The United States’ abundant natural gas supplies have helped domestic consumers reduce heating and electricity bills while blunting Russia’s ability to coerce Europe. To maximize the wonder fuel’s potential, Texans for Natural Gas argues, the United States should alleviate pipeline capacity constraints.
Several Factors Drive Growing Adoption of Creative Insurance Solutions
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Rising inflation, more frequent auto accidents, natural disasters, nuclear verdicts and the growing cost of insurance claims have created a hard insurance market for oil and gas companies. To protect themselves from risk at an affordable cost, many small and medium-sized companies are adopting innovative program structures.
It’s no secret that environmental, social and governance initiatives are becoming increasingly important to stakeholders. Accordingly, they are also important to oil and gas companies.
Regulatory requirements, pressure from investors and the public, and growing interest from buyers in gas that is certified as “responsibly sourced” are all motivating factors in the oil and gas industry’s quest to reduce methane emissions, while putting more gas into the sales line.
Creative Approaches Help Simplify Permitting For Much-Needed Pipelines
November 2022 Markets & Analytics
As the Mountain Valley Pipeline struggles to reach completion and New York continues to block all paths north, many are saying that if MVP ever is completed, it may be the last pipe out of the Marcellus/Utica. If that were to happen, current egress capacity for the region would become a permanent limit on annual production from the largest natural gas basin in the country. And only 600 miles away, its neighbors in New England would continue to rely heavily on liquefied natural gas imports to heat homes.