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    Gas News - January 25


    There are 39 news articles for this date.

    Generation


    Greene County gas pipeline expansion will highlight ongoing climate battle
    Jan. 25—ATHENS — A proposal by the Iroquois gas pipeline company to install 12,000 horsepower compressors here in Greene County and in Dutchess County is turning into an early example of the choices state regulators must make in light of
    Rick Karlin, Times Union, Albany, N.Y.
     
    Interior utility to buy natural gas trucked from North Slope
    Amid concerns over future supplies of natural gas from Cook Inlet, a small Fairbanks utility has signed unprecedented agreements with affiliates of Hilcorp to buy gas trucked from Alaska's North Slope oil fields. An official with the Interior Gas Utility
    ALEX DEMARBAN
     
    Rystad Energy sees Deep South shale region as U.S. natural gas standout
    A shale reserve straddling the border of Louisiana and Texas is expected to account for the bulk of an expected 7% increase in U.S. natural gas production, Norwegian energy research firm Rystad Energy said Tuesday. Rystad on Tuesday said it
    UPI Top News
     
    Heating fuel prices and supply stabilize as winter weather sets in
    Jan. 25—LEWISTON — Warmer temperatures across much of Maine have helped stabilize heating fuel prices in the past few months and allowed retailers and wholesalers to build their storage capacity. "Overall, the market has stabilized and is trending good," according
    Christopher Wheelock, Sun Journal, Lewiston, Maine
     
    U.S. natural gas storage saw higher-than-forecast 91 bcf draw last week - EIA
    By Barani Krishnan Investing.com -- Utilities drew a higher-than-forecast 91 bcf, or billion cubic feet, from U.S. natural gas storage for heating and electricity generation last week, according to government data that showed little market enthusiasm for pushing prices of
    Investing.com
     
    Matador (MTDR) Signs $1.6B Deal to Buy Delaware Basin Assets
    Matador Resources Company MTDR entered an agreement to acquire Advance Energy Partners Holdings LLC for a cash consideration of $1.6 billion. Along with the cash payment, Matador might have to pay an additional $7.5 million of cash each month in
    Zacks Equity Research
     
    U.S. Natural Gas Prices Crash By 7%
    By Charles Kennedy U.S. natural gas prices fell below $3 per million British thermal units this week for the first time in two years amid continuing warm weather that started a commodity selloff. Prices first dipped below $3 per MMBtu
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    Texas oil, gas industry paid record $24.7 billion in taxes, state royalties in fiscal '22
    (The Center Square) – The Texas oil and natural gas industry paid a record $24.7 billion in state and local taxes and state royalties in fiscal 2022, by far the highest total in Texas history. It represents a 54% increase
    The Center Square: Texas
     
    JEV Jericho's Lazarus No. 1 initial production at 75 bopd
    Jericho Energy Ventures Inc (TSX-V:JEV) Shares Issued 226,252,169 Last Close 1/25/2023 $0.345 Thursday January 26 2023 - News Release Mr. Allen Wilson reports JERICHO ENERGY VENTURES LAZARUS #1 WELL DELIVERING STRONG RESULTS Jericho Energy Ventures Inc.'s Lazarus No. 1 vertical
    Canada StockWatch
     
    Natural-gas bills soar to record highs
    Utility places blame on weather and market conditions Have you been shocked recently when you opened your latest gas bill? If so, you’re not alone. Area residents have reported increases from 100% to 200%, and rumblings/grumblings “on the street” have
    TIM WILCOX
     
    USA: In the past 20 years, natural gas has displaced most coal-fired generation in Pennsylvania
    Source: US Energy Information Administration January 26, 2023 As of January 1, 2023, we are now publishing four new Today in Energy articles each week, from Monday through Thursday. Natural gas-fired power plants generated 2% of the electricity produced in
    ForeignAffairs.co.nz
     
    Congressman Pfluger files bill to repeal natural gas tax
    Jan. 25—They haven't yet taken effect, but Congressman August Pfluger wants to ensure methane fees included in the Inflation Reduction Act signed last year never come to pass. The Republican, who represents Texas' District 11, which includes much of the
    Mella Mcewen, Midland Reporter-Telegram, Texas
     
    Cheniere Energy (LNG) Dips More Than Broader Markets: What You Should Know
    Cheniere Energy (LNG) closed at $148.84 in the latest trading session, marking a -1.44% move from the prior day. This change lagged the S&P 500's daily loss of 0.02%. At the same time, the Dow added 0.03%, and the tech-heavy
    Zacks Equity Research
     
