Energy News for July 18, 2017

The Financial Times: Ecuador risks schism in Opec by admitting pumping above target Reuters: Next Mexico deepwater oil tender may draw from three Gulf basins Bloomberg: Oil Giants Make a Play for Millennial Hires CNBC: Oil output from US shale regions forecast to rise by 100,000 barrels a day for 5th straight month Bloomberg: What If Big Oil’s Bet on […]

Energy News for July 17, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: From $2 Billion to Zero: A Private-Equity Fund Goes Bust in the Oil Patch Bloomberg: U.S. Seeks One57 Condo Cash in Nigerian Oil Corruption Case Alaska Dispatch News: Alaska Legislature passes last-minute oil tax deal, but capital budget is still pending Bloomberg: Oil Skeptics Let a Little Sunshine In WDRB: Chao talks Trump infrastructure plan in […]

Energy News for July 14, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: U.S. Boost to Oil Drilling Will Barely Dent Russia’s Energy Monolith Morning Consult: Eni Gets Green Light for Exploration Drilling in Arctic KPBS News: New Study Finds Use Of Community Choice Energy Feasible RTO Insider: California Zero-Carbon Power Bill Advances E&E News: NRG sees cash in its future as it moves from renewables The Hill: Trump: Not […]

Energy News for July 13, 2017

Reuters: IEA says OPEC compliance with oil cuts at lowest in six months The New York Times: Oil Discoveries Suggest Mexico’s Bet to Open Energy Sector Is Paying Off CNBC: Goldman Sachs commodities analyst: ‘I’d like to see some volatility’ in oil market Forum News Service: Facebook founder, CEO ‘extremely intrigued’ by oil industry technology during ND visit The […]

Energy News for July 12, 2017

Reuters: Saudis to cut August oil exports to lowest level this year – source MarketWatch: Forget about oil rising above $50 this summer, Barclays says Morning Consult: Agency Report Projects U.S. Natural Gas Exports Will Quadruple This Year Utility Dive: Advanced Microgrid Solutions raises $34M from utilities, investment firm in Series B funding The Denver Business Journal: Colorado renewable energy […]

Energy News for July 11, 2017

CNBC: Energy watchdog warns oil and electricity shortages could develop as investment falls again in 2016 NPR News: Reading, Writing And Fracking? What The Oil Industry Teaches Oklahoma Students Reuters: Electricity investment overtakes oil, gas for first time ever in 2016 -IEA The Sun Sentinel: Texas utility formally ends $18.7 billion merger with NextEra Energy Fox Business: Trump ‘cannot continue […]

Energy News for July 10, 2017

Bloomberg: Oil Fields Pumping a Third of Supply Die Fastest in 24 Years Reuters: Aramco CEO sees oil supply shortage as investments and discoveries drop Reuters: Oil prices dip on ample supply as OPEC may consider widening cap Reuters: Elliott explores bid to challenge Buffett’s Oncor deal -sources The New York Times: Rooftop Solar Dims Under Pressure From Utility Companies […]

Energy News for July 7, 2017

The Washington Post: Interior aims to speed oil and gas permitting on public lands with 30-day reviews MarketWatch: OPEC can’t save oil market alone-the U.S. has to step in, says Morgan Stanley E&E News: LNG a test case for Trump’s energy ‘dominance’ The Houston Chronicle: Crude climbs as oil, gasoline inventories decline The Wall Street Journal: Ships Exporting Iranian Oil […]

Energy News for July 6, 2017

Financial Times: UK gets first big shipment of US liquefied natural gas The New York Times: Oil Exports, Illegal for Decades, Now Fuel a Texas Port Boom Bloomberg News: U.S. Strategic Oil Reserves Shrink as Shale Offers Supply Buffer CNBC: In Canada, oil sands companies are teaming up to try and reduce their environmental impact The Associated Press: Oil pipeline […]

California Energy News for July 5, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: GE’s Baker Hughes Deal Deepens Its Stake in Energy as It Holds Out for a Recovery The Hill: Interior opens public review of offshore drilling plan Bloomberg News: Germany Is Addicted to Russian Gas Washington Examiner: Trump LNG export policy sparks clash between big energy users and gas industry The Associated Press: Iowa State worked with […]