PA One of Two Finalists for “Massive” Ethane Storage Hub

The Appalachia Development Group (ADG) is leading an effort to build a ~$3.3 billion NGL storage hub in Appalachia. From the start, the thinking has been the storage hub would be located somewhere in West Virginia (see WV’s US Senators Lead the Charge to Build $10B NGL Storage Hub). But what’s this? ADG Chairman and

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US places near-record volumes of natgas in storage

The amount of stored working natural gas at Oct. 31, was 37 billion cubic feet higher than the previous five-year end-of-October average, according to Energy Information Administration data. Natural gas in storage in 2019 went from a relatively low volume of 1.16 trillion cubic feet at April 1, to 3.72 Tcf at Oct. 31, due

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Volume of working gas placed in storage shrinks

The volume of working gas injected into underground storage slowed to the smallest amount in seven months in the latest weekly survey by the Energy Information Administration, Kallanish Energy calculates. For the week ended Nov. 1, just 34 billion cubic feet of working gas was placed into storage — the smallest amount since 25 Bcf

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PA DEP Fines Equitrans $650K for SWPA Gas Storage Field Violation

Equitrans (nee EQT Midstream) owns a natural gas storage field in Greene County, PA, in the southwest corner of the state, called Swarts Field. Natural gas storage fields are an important, but often overlooked, part of the natgas ecosystem. Last December the state Dept. of Environmental Protection (DEP) threatened to shut down Swarts Field because

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PA Landowners Seek Class Action Against EQT re Gas Storage

Last July a group of 100+ southwestern Pennsylvania landowners sued EQT for failure to pay them rental fees for storing natural gas under their properties (see 100+ PA Landowners Sue EQT re Gas Storage Field Payments). That same group has just filed a request in U.S. District Court to upgrade the lawsuit to class action

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Energy Independence: The Fruit of the Shale Revolution

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. … … Energy independence is the result of a shale revolution that is now allowing the United States to produce 90% of its natural gas domestically and export too! Energy independence doesn’t get much clearer than this; 90% of our natural gas is now produced right here in the United

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Working gas injected falls under 100 Bcf 2nd straight week

The volume of working natural gas injected in the most recent weekly report by the Energy Information Administration was under 100 billion cubic feet for the second straight week, Kallanish Energy reports. For the week ended June 28, 89 Bcf of working gas was injected underground, bringing total working gas stored to 2.39 trillion cubic

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Carbon Dioxide Storage for Oil and Gas, As Renewables Hit Obstacle Wall

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. … … Carbon dioxide storage is a lot closer than fractivists suppose and it will destroy any advantages claimed by renewables as that sector faces big problems. One of our alert readers who spends a lot of time studying these issues sent me three articles that, read together, tell us

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Dominion Investigating Condensate Tank Fire in Tyler, WV

On May 25, lightning struck a 1 million gallon condensate tank near Friendly (Tyler County), WV on a Saturday afternoon (see Lightning Strikes Huge Condensate Tank in Tyler, WV – Fire Now Out). At least, that’s the theory. The strike (if that’s what it was) ignited the tank, creating a “massive” fire according to news

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Martin Midstream sells storage assets in $215M deal

Martin Midstream Partners said Monday it’s selling to Hartree Cardinal Gas its membership interests in Arcadia Gas Storage, Cadeville Gas Storage Monroe Gas Storage, and Perryville Gas Storage for $215 million in cash. The storage assets consist of roughly 50 billion cubic feet of working capacity located in northern Louisiana and Mississippi.  The transaction is

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Working gas in storage jumps by triple digits

The volume of working natural gas injected into underground storage during the week ended May 31, was the second-highest amount in 2019, and the fifth time this year the volume was measured in triple digits, Kallanish Energy reports. The Energy Information Administration reported 119 billion cubic feet of working gas was added to storage during the

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Working gas added to storage tops 100 Bcf for 3rd straight week

The volume of working gas injected into underground storage in the most recent Energy Information Administration survey topped 100 billion cubic feet for the third consecutive week. At May 24, 1.87 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of working gas was stored, up 114 Bcf from the week-earlier total of 1.75 Tcf, Kallanish Energy calculates. The latest

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Working gas stored increases, EIA reports

The volume of working natural gas injected into storage in the Lower 48 U.S. states the week of May 3, slowed from the previous week’s triple-digit increase, but marked the sixth straight week of volume increases, the Energy Information Administration reported. During the latest survey week, 85 billion cubic feet (Bcf) of working gas was

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EIA: Underground Natural Gas Storage Declined in 2018

This article is provided FREE for Google searchers. In order to access all content on Marcellus Drilling News, please visit our Subscribe page. Natgas storage options Natural gas storage may not be glamorous, but it plays a key role in the natural gas industry in the U.S. (and elsewhere). Not all of the natgas that

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