Energy News for November 14, 2018

Reuters: Iowa senator says expect fewer biofuel waivers from Wheeler’s EPA StateImpact Pennsylvania: EQT fined for hitting abandoned mine, causing leak during pipeline construction The Wall Street Journal: China, the U.S. and the Oil Blame Gam Platts: US gives Iraq 45-day sanctions waiver to limit power shortages: State Department Financial Times: Canada’s oil producers look […]

Water News for November 14, 2018

Sacramento Bee: Will rain wipe out Camp Fire, and wind clear the smoke? Weather Service gives outlook KCLU: Woolsey Fire Impacts Water System; Agency Used Generators To Keep Water Flowing During Blaze The Weather Channel: High Fire Danger Continues in Southern California Through Wednesday; Pattern Change May Increase Rain Chances Thanksgiving Week Sacramento Bee: OPINION: […]

Energy News for November 13, 2018

The Center for Public Integrity: Drilling overwhelms agency protecting America’s lands The Wall Street Journal: OPEC Defends Itself After Saudi Study Questions Its Future Platts: Oil industry-backed blockchain platform set to go live by end-2018 The Wall Street Journal: Saudi Oil Diplomacy Just Took a Big Hit Financial Times: Shell and Anadarko in dispute over […]

Water News for November 13, 2018

The Weather Channel: High Fire Danger Continues in Southern California Through Wednesday; Pattern Change May Increase Rain Chances Thanksgiving Week KRON4: Boil water notice for areas impacted by Camp Fire Los Angeles Times: Number of structures destroyed in Woolsey fire doubles; new fire closes 118 Freeway Daily Republic: Flyway Center loses $20M with Prop. 3 […]

Transportation News for November 9, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Bay Area to build first hydrogen fuel-cell ferry San Francisco Business Times: First fuel-cell ferry to set sail in San Francisco Bay Area by next year East Bay Times: Electric scooters, bikes may be coming to Fremont next Vallejo Times Herald: San Francisco Bay Ferry launches mobile ticket app Mercury News: BART […]

Energy News for November 9, 2018

Financial Times: Iraq close to deal with Kurds to restart oil exports from Kirkuk The Boston Globe: Eversource writes off its investment in Access Northeast because of Columbia Gas disaster Reuters: Russia clashes with Western oil buyers over new deals as sanctions loom The Wall Street Journal: Chevron Stayed in Venezuela Long After Rivals Quit. […]

Water News for November 9, 2018

Reuters: Thousands flee three swift-moving California blazes Ukiah Daily Journal: Rain study in Ukiah helps convince Army Corps to store more water in Lake Mendocino Mercury News: How Gov-Elect Gavin Newsom could shape California’s future, issue by issue Los Angeles Sentinel: America’s Water Infrastructure Act To Fund Up To $35 Million Towards West Basin’s Harbor […]

Transportation News for November 8, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: 10 Northern California road and transit projects spared the knife as Prop. 6 goes down Business Insider: Report: Ford buys Spin, a San Francisco scooter startup Wall Street Journal: Ford Buys Electric-Scooter Startup, Looking to Diversify Beyond Autos Mercury News: San Jose launching driverless car program Mercury News: Full moon, babies and […]

Energy News for November 8, 2018

Financial Times: PGNiG strikes another long term deal for US liquefied natural gas Reuters: Anadarko to sell pipeline, storage assets for $4 billion Reuters: Return to oil production cuts in 2019 cannot be ruled out: OPEC sources Houston Chronicle: Midterms shift balance in Washington for oil sector Bloomberg: Trump Says ‘Fragile’ Oil Market Behind Decision […]

Water News for November 8, 2018

Modesto Bee: Board agrees to Newsom-Brown request to delay decision on water plan San Francisco Chronicle: Prop. 3: California water projects bond measure goes down to defeat Mountain Democrat: OPINION: The fix is in with WaterFix KNPR: Three Things To Know About Colorado River Plans In The Works Highland Community News: ‘Floating balls’ will aim […]