Bill to open OCS to gas leasing draws support
Five representatives of business and social service organizations have expressed support for opening more of the US Outer Continental Shelf to natural gas leasing.
Company News: Kerr-McGee completes Tronox share offering
Kerr-McGee Corp., Oklahoma City, closed its initial public offering of Tronox Inc.'s Class A common stock in what the company described as "a significant step"
European conference ponders deregulated gas market
As unseasonably early and savage winter storms approached the UK last month, uncertainty of supply and high prices for winter fuels were chief concerns of Europe’s natural gas industry leaders as they opened the 20th annual European Autumn Gas Conference in London.
NGSA urges caution in OCS gas-gathering rule change
The US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission should ensure that captive natural gas producers continue to be protected before repealing two regulations covering offshore gathering facilities, the Natural Gas Supply Association warned.
Pakistan privatizing gas production, transmission systems
For the past decade, Pakistan has been reforming various elements of its industry through regulation changes, investment liberalization, and the privatization of government-owned companies.
Watching Government: Budget confab key to ANWAR
As the 109th Congress comes back from its Thanksgiving break, it confronts a bigger than usual serving of leftovers, a handful of which involves oil and gas.
Watching the World: Total settles with Sherpa
Total SA has reached an agreement with the French Sherpa Association for an end to legal proceedings begun in 2002 on behalf of eight nationals of Myanmar.
Editorial: Windfall folly costs
With the Windfall Profit Tax Act of 1980, the US Congress accomplished only one of its goals.