Energy News for April 5, 2017

Baltimore Sun: As Hogan signs fracking ban, environmentalists question his record CNBC: We have no problem with the natural gas oversupply: Cheniere The Wall Street Journal: Exxon Eyes Brazil Expansion Morning Consult: As DOE Prepares for Cyberattacks, Energy Industry Wants More Clearances Los Angeles Times: Health officials acknowledge effects of utility leak on Alabama residents News Journal: Should Dover sell its […]

Energy News for April 4, 2017

Financial Times: Rosneft takes key step in push into Middle East Bloomberg News: Uncovering the Secret History of Wall Street’s Largest Oil Trade Financial Times: RWE and CEZ worst prepared for move to low-carbon economy Houston Business Journal: Houston LNG co. files for regulatory approval on export facility CNBC: Wind power records set in Scotland and India Miami Herald: FPL announces […]

Energy News for April 3, 2017

Bloomberg News: A Squabble at Iraq’s Oldest Oil Field Could Rock Global Supplies Bloomberg News: OPEC’s Barkindo Sees Progress in Oil Cuts as Stockpiles Shrink WNEP: Judge Throws Out $4.2 Million Verdict against Cabot Oil and Gas Financial Times: Canadian operators buy oil sands assets as foreign groups retreat The Wall Street Journal: Oil Companies’ Modest Prize: Breaking Even The […]

Energy News for March 31, 2017

Reuters: Volkswagen settles 10 U.S. state diesel claims for $157 million Bloomberg News: Bruised But Not Broken, Dakota Access Line Foes Turn to Keystone Dallas Morning News: PUC’s demands seen as “deal-killer” in NextEra’s bid to buy Oncor The Associated Press: $87 million penalty in California utility case CNBC: Renewables break records as wind and solar come online, International Renewable […]

Energy News for March 30, 2017

Houston Chronicle: ConocoPhillips to sell Canadian assets for $13.3 billion Bloomberg News: Oil Traders Warn There’s a Supply Crunch Looming Reuters: The DNA of oil wells: U.S. shale enlists genetics to boost output Washington Examiner: First legal shot fired to stop Keystone XL Reuters: Decades-old green power law is a fresh nuisance to U.S. utilities Reuters: Four dead, about 200,000 without […]

Energy News for March 29, 2017

The New York Times: Tax on Saudi Aramco Oil Profits Is Cut to Prepare for I.P.O. Baltimore Sun: Maryland General Assembly approves fracking ban The Tennesseean: House committee quickly approves Haslam’s gas tax proposal Indianapolis Star: Senate committee votes to phase in Indiana gas tax increase UPI: West Africa oil potential growing NHPR: With New Project, National Grid Puts Forward Possible […]

Energy News for March 28, 2017

Inside Climate News: Oil Platforms Powered by Leaking Alaska Pipeline Are Forced to Shut Down NBC News: Dakota Access Pipeline Now Has Oil Beneath Missouri River, Company Says Washington Examiner: Roadblocks to improving the energy grid: Regulations and empty chairs WRAL: Proposed power plant for Duke campus already generating heat USA Today: Tesla to take orders for solar roof tiles […]

Energy News for March 27, 2017

Reuters: OPEC, non-OPEC to look at extending oil-output cut by six months Bloomberg News: Russia Needs Data on Oil Supply, Markets to Decide on More Cuts The Washington Post: As Trump administration grants approval for Keystone XL pipeline, an old fight is reignited Los Angeles Times: Clean energy forces messy changes for utilities and regulators Memphis Commercial Appeal: Sen. Lamar […]

Energy News for March 24, 2017

Financial Times: Shell offloads Gabon assets to Carlyle-backed group Bloomberg News: Venezuela’s Fuel Shortage Is Getting Worse Financial Times: Eni makes significant oil discovery off Mexican coast Bloomberg News: TransCanada Granted Presidential Permit for Keystone XL Pipeline The Hill: Court rejects green group’s claim of pro-pipeline bias at regulator Tampa Bay Times/Miami Herald Tallahassee Bureau: Are Florida voters getting burned by […]

Energy News for March 23, 2017

Reuters: As Trump targets energy rules, oil companies downplay their impact Reuters: U.S. crude stockpiles at record high as imports surge: EIA Houston Chronicle: Texas tries to join fight against BLM methane regulations KTVA: Japanese company withdraws plans for $1 billion LNG plant at Port MacKenzie The Wall Street Journal: Sinopec to Buy Chevron’s South Africa Assets for $900 Million […]