Energy News for November 3, 2016

Bloomberg News: Europe’s Biggest Oil Giant Thinks Demand May Peak in 5 Years The Wall Street Journal: Transocean Reports Sharply Lower Quarterly Profit, Revenue The Wall Street Journal: Maersk’s Profit Tumbles on Weak Freight Rates, Low Oil Prices Bloomberg News: The IEA Is Skeptical Electric Cars Will End the Age of Oil UPI: Colorado sees mixed support from oil and […]

Energy News for November 2, 2016

Financial Times: Shell and BP warn not to expect strong oil rebound in 2017 FuelFix: Occidental Petroleum plans spending hike in 2017 Bloomberg News: World’s Priciest Gas Is Bound for One U.S. Region This Winter The Hill: Oil industry warns of late Obama regulation push Reuters: Colonial may open key U.S. gasoline line by Saturday after fatal blast South Florida […]

Energy News for November 1, 2016

The Hill: GAO faults feds on key response to BP spill MarketWatch: Oil ends at 1-month low as doubts grow over OPEC output deal The Wall Street Journal: With Oil Deal, GE CEO Immelt Revamps His Strategy Scientific American: Oil Production Could Have Caused Century-Old California Earthquakes 1 dead, several severely burned after Shelby County gas line explosion Bloomberg […]

Energy News for October 31, 2016

Reuters: GE to merge oil and gas business with Baker Hughes Bloomberg News: OPEC Splits Prevent Deal With Other Producers to Curb Supply Bloomberg News: Big Oil’s Shrinking Act Has More to Go in China The Wall Street Journal: Chevron Returns to Profit, but Revenue Slides The Wall Street Journal: Exxon Warns on Reserves as It Posts Lower Profit The […]

US Outlook Report: Solid GDP Growth in Q3; What’s in Store for Q4?

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Energy News for October 28, 2016

The Wall Street Journal: Iraq Seeks Exemption from OPEC Production Deal on Islamic State War Reuters: Russia’s Rosneft cancels Lukoil’s oil purchase deal with Bashneft Reuters: Canada groups file lawsuits in bid to halt Petronas LNG project NBC News: Dakota Access Pipeline: 141 Activists arrested in Tense Clash With Police Tampa Bay Times: Why are utilities spending $22 million to […]

Energy News for October 27, 2016

Financial Times: Poland gas company eyes legal action against EU over Gazprom The Wall Street Journal: Statoil to Reduce Capital Spending After Reporting Wider Loss Financial Times: Winners and losers emerge from the oil price slump Bloomberg News: OPEC May Need Help to End the Global Glut of Oil Washington Examiner: US wants Mexico under grid security pact before year’s […]

Energy News for October 26, 2016

The Hill: Gore slams ‘dangerous’ Dakota pipeline project The Wall Street Journal: EU Approves Increased Gazprom Use of Opal Pipeline Bloomberg News: ‘Solar Winds’ Spur Geomagnetic Storm That May Affect Power EnergyWire: ‘This attack was different’ – cyberthreat draws utility warnings The Associated Press: Washed-out bridge blamed for pipeline rupture, gas spill The Associated Press: Pipeline Remains Closed Following Oil Spill […]

Energy News for October 25, 2016

Morning Consult: Inupiat-Affiliated Company Backs Arctic Offshore Drilling The Associated Press: With treaty claim, pipeline protesters move to private land Charlotte Business Journal: Duke Energy Carolinas plans to nearly double its renewable energy capacity Greenwire: EPA to FERC: ‘We really need to talk’ UtilityDive: Why Arizona’s long-awaited value of solar schemes please no one EnergyWire: White House directs accelerated response to […]

Energy News for October 24, 2016

Bloomberg News: Iraq Balks at Joining OPEC Cuts, Making Oil Output Deal Harder The Wall Street Journal: Venezuelan Oil Is Largely Staying in Ground or Going Up in Smoke The Wall Street Journal: Bankruptcy Bust: How Zombie Companies Are Killing the Oil Rally Washington Examiner: US imports more crude oil for the first time since 2010 CNN: Drone shot, road […]