Tag: LNG exports

‘EYES ON SHELL’ virtual meeting tonight

Wednesday, November 2, 2022 at 7:30PM EDT Just in from BC-MAC: Have you registered yet? If not, there’s still time! REGISTER HERE Shell’s Final Air Permit: Title VHow Can We Protect Our Community? The Proof is in the Permit; join us to discuss the upcoming… Continue Reading “‘EYES ON SHELL’ virtual meeting tonight”

U.S. SENATE RACE: Oz and Fetterman Both Support Fracking, But To What Extent?

Pennsylvania’s U.S. Senate candidates clarified their views on shale gas extraction during last night’s one hour debate. During the debate, John Fetterman referenced his 2019 support for a proposed fracking site at a steel mill near his home, while also repeating his support for… Continue Reading “U.S. SENATE RACE: Oz and Fetterman Both Support Fracking, But To What Extent?”

LNG ‘Traffic Jam’ Limits European Imports

“Exceptional Situation” has dozens of ships carrying liquefied natural gas (LNG) circling off the coasts of Spain An October 17, 2022 story by Marwa Rashad and Belén Carreño from Reuters tells of the sort of snafu that results when LNG shipping supply exceeds storage… Continue Reading “LNG ‘Traffic Jam’ Limits European Imports”

Explainer: Why US Natural Gas Prices Have Soared

There are four things to take into consideration. “The primary reason natural gas was at $2/MMBtu two years ago is that the 2019-2020 winter was one of the warmest on record. That meant that we exited the winter with natural gas storage levels at… Continue Reading “Explainer: Why US Natural Gas Prices Have Soared”

Susquehanna County Gas Company Raising Rates 33.2% Even Though County is Top Gas Producer

Explainer: So Why Does A Susquehanna County Gas Company Have To Raise Rates 33.2% When Susquehanna County Is The #1 Shale Gas Producer In PA? By David E. Hess | PA Environment Digest | September 9, 2022 On September 19, the Public Utility Commission is holding… Continue Reading “Susquehanna County Gas Company Raising Rates 33.2% Even Though County is Top Gas Producer”

PENNSYLVANIA: Penn LNG Export Terminal Proposal

Pennsylvania LNG Export Terminal in Talks to Commercialize Project An August 31, 2022 story by Jamison Cocklin of NGI shared the latest news: An East Coast LNG export terminal that would tap into vast amounts of feed gas from the Appalachian Basin is aiming… Continue Reading “PENNSYLVANIA: Penn LNG Export Terminal Proposal”

Cost of Natural Gas Provided by Major Utilities in PA Increased as Much as 154% Over Last Year

Guest blog by David E. Hess | PA Environment Digest | August 17, 2022 The cost of natural gas provided to customers by the seven largest natural gas utilities in Pennsylvania increased from 31 percent to 154.6 percent over the last year, according to… Continue Reading “Cost of Natural Gas Provided by Major Utilities in PA Increased as Much as 154% Over Last Year”