All Posts Tagged With: "EnCana Oil and Gas (USA) Inc"
The comment period for the notice of intent for the proposed new Moneta Divide Oil and Gas Development opens from now until March 4th, 2013. Encana Oil and Gas is proposing establishing four-thousand new natural gas wells in Fremont County and Natrona County with a pipeline to Sweetwater County.20Jan2013 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
REGIONAL UPDATE — Encana’s Agreement with Nucor Ties Colorado Natural Gas Development to Demand Creation
“These types of partnerships create jobs and help strengthen our country’s economy while at the same time reducing manufacturing’s environmental footprint by switching to a cleaner burning and highly-regulated source of energy,”
said Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper.
For those concerned about their First Amendment right to voice ongoing concern about energy industry practices that may have caused water contamination in the area, Purcell had another message. “You can still get a cistern and still raise Cain,” he said.3Jun2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
Houston-based Contango Oil and Gas Company is investing in the funding consortium that will target tight sandstone formations using shale gas completion technology. The Jonah field is the third-largest oil producing field in Wyoming and one of the largest single gas fields in the United States.11Apr2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
Chrysler plans to build the “first production-line pickup truck powered by natural gas.” The manufacturer says it is set to start building at least 2,000 heavy-duty Ram bi-fuel trucks that operate on a combination of compressed natural gas and gasoline.27Mar2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
The agency is looking for experts to review a controversial draft report released last month that linked drilling operations in Pavillion, Wyoming, to water contamination in the area. Encana, the operator of the natural gas field, had requested a peer review of EPA’s findings.18Jan2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
As many continue to question the scientific conclusions of the findings, both the EPA and industry representatives say the specific concerns raised in the report are not applicable to southeast Wyoming — because the Niobrara formation is geologically much different than the Pavillion area.4Jan2012 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
In a detailed press release to media, the energy company noted that many of the EPA’s findings from its recent deep monitoring wells, including those related to any potential connection between fracking and Pavillion groundwater quality, “are conjecture, not factual, and only serve to trigger undue alarm.”13Dec2011 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
State, tribal and federal officials, as well as residents and the natural gas company in the Pavillion area, are already investigating why some water wells there are contaminated.
A separate federal investigation recently discovered high levels of methane, benzene and other chemicals in monitoring wells.
Federal environmental regulators say they will develop national standards for disposal of the polluted “produced water” generated by hydraulic fracturing for natural gas. The agency said it will draft standards for fracking wastewater that drillers would have to meet before sending it to treatment plants.20Oct2011 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
“In building this infrastructure, we are helping to reenergize the American economy. Up to
35,000 jobs are created with every one percent increase in North America’s natural gas production,” said Eric Marsh, Executive Vice-President of Encana Corporation.
It’s not perpetual motion, but maybe it’s a runner up. The natural gas experts at Encana, along with the engineers from Ensign Energy Services, have developed a new method of running their natural gas drilling rigs on… natural gas.10Oct2011 | admin | 0 comments | Continued
The largest natural gas producer in Wyoming is planning to develop the Moneta Divide field, with production beginning three to four years from now. It could eventually exceed the Jonah Field in Western Wyoming, according to a company spokesperson.1Aug2011 | admin | 0 comments | Continued