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SHALE INSIGHT™ 2014 Conference Technology Showcase

PITTSBURGH–(Business Wire)–The Marcellus Shale Coalition’s (MSC) Research Collaborative is holding its annual Technology Showcase as a pre-conference event prior to SHALE INSIGHT™ 2014 conference in Pittsburgh, PA to provide suppliers of emerging technologies an opportunity to showcase their innovation to the natural gas producer, midstream pipeline and service community. This year the Showcase will be

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Making the most of America’s natural gas resources

By MARTY DURBIN The National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners is in Dallas this week. And while few may know of this important group, it consists of officials from all 50 states whose job it is to ensure consumers have reliable, affordable electricity. Because natural gas plays a critical and growing role in meeting those

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Cheap Natural Gas Triggers Major Industrial Expansion Plans In the U.S.

By Nick Cunningham Natural gas consumption in the United States could rise by 19 to 31 percent over the next five years due to a wave of industrial projects slated for construction. A new study from the University of Texas’ Center for Energy Economics found 144 natural gas-intensive industrial projects on the drawing board that

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How to Clean the Gas and Oil Industries’ Most Contaminated Water

By David Talbot A new process can cheaply clean extremely briny water coming up from oil wells. In a nondescript site in Midland, Texas, an inexpensive new process is cleaning up some of the most contaminated water around—the extremely salty stuff that comes up with oil at wells. By the end of next month the

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Multiple deals inked to move Marcellus gas to Gulf Coast, Canada

By Stephanie Ritenbaugh / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Midstream company Energy Transfer Partners said Thursday it is planning a new pipeline to connect Marcellus and Utica shale production to Canada and the Gulf Coast. Meanwhile, Range Resources, a drilling company with operations in the shale plays, inked multiple deals to ship natural gas and ethane on one

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