Energy News for June 8, 2016

Reuters: Oil Surges to Eight-Month High on Supply Disruptions, Firm Chinese Demand The Hill: Oregon Senators Call for Oil-By-Rail Reforms After Train Derailment Washington Examiner: Chamber Beats Back Anti-Fracking Policies The New Yorker: When Oil Transport Goes Off the Rails Utility Dive: As Funding for California’s SGIP Process Grows, Regulators Look to Bolster Energy Storage Scientific American: Bat Killings by Wind […]

Energy News for June 6, 2016

Bloomberg News: U.S. Shale Drillers Restart Oil Rigs as Market Improves The Hill: GOP Threatens Kerry With Another Keystone Subpoena Associated Press: Gas Prices Jump 6 Cents Over Past 2 Weeks, Averages $2.37 Reuters: Stumbling Dollar, Nigeria Sabotage Push Brent to $50 Per Barrel The Wall Street Journal: Oil Drillers Have a Few Sweet Spots Left The New York Times: A […]

Energy News for June 3, 2016

Morning Consult: Cutting Methane Emissions May Be More Expensive Than We Thought The Wall Street Journal: Natural Gas Prices Rise to Their Highest Since January on Inventory Data Reuters: As Diesel Price Soars, U.S. Refiners Seize the Moment, Sell Future Output The Wall Street Journal: OPEC Fails to Reach Agreement on Oil Production Ceiling Reuters: Lenders to U.S. Oil and […]

Energy News for June 2, 2016

  Reuters: With $50 Crude, Signs of Life Return to West Texas Oilfields Bloomberg News: American Nations to Start Carbon-Price Talks, World Bank Says The Hill: Clinton Aims to Boost Clean Energy on Federal Land San Francisco Chronicle: State Senate Passes Bill to Slow Oakland Coal Shipping Plan Morning Consult: EIA: U.S. Uranium Production Remains Low, Imports Fuel Reactors E&E: Among […]

Energy News for June 1, 2016

  The Houston Chronicle: Gasoline Prices Hit Highest Point of 2016 as Demand Spikes The Wall Street Journal: Oil Price Forecasts Get More Bullish as Oversupply Concerns Ease Reuters: Oil Prices Fall on Rising Output, China Demand Concerns Utility Dive: Energy Storage’s Role in Decarbonization Will Depend on Duration, Cost Cuts PVTech: Thousands of Solar Jobs ‘At Risk’ After Maryland […]

Energy News for May 31, 2016

  Reuters: U.S. Oil Drillers Cut Rigs Despite Price Recovery: Baker Hughes The Wall Street Journal: Hercules Offshore to File for Chapter 11 Again, Hit by Oil Price Slump Washington Examiner: Feds Find No Harm in Fracking Off California’s Coast Reuters: U.S. Oil Prices Rise on Start of Summer Driving Season Bloomberg News:Oil Heads for Longest Run of Gains […]

Energy News for May 27, 2016

Washington Examiner: Cheap Pump Prices Spark Memorial Day Travel The Washington Post: Oil Prices Top $50 a Barrel for the First Time in 2016 The Wall Street Journal: Oil Prices Poised to Hit Sweet Spot for Global Economy Forbes: The World’s Largest Oil and Gas Companies 2016: Exxon is Still King NJ Advance Media: Groups Call on Feds to Stop […]

Energy News for May 26, 2016

Washington Examiner: Clinton Expands $275 Billion Infrastructure Plan The Washington Post: This Texas Fight Shows Just How Conflicted We Still Are About ‘Clean Coal’ The News and Observer: NC Coal Ash Bill on Collision Course with Gov. Pat McCrory

Energy News for May 25, 2016

The Wall Street Journal: Shell to Lay Off Another 2,200 Staff The Guardian: ExxonMobil Tried to Censor Climate Scientists to Congress During Bush Era Reuters: Oil Nudges $50 a Barrel as Investors Bet On Shrinking Overhang WLOS: Poop Power: Duke Energy Looking for New Ways to Boost Electricity Morning Consult: Report: Rooftop Solar Would Deliver Net Benefit to Nevadans The […]

Energy News for May 24, 2016

Washington Examiner: U.S. Top Oil and Gas Producer in 2015 Reuters:U.S. Refiners See Surprise Surge in Diesel Demand Reuters: Oil Falls for Fifth Day as Focus Returns to Growing Exports Utility Dive: The U.S. Needs More Transmission. One Midwest Project Could Provide a Collaborative Model E&E: House Debate to Feature Rifts Over Renewables, Climate The New York Times: New Solar Plants […]