the compensation granted by Lithuania to Litgas UAB (‘Litgas') for supplying a mandatory quantity of liquefied natural gas (‘LNG') to the LNG
    PR Newswire Policy
     
    Natural gas powered tricycle 'Keke' debuts in Nigeria
    Reprieve has come the way of trycyle (Keke) riders in Nigeria as a company, Zeta Auto Limited will debut next year January different brands of trycyles, which use compressed natural gas or liquified petroleum gas as against petrol. This was
    Blueprint
     
    Andhra Pradesh: AG&P to supply of piped gas to households in Sathya Sai district soon
    The AG&P Pratham, the Compressed Natural Gas and Piped Natural Gas provider in Rayalaseema and Nellore, has proposed to invest ?220 crore in Sri Sathya Sai district for laying a steel pipeline from Sira to Hindupur for providing 20,000 domestic
    Hindu
     
    Natural gas price increase by 40% - a careless, short-sighted decision.
    Government of India has expanded the domestic price of natural gas by 40% to $8.57/M British Thermal Units (mBtu) on gross calorific value (GCV) basis for 2H FY 2023, starting 1 Oct 2022, compared to the period of Apr-Sep 2022.
    Chemical Weekly (CBNB Abstracts)
     
    Ineos signs 20-year LNG deal with Sempra in the US
    Ineos has signed an agreement with Sempra Infrastructure, a subsidiary of Sempra, to supply liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Phase I of the Port Arthur LNG export facility in Texas, US. Being developed in Jefferson County, the Phase 1 Port
    MarketLine
     
    Tellurian chief Charif Souki is selling new style LNG business, but so far no one's buying it
    Dec. 1—Tellurian Chairman Charif Souki has traveled from boardroom to boardroom peddling plans for his massive liquefied natural gas project in Louisiana. He attempted to raise $1 billion for the project through a public offering, promising to repay debt at
    Amanda Drane, Houston Chronicle
     
    South Asian LNG Buyers Said Locked out of Spot Market as Winter Approaches
    South Asian LNG buyers, particularly Pakistan and Bangladesh, are finding it difficult to pay high spot prices as the region moves into the winter season. Meanwhile, India has too much of the super-chilled fuel because domestic consumers refuse to pay
    Financial Services Monitor Worldwide
     
    Natural Gas in December Appreciates by Nearly 19%
    The Energy and Water Regulatory Commission (EWRC) Thursday approved a price of natural gas for December at BGN 146.09 per megawatt hour (MWh), excluding charges for access, transmission, excise duties and VAT, EWRC said in a press release. This is
    Bulgarian News Agency
     
    Parliament passes bill on freezing natural gas prices in 2023
    The bill went through on Thursday night with 424 votes in favour and 16 abstentions, with no votes against. Under the draft legislation, the gas price will be capped at PLN 200.17 (EUR 42.7) per megawatt hour (MWh) and distribution
    Robinson Marzanna
     
    Indiana customers continue to face higher bills as fossil fuels plants break, costs skyrocket
    For utility customers across Indiana, 2022 probably felt like one thing after another when it comes to their bills. And they would be right, according to consumer advocates. In recent months, utilities have repeatedly raised rates to cover the skyrocketing
    Sarah Bowman, Indianapolis Star
     
    Russia hits Ukraine grid in latest fatal barrage
    Ukraine was targeted on Monday by a new wave of fatal Russian missiles, the latest attack to disrupt power across the country and pile pressure on its embattled critical infrastructure as temperatures plunge. The attacks came just after Moscow shrugged
    AFP World News
     
    Fast Power enables fast economic growth on Oman’s coast
    The power plant Powered by GE's four TM2500 aeroderivative gas turbines to provide up to 80 megawatts (MW) of power, Oman's Special Economic Zone at Duqm (Sezad) has emerged one of the Middle East and North Africa's largest economic zones.
    TradeArabia
     
    Business Reporter: Leveraging expertise in fossil fuels to accelerate the green transition
    How 50 years of experience in oil and gas can be transferred into renewables technology LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM , December 5, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ -- In an article published on Business Reporter, Stress Engineering Services, a company with 50 years of
    EIN Presswire
     
    BP Doubles Down On Hydrogen As Fuel Of The Future
    BP chief executive Bernard Looney is betting on hydrogen to power future low-carbon businesses as the governments of major economies stump up cash to develop the fuel to decarbonise. Low-carbon hydrogen already has a big fan-base and is forecast to
    International Business Times
     
    OPEC keeps oil targets amid uncertainty on Russian sanctions
    FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — The Saudi-led OPEC oil cartel and allied producing countries, including Russia, are expected to decide how much oil to supply to the global economy amid weakening demand in China and uncertainty about the impact of new
    By DAVID McHUGH and CATHY BUSSEWITZ, AP Business Writers
     
     
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