    Natural gas hits 20-month low, firmly in $2 territory despite evolving cold
    By Barani Krishnan Investing.com -- Relief isn’t on the horizon yet for bulls in natural gas, with the heating fuel trading in $2 territory on Wednesday after hitting 20-month lows despite evolving forecasts for cold in a winter dominated by
    Investing.com
     
     
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    Financial


    Why Cheniere Energy (LNG) is Poised to Beat Earnings Estimates Again
    Have you been searching for a stock that might be well-positioned to maintain its earnings-beat streak in its upcoming report? It is worth considering Cheniere Energy (LNG), which belongs to the Zacks Oil and Gas - Exploration and Production -
    Zacks Equity Research
     
     
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    International


    Poland to take on more LNG from the United States
    U.S-based Sempra Infrastructure said Wednesday it signed a long-term agreement to deliver much-needed liquefied natural gas to Poland from an export facility planned for Texas. Sempra signed a 20-year sale and purchase agreement with PKN ORLEN, recently acquired by Polish
    UPI Top News
     
    Poland's Orlen signs long-term LNG deal with US's Sempra
    Under the deal, Sempra Infrastructure will deliver one million tonnes of LNG every year for twenty years, Orlen CEO Daniel Obajtek said at a press conference on Wednesday and added that the agreement "secures increased use of natural gas in
    Dabrowski Jaroslaw
     
    Gas offtake from European storage facilities above the norm; Gazprom requests 24.4 mcm for transit via Ukraine
    MOSCOW. Jan 25 (Interfax) - Gas offtake from underground storage facilities in Europe has again exceeded the five-year average for the time of year, while the latest forecast for milder weather this week could send spot opries for gas down
    Interfax Russia & CIS Energy Newswire
     
    Uganda’s natural gas resources as an alternative energy source
    All the countries in the East African Region (EAR) are not producing sufficient energy to meet their current needs. Only about 10% of the EAR is electrified with about 90% utilizing biomass as a primary source of energy. However, the
    Contify Energy News
     
    Norway to offer record number of Arctic oil, gas exploration blocks
    Norway on Tuesday said it plans to offer a record number of gas and oil exploration blocks in the Arctic, with environmental NGOs condemning an "aggressive" promotion of fossil fuels. The Scandinavian nation -- Europe's primary natural gas supplier and
    AFP World News
     
    Gas-Fired Power Is Now Cheaper Than Offshore Wind Again
    From NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT By Paul Homewood . . There are increasingly strong signs that European gas prices are back to pre-war lows and may stop that way. TTF is the European benchmark. As Timera explain,
    Watts Up With That?
     
    Gas prices continue to fall in Europe and are already down 25% in one month
    Natural gas prices in Europe continue to slide for the third day in a row, thanks to warmer-than-normal weather that is sharply reducing demand on the continent. Benchmark futures have fallen as much as 4.8% on the day, after weather
    CE Noticias Financieras
     
    Bulgaria's first offshore wind project to power Petroceltic gas field
    SOFIA (Bulgaria), January 26 (SeeNews) - French renewable energy company Eolink said it is launching an EU-backed floating offshore wind project which will see one of its 5 MW turbines installed off the Bulgarian coast of the Black Sea. The
    SeeNews Power Market Review
     
    Reform Of EU Electricity Market Design: Consultation Underway And Proposal Expected By End Of Q1 2023
    The European Commission is consulting until 13 February 2023 on policy proposals that would lead to amendment of the Internal Market in Electricity Regulation and Directive, as well as the REMIT Regulation. Background The impact of the war in Ukraine
    By Ms Katrina Donnelly, Fiona Egan, Niall Donnelly, Trainee and James Downey
     
    European gas inventories fall to 76%; Gazprom requests 24.2 mcm for transit via Ukraine
    MOSCOW. Jan 26 (Interfax) - Gas offtake from underground storage facilities in Europe has again exceeded the five-year average amid normal temperatures for the time of year, while the updated forecast for milder weather this week continues to send spot
    Interfax Russia & CIS Energy Newswire
     
    Nepra grants separate generation licence to NPGCL-GENCO-III for 565.65MW plant
    The National Electric Power Regulatory Authority (NEPRA) has granted a separate generation licence to Northern Power Generation Company Limited (NPGCL/GENCO-III) for its 565.65 MW Combined Cycle Power Plant at Nandipur to facilitate its privatisation. Nandipur Power Plant is in operation
    Nation
     
