Energy News for October 11, 2017

The Associated Press: Federal court can’t suspend Keystone XL pipeline decision, Trump administration says Financial Times: BNP to cut links with shale and tar sands groups Bloomberg: British Columbia Shuns Oil Tankers in Favor of Gas Exporters The Wall Street Journal: Power Companies to Stick With Plans Despite EPA’s Emissions Repeal Utility Dive: Hawaiian Electric takes first steps to utility-scale […]

Pacific Maritime Magazine for October 10, 2017

    FORWARD  SIGN UP TO RECEIVE PMM ONLINE   SUBSCRIBE TO THE PRINT EDITION     INSIDE PACIFIC MARITIME MAGAZINE       Homemade   By Chris Philips, Managing Editor     By now the damage from two deadly hurricanes has been assessed, and the states of Texas and Florida are cleaning up and rebuilding in […]

2017 Dredging & Beneficial Reuse Workshop

BPC WORKSHOP Dredging and Beneficial Reuse Planning, Permitting, and Funding for 2018 November 13, 2017 Port of Oakland Join us for one of Bay Planning Coalition’s hallmark events! This year’s Dredging & Beneficial Reuse Workshop will provide attendees with the latest information on beneficial reuse opportunities around San Francisco Bay, a full status update on the highly-anticipated […]

California Water News for October 10, 2017

LA Daily News: $17 billion Delta water tunnels project faces critical MWD vote Tuesday in LA Sacramento Bee: Wildfires burn homes, scorch thousands of acres in Yuba, Butte, Nevada Counties Modesto Bee: This project will supply farmers with treated water from kitchen and bathroom drains Ukiah Daily Journal: Popular Science: Atmospheric Rivers Mercury News: San Jose flood risk: Water district considers lowering reservoir levels […]

Energy News for October 10, 2017

Bloomberg: Saudis to Make Deepest Cut to Crude Supply Despite Demand Reuters: Oil rises to $56 on Saudi export cut The Wall Street Journal: Helix Energy Solutions Exploring Strategic Alternatives Platts: Lack of oil investment could bring shortage, price spike by 2020s The Hill: EPA chief: I’d ‘do away with’ wind, solar tax credits The Associated Press: Xcel Energy may split […]

Transportation News for October 10, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: California to require bus passengers to buckle up for safety  Mercury News: Roadshow: Leash up those kid pedestrians  San Francisco Examiner: Brewing bikeshare battle may threaten SF’s Ford GoBike contract  New York Times: China Hastens the World Toward an Electric-Car Future 

California Water News for October 9, 2017

Sacramento Bee: Once again, Southern California holds the key to a major California water project. Los Angeles Times: Southern California needs water. Stop waffling over the delta tunnels and dig Chico Enterprise-Record: News of our Past: Feather River Fish Hatchery opens Marin Independent Journal: Marin dam spillways slated for detailed inspection SACRAMENTO BEE: Trump official says government won’t stand in the way of […]

Energy News for October 9, 2017

Platts: Agency says 78% of gas, 93% of US Gulf oil output shut in due to Nate Reuters: Oil prices stable after OPEC signals possible further action Bloomberg: OPEC Says ‘Extraordinary’ Steps Needed for Stable Market in 2018 CTV News: Energy East cancellation a ‘huge win’ for Trump, says former ambassador Reuters: Ghana fuel site blast kills at least 7, […]

Transportation News for October 9, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Express lanes to help ease congestion in 680 corridor  East Bay Times: Editorial: BART launches parking war on East Bay suburbs  Mercury News: Roadshow: Add Almaden Expressway to list of clogged roads  Mercury News: Roadshow: New gas tax funds to pay for Highway 85 paving  Mercury News: Roadshow: Add Almaden Expressway to list of clogged roads  Marin […]

Energy News for October 6, 2017

Financial Times: Oil groups shut Gulf platforms in storm Nate’s path The Washington Post: Interior Department worked behind the scenes with energy industry to reverse royalties rule The Associated Press: Judge Rules Natural Gas Company Can Inject Wastewater CNBC: Oil drilling executive says the US ‘has become the world’s marginal producer’ as exports hit record high The Wall Street […]