October 13, 2021 archive

Kansas Gas seeks $105 million penalties on natural gas providers

  Kansas Gas Service, the subsidiary of ONE Gas based in Tulsa is attempting to reach a deal to recover $100 million from its large customers who didn’t provide enough natural gas during the historic February winter storm. The Kansas Reflector reported a settlement plan was filed last week with Kansas regulators by Kansas Gas …

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Low-carbon hydrogen development pushed by Phillips 66

Phillips 66 announced this week it is partnering with Plug Power Inc. to develop low-carbon hydrogen businesses. The announcement followed Phillips 66’s declaration last month that it intended to cut greenhouse gas emissions. Click here for Reuters report.  

Denver-based energy group files to go public

  Denver’s Desert Peak Minerals Inc. is apparently going public. Back by three major private equity funds, the company filed paperwork to set up a public offering this year and be traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Desert Peak Minerals is a company that does not carry out oil and gas exploration. Instead it …

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New Mexico in race to hire Environmental OSHA inspectors

  New Mexico’s Environment Department is in a mad rush to hire 30 people as Occupational Safety and Health Program workers to make sure there are safe working conditions—“from your neighborhood dry cleaner to oil and gas facilities.” The State Agency launched a hiring effort this week to find motivated and qualified candidates “who want …

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