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June 25, 2014
14:07 EDTNEE, PQNextEra Energy subsidiary, PetroQuest partnering on new nat gas venture
Florida Power & Light, a subsidiary of NextEra Energy (NEE), announced it is partnering with PetroQuest Energy (PQ) on a new venture to develop up to 38 natural gas production wells in the Woodford Shale region in southeastern Oklahoma. PetroQuest will oversee and operate those wells. FPL will receive a portion of the natural gas produced from each well for its use. As part of its petition, FPL asked the Florida Public Service Commission to approve guidelines for future natural gas production projects to allow the company, and in turn its customers, to take advantage of future beneficial natural gas investment opportunities. "By investing in natural gas production at the source rather than paying full market prices, FPL is projecting customer savings of up to $107M over the life of the first project," the company said.
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September 2, 2014
08:14 EDTNEEEQT Corporation, NextEra Energy announce Mountain Valley pipeline project JV
EQT Corporation (EQT) and NextEra US Gas Assets, LLC, an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of NextEra Energy, Inc (NEE) today announced the formation of a joint venture, Mountain Valley Pipeline, LLC, that will construct and own the Mountain Valley Pipeline. The joint venture also announced the launch of a binding open season for the Mountain Valley Pipeline. The companies also announced EQT Corporation, through one or more of its affiliates, including EQT Midstream Partners, LP (EQM), will operate the pipeline and own a majority interest in the joint venture. With a vast supply of natural gas from Marcellus and Utica shale production, the Mountain Valley Pipeline is expected to provide at least two billion cubic feet per day of firm transmission capacity to demand markets in the Mid- and South Atlantic regions of the United States. Subject to FERC approval, the estimated 330-mile Mountain Valley Pipeline will connect the existing Equitrans transmission system in West Virginia, to Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Company’s Zone 5 compressor station 165 in Virginia – a highly marketable trading area for the southeast region. To-date, the joint venture has received firm capacity commitments that total 1.5 Bcf per day. The pipeline is expected to be in-service during the fourth quarter 2018.
August 28, 2014
13:44 EDTNEENextEra Energy: FPL issues statement on affirmation of 2012 rate settlement
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August 22, 2014
07:28 EDTPQPetroQuest shares well-positioned after pullback, says Stifel
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