14 Jan 2016

Corrected Story – More Than $100,000 in Property Taxes Received

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A previous article printed in the Argus Observer on January 6th, 2016 was incorrect. The natural gas industry has paid property taxes in Payette County. Correct information appears in this story. Source Payette County has received more than $100,000 in personal property taxes from Alta Mesa, an oil and gas company working in the county. An […]

29 Apr 2015

Growing U.S. Energy Self-Sufficiency

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Each month, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) puts out a Monthly Energy Review. Included are statistics on total energy production, consumption, trade, and energy prices; overviews of petroleum, natural gas, coal, electricity, nuclear energy, renewable energy, and international petroleum; carbon dioxide emissions; and data unit conversions. The March Review showed domestic energy production meeting 89% […]

19 Mar 2015

Exxon’s Tillerson: U.S. Should Harness its Energy Abundance

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More now than ever, policymakers are being called on to adopt new energy policies necessary to take advantage of the U.S. Energy Revolution. The following information comes from the Energy Tomorrow Blog. It was written by Mark Green on March 13th, 2015. See the original here. Exxon’s Tillerson: U.S. Should Harness its Energy Abundance UPI – U.S. policymakers are called on […]

15 Jan 2015

U.S. Oil, Gas Producers: Additional Methane Regulations Not Needed

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The following press release if from Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA). For additional information contact Neal Kirby or visit: www.ipaa.org. Wednesday, January 14, 2015 U.S. Oil, Gas Producers: Additional Methane Regulations Not Needed Washington, D.C. – Today, Independent Petroleum Association of America Executive Vice President Lee Fuller issued the following statement in response to the Obama Administration’s announcement […]

26 Dec 2014

Energy Tomorrow: Best Energy News of 2014 – One Fact at a Time

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EnergyTomorrow is recapping the best energy news of 2014 — Here is one fact to remember: Even as U.S. natural gas production has soared, methane emissions have decreased 40 percent since 2006. Source:  https://www.facebook.com/Energy.Tomorrow  

14 Dec 2014

Infographic: Natural Gas and Consumer Products

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As the Department of Energy explains, natural gas is used to make a wide array of common products from aspirin to umbrellas. Below is an Infographic from EnergyInDepth.org.  It can be seen in it’s origional form by visiting EnergyInDepth.org or by clicking here. To download/print a pdf version of the infographic, click on the link below: EID-The-Products-of-American-Shale-Development

10 Dec 2014

Independent Producers Remain at the Heart of the U.S. Shale Story

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Independent Producers Remain at the Heart of the U.S. Shale Story

The post below comes from Energy In Depth’s Ben Seifer. The origional post may be seen here, or by visiting energyindepth.org. To view the report from the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council (SBEC) used in the the post below, click here. The Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council (SBEC) recently released a report, which highlights the benefits of natural […]

3 Dec 2014

Chart of the Day: U.S. Oil Production by the Numbers

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The information below comes from the Daily Signal. The infographic was created by Kelsey Harris.  The post may be seen in it’s original form here. As news stirs around OPEC’s decision to not cut oil production, we’ve pulled together the chart below with a closer look at the surging production in the United States. Energy expert Nick […]

24 Sep 2014

A Four-Step Energy Strategy For Our Time

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A Four-Step Energy Strategy For Our Time

The article below was seen on RealClearEnergy.org. It was written by Mark Mills, author of “Prime The Pump: The Case for Repealing America’s Oil Export Ban,” July 2014. The original article may be seen here. It’s a sign of the times: The Islamic State is getting millions in oil revenues. According to one news organization, the terror group is even recruiting […]

19 Jul 2014

Congratulations to IPC Members Intermountain Gas and Alta Mesa for a Successful Event!

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NEW PLYMOUTH, Idaho — Governor Butch Otter and folks from the energy industry went out to Payette County Thursday to look at a growing field in Idaho energy: Natural gas. New Plymouth has the first commercial natural gas well in the state. The well, owned by Houston-based Alta Mesa, provides gas for the town of […]

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