Oil and gas news briefs April 13, 2012 Published: April 13, 2012 For more information and updates, please visit our website: Arcticgas.gov. Oil and gas news briefs April 13, 2012 Falling gas prices drive utilities to push coal aside Producers cannot avoid pain of low natural gas prices Goldman Sachs sees $2 gas into third quarter before 2013 recovery Low natural gas prices limit companies’ ability to borrow money Energy Secretary sees government role in fracking rules Explorers convert drilling rigs to run on natural gas Doctors object to fracking chemicals confidentiality agreement Shell and partners close to agreement on Kitimat LNG plant Canada approves export license for small LNG project at Kitimat Japan’s 2012 LNG demand expected to hold steady at 11 bcf a day New 435-mile gas liquids pipeline will run from Colorado to Texas Kinder Morgan wants to expand oilsands pipeline to B.C. coast Poll shows B.C. opposition to Enbridge oilsands pipeline tops 50% Read more > Recent OFC News Alaska producers announce they will look into LNG export project Risks, opportunities await suppliers of gas to Asia, analyst says Alaska gas pipeline wars – Part 3: 2000-2012 Alaska gas pipeline wars – Part 2: 1982-2001 Alaska gas pipeline wars – Part 1: 1971-1982 Quick Links Arcticgas.gov Pipeline Topics Permitting Frequently Asked Questions Event Calendar About the OFC Contact Us Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects 1717 H Street, NW, Suite 801 Washington, DC 20006 Copyright © 2012 Alaska Natural Gas Transportation Projects, All rights reserved. Not already receiving project updates and other news? Sign up for updates from Arcticgas.gov.