Foster Natural Gas/Oil Report
The Foster Natural Gas/Oil Report, formerly known as the Foster Natural Gas Report and Foster Associates Report, is a U.S.-based weekly newsletter published by Foster Associates, Inc. It was founded in Washington, D.C. on March 23, 1956 by J. Rhoades Foster and a group of economists. Its editor-in-chief is Edgar D. Boshart.
|Founder(s)||J. Rhoades Foster|
|Publisher||Foster Associates, Inc.|
|Editor-in-chief||Edgar D. Boshart|
|Founded||March 23, 1956|
|Headquarters||Bethesda, Maryland (Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Area)|
The report publishes news about issues and events relevant to the regulated natural gas and oil market in North America. Topics of interest include production, marketing, transportation, distribution and end use. It reviews activities at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and the National Energy Board (NEB) of Canada and well as the public hearings and rulings of state regulatory agencies. The report also covers leaders in politics, industry and regulatory entities related to the natural gas industry and public utility companies.
- Foster Natural Gas Report on the Foster Associates website
- Clarion Events (2011-10-05). "North American Gas Summit:Media Partners". North American Gas Summit, 3–5 October 2011. Clarion Events Limited. Archived from the original on 2011-11-05. Retrieved 2011-11-05.
The Foster Natural Gas/Oil Report reviews all news and issues that impact regulated natural gas and oil activities in North America. FERC and other agency rulemaking proceedings, policy statement proceedings, orders, administrative or audit proceedings and accounting releases are a focus of each week's Report.
- Foster Natural Gas Report on Factiva "A thorough review of regulatory, legal, economic and political issues affecting the natural gas industry"
- "Source Information: Foster Natural Gas Report" on LexisNexis "The Foster Natural Gas/Oil Report focuses on regulatory and governmental problems affecting the domestic natural gas industry and public utility companies,including gas exploration, pipeline transport, gas prices, rate structures,consumption statistics, deregulation, legislation and congressional hearings.The activities of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) are alsocovered extensively."