Energy News for August 14, 2018

RTO Insider: Western RTO or Bust? Not so, Says Industry Platts: Group fears FERC information could broaden DOE coal, nuclear plan Bloomberg: Send in the Drones to Reduce Operating Costs for Energy Industry Boston Globe: Vineyard Wind has a big selling point for its power: cheaper prices Scientific American: Can Offshore Wind Turbines Succeed in the Great Lakes? Reuters: Musk says […]

Energy News for August 13, 2018

Reuters: Saudi cuts oil output as OPEC points to 2019 surplus The Wall Street Journal: Frackers Burn Cash to Sustain U.S. Oil Boom he New York Times: A Gas Pipeline to Italy? Five Star Backers Sense a Betrayal The Wall Street Journal: Caspian Nations Move to Settle Dispute on Oil and Gas Reserves Financial Times:Shell […]

Energy News for August 10, 2018

Platts: Energy Transfer plans 100,000 b/d Dakota Access Pipeline expansion: COO The Associated Press: Company disputes complaint over refinery by national park Platts: US LNG export demand faces steep ramp up Bloomberg: Europe Shows It’s Getting Serious About Buying U.S. LNG Reuters: U.S. oil reserve release will not guarantee lower pump prices: analysts Houston Chronicle: How will competitors respond to the […]

Energy News for August 9, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Discrepancy Over Saudi Oil Data Could Rattle Markets Houston Chronicle: As Trump, Peña Nieto rush to finish NAFTA, oil industry faces loss of key protection Bloomberg: U.S. Sanctions May Risk Russia’s Oil Production Growth, Refining Washington Examiner: China realized oil tariffs would be like holding a gun to its own head Houston Chronicle: Apache and investment […]

Energy News for August 8, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Quantum Energy Collects $5.6 Billion for Its Latest Fund Reuters: U.S. LNG exports to China slump as buyers look elsewhere amid trade spat Utility Dive: FERC denies rehearing on Northern Access pipeline, overruling New York decision Bloomberg: Welcome to the ‘Man Camps’ of West Texas Bloomberg: Speculators Rattle China Oil Futures as Prices Break From World […]

Energy News for August 7, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Gasoline Makers Are Reaping Big Profits Platts: Russia’s Rosneft completes acquisition of ExxonMobil stakes in some joint projects Utility Dive: Court tosses construction permits for Atlantic Coast Pipeline Reuters: New wave of mega LNG projects is approaching Houston Chronicle: Mexican energy sector overhaul could reduce U.S. export demand E&E News: How railroads shouldered a risky oil rush […]

Energy News for August 6, 2018

Reuters: U.S. halts construction on EQT West Virginia to Virginia Mountain Valley gas pipeline Houston Chronicle: Race is on to build Texas’ first offshore oil export terminal Bloomberg: New York Yanks Air Permit on New 680-Megawatt Gas-Fired Plant Financial Times: Call for big oil groups to reveal crude-peak risk The Wall Street Journal: U.S. Officials Push New Penalties for Hackers […]

How Trump’s rules for cars would hit California – if they survive in court

Click here to read Calmatters’ article, “How Trump’s rules for cars would hit California – if they survive in court.”

Energy News for August 3, 2018

Houston Chronicle: Enbridge selling Houston gas processing business for $1 billion The New York Times: How Oil Exploration Cut a Grid of Scars Into Alaska’s Wilderness Bloomberg: New York’s Muggy Night Sent Wholesale Power to Four-Year High Dallas Morning News: Trump’s steel tariffs are costing Permian Basin pipeline companies millions, but the building rush continues The Wall Street Journal: GE […]

Miller Starr Regalia’s Land Use & CEQA Developments Monthly Update for July 2018

Miller Starr Regalia’s Land Use & CEQA Developments Monthly Update     July 2018 Land Use Developments July 31, 2018 – California Appellate Court Rules in Favor of Defunct National Conference of Black Mayors and Controversial Former Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson in Novel Public Records Act Attorney Fee Litigation   CEQA Developments July 3, 2018 – Natural Resources Agency Announces […]