EBMUD Job Opportunities for Week of May 22, 2017

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Energy News for May 23, 2017

Bloomberg News: OPEC on Verge of 9-Month Cuts Extension After Iraq Gives Backing Morning Consult: Interior’s Pick to Lead Offshore Oil Regulator Has Industry Ties Financial Times: BP restarts production at $5.7 billion North Sea oilfield The Wall Street Journal: China Seeks More Private Money for Its Massive State-Owned Energy Companies The Hill: States push for stronger oil train limits The […]

California Water News for May 23, 2017

KRCRTV.COM: DWR: Spillway construction ahead of schedule, workers seen on spillway KCRA Sacramento: Race is on to fix badly damaged Oroville spillway East Valley Times: PG&E urges planning for National Dam Safety Awareness Day Lake Tahoe News: Rapid snowmelt causes floods, impacts recreation Lake Tahoe News: Wet winter could create memorable EDC vintage Los Angeles Times: Rivers swollen from melting Sierra […]

Transportation News for May 22, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Transit agency fuming at 49ers for U2’s costly late-night show East Bay Times: Federal Glover: Highway camera funding welcomed Mercury News: Roadshow: Drivers leaving the gym make this risky move Mercury News: Roadshow: Is parking in San Francisco worth all the risks? Mercury News: Botts’ Dots, after a half-century, will disappear from California freeways, highways Fairfield Daily […]

California Regional Water Quality Control Board: Proposed Basin Plan Amendment to Establish Salinity Water Quality Objectives in the Lower San Joaquin River

This is a message from the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, Central Valley (5). This email is regarding a Proposed Basin Plan Amendment to Establish Salinity Water Quality Objectives in the Lower San Joaquin River. A document presenting Central Valley Water Board staff responses to public comments on the draft Basin Plan Amendment has […]

Los Angeles Times: Rising sea levels could be worse than suspected

Rising sea levels could be worse than suspected By Amina Khan Al Seib / Los Angeles Times 2015 High surf crashes into a sea wall at Pacific Palisades. A study finds that rising sea levels will double the risk of flooding. The effects of rising oceans on coastal flooding may be even worse than we […]

SF Chronicle: A Stormy Coastal Challenge

A stormy coastal challenge Al Seib / Los Angeles Times 2015 High surf crashes into the sea wall at Will Rogers State Beach along the Pacific Coast Highway in Los Angeles County. Climate change is running smack into property rights in the form of a pending law that would rein in scofflaw homeowners along California’s […]

Press Release: Port of Oakland hails mariners and industry contributions on National Maritime Day

P R E S S    R E L E A S E FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE    Port of Oakland hails mariners and industry contributions on National Maritime Day Oakland maritime activities support thousands of regional jobs Oakland, Calif. – May 22, 2017: The Port of Oakland hailed today the men and women who have served as […]

Energy News for May 22, 2017

Washington Examiner: Exxon and others sign over $50 billion in Saudi deals on sidelines of Trump’s trip Bloomberg News: OPEC Reality: Saudis Delivered, Non-OPEC Didn’t. Financial Times: BP and Glencore warned over bullish fossil fuel forecasts Bloomberg News: Saudi Arabia and Russia Are at Odds on Almost Everything, Except Oil News & Observer: Duke Energy files lawsuit against environmentalists over […]

California Water News for May 22, 2017

Sacramento Bee: Is ‘potential Oroville waiting to happen’ at other spillways? Sacramento Bee: Oroville spillway gates close for season to make way for repairs Sacramento Bee: Most California farm-water suppliers are breaking this law. Why doesn’t the state act? Sacramento Bee: After Oroville Dam debacle, we deserve straight talk and safety Laredo Morning Times: Nasty tick season could follow heavy […]