Energy News for September 28, 2017

Bloomberg: Alaska Senator Seeks Arctic Drilling Measure in Budget The Wall Street Journal: Origin Energy to Sell Lattice Energy Unit Bloomberg: Libya Oil Output Gains as Country Faces Calls to Join OPEC Cuts The New York Times: Brazil Offshore Oil Drilling Rights Draw Interest at Auction The Charleston Post and Courier: Gov. Henry McMaster sets deadline for Santee Cooper buyers, […]

Energy News for September 27, 2017

Bloomberg: Mnuchin Asks Judge to Toss Exxon’s Suit Over Russia Drilling Reuters: Minnesota public hearings begin for Enbridge’s $6.5 billion oil pipe expansion Bloomberg: Surging Diesel Demand Is Underpinning Crude Oil’s Bull Market Platts: Chesapeake lowers 2017 output guidance on storm impacts, other factors Reuters: South Korea’s Hyundai Oilbank looks to buy Canadian oil The Wall Street Journal: Australia Backs Down […]

Energy News for September 26, 2017

The Denver Post: Rough seas slow crude deliveries to U.S. East Coast refineries Reuters: U.S. energy secretary asks oil industry to study carbon capture technology Platts: OPEC holds line over oil output cuts, to track exports Washington Examiner: Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke: Fracking is proof ‘God’s got a good sense of humor and he loves us’ Bloomberg: Cenovus Helps Pay […]

Energy News for September 25, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: China to Cut Oil Exports to North Korea Reuters: Lukoil to keep output steady with new projects outside Russia – CEO Bloomberg: Top BP Executive Warns OPEC Needs to Prolong Oil Output Curbs Financial Times: Russia and China quietly build business bonds Al Jazeera: Syria: SDF says it took Conoco gas field from ISIL The Associated […]

Energy News for September 22, 2017

Reuters: Oil prices narrowly higher as producers meet on output pact The Associated Press: Appeals court sidesteps decision on US fracking regulations Reuters: OPEC panel to discuss extending oil cut deal, tracking exports The Wall Street Journal: Natural Gas Settles Lower on Larger-Than-Expected Inventory Build The Charlotte Business Journal: Duke Energy proposes first utility-scale battery storage projects in the Carolinas […]

Energy News for September 21, 2017

The Associated Press: North Dakota settles with Dakota Access pipeline builder Law360: Fed. Court Can’t Hear Oil Well Spat Against Ill., Judge Says Reuters: Energy contract lawsuits expected to jump in Harvey’s wake The Wall Street Journal: Lower U.S. Oil Prices Are a Shot in the Arm for Crude Exports The New York Times: Hurricane Maria Strikes, and Puerto Rico […]

Energy News for September 20, 2017

The San Antonio Express-News: Fire at Valero Port Arthur refinery appears to damage storage tank Reuters: Nigeria, Libya likely to attend OPEC-led panel; Saudi may not: sources The Wall Street Journal: Maersk to Sell Tankers Business for $1.17 Billion The Wall Street Journal: The North Sea Is Suddenly, Surprisingly, an Oil Hot Spot Axios: Seismic guns used to hunt for […]

Energy News for September 19, 2017

The Houston Chronicle: Shale producers pumping more oil despite Hurricane Harvey’s impact on Eagle Ford Bloomberg: Oil Rises Above $50 as Iraq Raises Prospect of More OPEC Action The Associated Press: Lawsuit aims to block oil drilling on US land in Nevada E&E News: Carbon-capture bill could spur vast infrastructure network RTO Insider: ISO-NE Forecast Sees Flat Loads, More Solar, […]

Energy News for September 18, 2017

Reuters: Russia’s Rosneft clinches gas pipeline deal with Iraq’s Kurdistan The Washington Post: Trump administration working toward renewed drilling in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Reuters: U.S. oil prices hit $50 on rising refinery demand, falling rig count Bloomberg: IEA Sees Risk of Volatile Oil Prices on Weak Upstream Investment Bloomberg: Big Oil Becomes Greener With Cuts to Greenhouse Gas Pollution […]

Energy News for September 15, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: Valero Houston Plant Underestimated Harvey Benzene Leak Reuters: Aramco says IPO on track after report it is preparing for possible delay The Associated Press: Greece struggles to mop up oil spill; critics demand more The Sun Sentinel: Power restored to 70 percent of FPL customers; many in South Florida still wait The New York Times: De […]