Energy News for November 8, 2017

CNBC: Morgan Stanley raises its oil price forecast, warns US shale may struggle to meet demand Bloomberg: TransCanada Eyes New Names, Without the ‘Canada’ The Wall Street Journal: Pollution Rule Is Boon for Richest Refiners, Blow for Weakest Quartz: American frackers will pump shale oil far more aggressively than previously thought The Wall Street Journal: Russian Oil Exports Could Be […]

California Water News for November 8, 2017

Associated Press: California Approves Rescue Plan For Shrinking Salton Sea AccuWeather: Wildfire-ravaged areas of California face elevated risk for flooding, mudslides this winter Chico ER: Oroville Dam coalition, local politicians head to Washington for federal assistance San Diego Tribune: Lake Wohlford Dam replacement could start next year Fox 26: Documentary spotlights the Valley’s water problems and solutions News Deeply: Two Ways […]

Transportation News for November 6, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: GOP sees prospective gas-tax election fight as oasis in California desert  Los Angeles Times: Capitol Journal Blasting California’s gas tax while working to cut federal tax breaks? That’s called hypocrisy  East Bay Times: Opinion: New taxes, tolls, bonds and fees just keep coming  Santa Rosa Press Democrat: Guest editorial: With the gas tax increase, it’s time […]

Energy News for November 6, 2017

Reuters: Russia, Saudi Arabia ready for more work to cut global oil inventory BBC News: Paradise Papers: Commerce chief Wilbur Ross’s links with sanctioned Russians Washington Examiner: Will the energy industry even want to drill in ANWR? The Associated Press: New Jersey voters to weigh in on environmental settlements Bloomberg: Saudi Aramco Contractor Arkad Forms Oil, Gas Venture With ABB […]

Transportation News for November 3, 2017

Mercury News: Opinion: Mystery fuel surcharge much costlier than new gas tax  Mercury News: Roadshow: Jeez, some don’t know what a red arrow means  San Francisco Examiner: ‘Neighborway’ at Golden Gate Park entrance to reduce nearby car traffic by half  Politifact: Does California spend ‘nearly 5 times as much’ to build a mile of road as rest of nation? 

Energy News for November 3, 2017

Reuters: Valero a gasoline buyer on U.S. East Coast after Pembroke outage: sources The Associated Press: Dakota Access builder and Corps object to tribal proposal Washington Examiner: US withdraws from global oil anti-corruption pact The New York Times: Iraqi Kurds’ Independence Vote Exposed Risks to Energy Strategy Associated Press: Settlement talks continue in suit over 13-year-old oil leak The Mercury […]

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Transportation News for November 2, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Richmond-to-San Francisco ferry service set to begin in September  San Francisco Chronicle: Government drops push for car-to-car wireless communication  Mercury News: Why are gas prices so high in California?  Mercury News: Roadshow: Are pedal extenders legal in California?  Marin Independent Journal: Solid SMART ridership has agency looking at longer trains  San Mateo Daily Journal: SamTrans begins rebrand  Berkeleyside: The […]

E&E News: Wildfire bill passes; more hurdles ahead

Wildfire bill passes; more hurdles ahead    Marc Heller, E&E News reporter Published: Thursday, November 2, 2017   The House yesterday passed legislation encouraging more logging on national forests as a way to curtail wildfires, and supporters said they hope at least some of its provisions are enacted into law this year.   The “Resilient […]