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New Study Outlines Pump-to-Wheel Emissions for Natural Gas HDVs

Rate this article By NGV Global Figure 5: Methane emissions by component (see endnote) A West Virginia University (WVU) pump-to-wheels study is the first end-use paper to quantify and discuss the sources and amount of greenhouse-gas methane that is emitted across the natural gas supply chain. The collaborative study was carried out at the WVU…

Crowley christens fourth LNG-ready product tanker

Rate this article By LNG World News Crowley Maritime Corp christened its fourth LNG-ready product tanker, the MT West Virginia, on Tuesday, at Philly Shipyard. The tanker is LNG ready, meaning it can later be converted for propulsion by liquefied natural gas. The vessel is 600 feet long and is capable of carrying crude oil…

Philly Shipyard delivers last LNG-ready product tanker to Crowley

Rate this article By LNG World News LNG-ready West Virginia (Image: Crowley)U.S.-based Crowley Maritime on Friday took delivery of the last of four LNG-ready product tankers built by Philly Shipyard. The tanker named West Virginia, is scheduled for christening on August 16, before starting work for its Charterer, Marathon Petroleum Corporation, Crowley said in its…

Antero to buy Marcellus nonoperated interest from Statoil

Rate this article Antero Resources Corp., Denver, has agreed to acquire certain nonoperated interest in the Marcellus shale in West Virginia from Statoil ASA for $96 million in cash. The deal is expected to close by the end of the third quarter. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Oil & Gas Journal –…

Antero to acquire West Virginia acreage for $450 million

Rate this article Antero Resources Corp., Denver, has agreed to acquire 55,000 net acres of undeveloped Marcellus shale leasehold, including deep rights on 41,000 net acres prospective for the underlying dry Utica, and 14 MMcfed of net production from Southwestern Energy Co., Houston, for $450 million. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Oil…

EQT buys Marcellus shale assets from Statoil

Rate this article By LNG World News Norwegian energy giant Statoil said it has agreed to divest its operated Marcellus properties in the US state of West Virginia to EQT Corporation for US$407 million. EQT will acquire 62,500 net acres, and current natural gas production of 50 MMcfe per day from Statoil USA Onshore Properties,…

Natural gas pipeline builder announces route changes

Rate this article Article Abstract: In a filing Friday with federal regulators, Dominion Energy said the changes would reduce the potential impacts on salamander habitats in the Monongahela National Forest in West Virginia and the George Washington National Forest in Virginia. from Fuel Fix Click Here To Read Full Article Visit Fuel Fix for more…