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  • Photo of Saudi Aramco heads into new waters

    Saudi Aramco heads into new waters

    Saudi Aramco goes public

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  • Photo of LNG to Railways?

    LNG to Railways?

    In October 2019, the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHSMA) published a notice of proposed rulemaking that would add language to the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) in order to allow liquefied natural gas (LNG) to be transported by rail. Currently, the HMR lists only highway or barge as appropriate methods to transport the energy source. The change was submitted…

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  • Photo of Keystone Carries On

    Keystone Carries On

    TC Energy Corp finished repairs last month after spilling more than 383,000 gallons in North Dakota at the end of October 2019. That spill was the fourth spill in three years for the passionately-debated Keystone Pipeline. But, one corridor of the pipeline is holding strong. The city of Port Neches in Texas has just shown its support for the crude…

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  • Photo of Top Players in Natural Gas

    Top Players in Natural Gas

    Overall, the top 40 natural gas producers in the United States saw a positive year-over-year change in production. At the end of the second quarter this year, the total million cubic feet reported by the Natural Gas Supply Association was 39,797 million cubic feet per day. This was about a 1,500 difference from 2018, which pumped out 37,087 million cubic…

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  • Photo of Another “Game-changer”

    Another “Game-changer”

    Methane hydrate is a newly discovered source of natural gas. It lies deep under sea beds and within permafrost. The U.S. Department of Energy describes it as a “cage-like lattice of ice” that is trapped by methane molecules. The “fire ice,” as it is also referred to, is formed in the sweet-spot of low temps and high pressure of continental…

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  • Photo of Fossil Fuels Still Defeat Renewable Energy Alternatives 

    Fossil Fuels Still Defeat Renewable Energy Alternatives 

    Fossil fuels have been used as a primary source of energy for centuries. In fact, anywhere from 70 to 80 percent of all energy used in the world comes directly from oil and gas products. Aside from electricity alone, fossil fuels are used for heating, production, transportation, and almost every physical item that humans utilize daily.  In light of the…

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