Industry Advocates Make Case For Permitting Reform
Web Exclusive: Permitting Reform
Federal permitting reform is long past due, says a coalition of natural gas advocates. Their letter to key leaders in the U.S. Senate urges Congress to expedite permitting processes for key natural gas infrastructure.
EIA: U.S. LNG Exports To Keep Growing, Thanks in Part to the Haynesville
Web Exclusive: LNG Export Outlook
The U.S. Energy Information Administration predicts that U.S. liquefied natural gas exports will grow for decades. Thanks to well-located U.S. natural gas plays such as the Haynesville Shale, American producers appear poised to make that happen.
Anadarko Operators Comb Historical Data To Find Exciting Plays
May 2023 Cover Story
The Anadarko Basin’s long history of oil and gas development has given the region’s operators the detailed data they need to find intervals where modern drilling and completion techniques can release vast reserves. Lynx Resource Partners, Canvas Energy and Alvarado Minerals share the technologies and best practices that are helping them succeed.
Emissions Regulations Require New Balancing Act In U.S. Midstream Sector
May 2023 Editor's Choice
To optimize gas compression economics, companies must account for the methane waste fee in the Inflation Reduction Act. Fortunately, proven technologies can minimize its effects.
Cameras Enhance NGL Recoveries
May 2023 Markets & Analytics
By using new pipeline cameras to evaluate how well separators remove liquids from gas flows, gas processing plants can increase natural gas liquid recoveries, reduce costs and extend the life of critical equipment, including downstream pipelines. These benefits come from the cameras’ ability to reveal liquids in gas that traditional monitoring techniques report as dry.
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