Stronger ties needed between Quebec and NB, minister says, CBC.ca. Jean-Marc Fournier also defended the Quebec government's role in the cancellation of the Energy East pipeline on Information Morning Fredericton on Friday. ... they changed their decision probably because a new pipeline authorized in the United States, probably because there is a new price of gas." ...
To our pipeline contractor/TSO friends: Kiev, Ukraine Your author serves on the board of the Export Council for Alaska. Today we learn that the Ukrainian Government is looking for potential Gas Transportation System Operator [...]
Editorial Comment: Your author served as director of public affairs for the Arctic Gas Project in the 1970s, a component of which was a Mackenzie Delta gas transportation project. Canada's National Energy Board killed that project [...]
Global Warming Opinion From Our Mid-Atlantic Energy Analyst: Given the odd pattern of the holiday weeks, we forgot until today about Euan Mearns’ Blowout Week, which we generally link. http://euanmearns.com/blowout-week-208/#more-20518 Given the weather for the [...]
Chairman Bishop Addresses ANWR Today, the House approved the conference report on H.R. 1, the “Tax Cuts & Jobs Act.” The bill includes language that opens up a small portion of the non-wilderness 1002 [...]
Russia Wins in Arctic After U.S. Fails to Kill Giant Gas Project By Jack Farchy and Elena Mazneva Building the $27 billion Yamal liquefied natural gas project meant shipping more than 5 million tons of [...]
Alaska U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan. Northern Gas Pipelines Photo by Dave Harbour We are grateful to Alaska U.S. Senator Dan Sullivan for spearheading this vital, under-reported hearing. Now to repeal all aspects [...]
Representative Rob Bishop, courtesy Civil Services. Today, Chairman Rob Bishop (R-UT) issued the following statement in reaction to the Bureau of Land Management’s (BLM) methane rule delay: “The previous rule was outside [...]