    Power bills to keep charging upward
    While price hikes for gas, furniture, electronics and clothes are slowing down after a long stretch of sharp gains, one costly item isn't expected to get cheaper anytime soon: electricity. Economists say consumers should expect their electric bills to continue
    By Medora Lee, USA TODAY
     
    Fatih Birol: "Right now there is more uncertainty about diesel than gas".
    He has just landed from Paris and is in a hurry. Fatih Birol (Ankara, Turkey, 64 years old), director general of the International Energy Agency (IEA), takes 20 minutes to chat with EL PAÍS in the only interview he will
    CE Noticias Financieras
     
    Karpowership and Ukraine Sign Energy Cooperation MOU to Ease Power Crisis
    Deal aims to fast track up to 500MW of electricity capacity via Powerships Moldova, Romania are most likely locations for vessels to feed into Ukraine's grid LONDON, Jan. 26, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Karpowership has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with
    PR Newswire Europe
     
    Report: Methane emissions intensity fell in Permian Basin by over 76%
    (The Center Square) – Methane emissions in the Permian Basin – one of the largest oil and natural gas fields in the world – fell by significant margins as production increased in the most recent decade analyzed. From 2011 to
    The Center Square: Texas
     
    Gas production at Shah Deniz to hit peak in 2023 - BP
    BAKU. Jan 26 (Interfax) - Production of natural gas at Azerbaijan's Shah Deniz field will reach its peak this year, according to BP, the project's technical operator. "We very much hope, plan that we will be able to reach peak
    Interfax Russia & CIS Energy Newswire
     
    EPH enters the Dutch market by acquiring two gas fired power plants
    EPH closed, via its subsidiary EP Netherlands, the acquisition of Sloe power plant with 870 MW installed capacity from ZEH N.V. and French electric utility company EDF S.A. EPH becomes a relevant player in the Dutch energy market, with approximately
    Contify Energy News
     
    LNG production at Sakhalin-2 up 10% in 2022 compared with 2021 to 11.5 mln tons
    MOSCOW, January 26. /TASS/. The production of liquified natural gas at the Sakhalin-2 project amounted to 11.5 mln tons in 2022, which is more than 10% higher than in 2021, the operator of the Sakhalin Energy project reported on Thursday,
    ITAR-TASS
     
    Sakhalin-2 LNG output tops target at 11.5 mln t in 2022, oil production totals 3.7 mln t
    YUZHNO-SAKHALINSK. Jan 26 (Interfax) - Sakhalin Energy, the operator of the Sakhalin-2 project's liquefied natural gas (LNG) plant, produced 11.5 million tonnes of LNG and 3.7 million tonnes of oil in 2022, the company said. "In 2022 the company exceeded
    Interfax Russia & CIS Energy Newswire
     
    Natural Gas Technical Analysis: The Price Continues to Decline - 26 January 2023
    Spot natural gas prices (CFDS ON NATURAL GAS) continued to decline during their early trading on Thursday, to record new daily losses until the moment of writing this report, by -1.72%. It settled at a price of $3.005 per million
    info@dailyforex.com
     
    Mauritius Commercial Bank Limited (MCB) Acts as Mandated Lead Arranger in Apex's Egyptian Natural Gas Investment
    Zaahir Sulliman (MCB): "This landmark transaction demonstrates the ability of MCB (www.MCB.mu) to develop and offer adapted solutions through a wide range of products and services to suit the needs of its clients" On 10 January 2023, Apex International Energy
    M2 PressWIRE
     
    Bulgaria extends Petroceltic's Kavarna East gas field concession
    SOFIA (Bulgaria), January 25 (SeeNews) - Bulgaria's interim government said on Wednesday that it has extended by 15 years the concession for the Black Sea natural gas block Kavarna East held by Luxembourg-based exploration and production company Petroceltic. The term
    SeeNews The Corporate Wire
     
    Natural gas shortages hit China as temperatures plunge
    BEIJING For many people across China, a shortage of natural gas and alarmingly cold weather are making a difficult winter unbearable. For Mr Li Yongqiang, they mean freezing nights without heat. "We dare not turn on the heat overnight --
    , Natural gas shortages hit China as temperatures plunge
     
    World: Commodities - EIU's monthly liquefied natural gas outlook
    January 12th 2023 Demand We expect global LNG imports to increase by 4.3% per year in 2023-24, after estimated growth of 4.1% in 2022, which was driven by a surge in supplies to Europe to fill the deficit left by
    EIU Viewswire
     
     
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