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It’s Getting Harder to Take Fracktivists Seriously

February 24, 2016

The moment anyone mentions fracking, the technology’s detractors, some call them “Fracktivists,” show up to spread fear about it. They claim fracking poisons drinking water, damages the environment, and promotes the use of “dirty” oil and natural gas. Well, it’s

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Gastar to Sell Its Marcellus Shale and Utica/Point Pleasant Properties for $80 Million, W. Va.

February 23, 2016

Gastar Exploration Inc. has entered into a definitive purchase and sale agreement (PSA) to sell certain Appalachian Basin assets primarily located in Marshall and Wetzel Counties, West Virginia. Gastar has entered into a PSA with an affiliate of Tug Hill

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Southern Company Named to Fortune Magazine’s World’s Most Admired Companies

February 23, 2016

Fortune magazine has named Southern Company to its 2016 “World’s Most Admired Companies” list, marking the seventh consecutive year the company has earned recognition among the publication’s top three utilities worldwide. Fortune recognized Southern Company as an industry leader for

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SoCalGas Begins the Process of Permanently Sealing Aliso Canyon Well, California

February 22, 2016

Southern California Gas Co. (SoCalGas) has begun the process of permanently sealing the well at its Aliso Canyon storage facility. SoCalGas is working closely with the California Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources (DOGGR) throughout this process. On December

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JP Energy Begins Expansion of Ethanol Rail Facility in Arkansas

February 19, 2016

JP Energy Partners has commenced the ethanol unit train project, an expansion of the existing rail facilities at its North Little Rock refined products terminal in Arkansas, US. The firm expects the upgrades to boost the ethanol offloading efficiency and

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U.S. Enters Settlement Talks Over Coal Mines in Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico

February 19, 2016

Federal judges have suspended lawsuits that challenged coal mining projects in Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico after government attorneys asked for time to negotiate potential settlements. The judges’ rulings give the U.S. Justice Department until April 1 to negotiate with

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Natural Resource Partners to Sell Portion of Oil and Gas Mineral Rights for $47.5 Million

February 18, 2016

Natural Resource Partners L.P. (NRP) has signed a definitive agreement to sell a portion of its oil and gas mineral rights and has closed a transaction to sell certain of its aggregates mineral rights for combined proceeds of $47.5 million

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DTE Energy Responds to Governor Snyder’s Order to Suspend Work on State’s Clean Power Plan, Michigan

February 18, 2016

DTE Energy Chairman and CEO Gerry Anderson has responded to Governor Snyder’s order to suspend work on the state’s plan to comply with the Clean Power Plan. “Developing national energy policy is a complex process with a diversity of views

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CHS Completes Crude Oil Refinery at McPherson, Kansas

February 18, 2016

Member-owners of CHS Inc. are now benefiting from the recently completed coker at the company’s central Kansas refinery. Construction of the coker unit at the CHS Refinery at McPherson began in March 2013 and took nearly 2.8 million construction man

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Mercuria Energy Acquires Rocky Mountain Crude Business Unit from Enterprise Crude Oil

February 18, 2016

Mercuria Energy has acquired a Rocky Mountain crude supply and marketing business from Enterprise Crude Oil LLC, an affiliate of Enterprise Products Partners L.P. Mercuria acquired a marketing team and assets in Wyoming, North Dakota, Colorado and Montana. With the

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