Transportation News for May 25, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Muni train derails to halt SF subway service in the Castro San Francisco Chronicle: Self-driving Uber in fatal crash saw pedestrian but didn’t brake, report says San Francisco Chronicle: BART heads out to Antioch, on a different kind of train San Francisco Chronicle: BART board votes down extension to Livermore East Bay […]

Energy News for May 25, 2018

Reuters: OPEC, Russia prepared to raise oil output under U.S. pressure Bloomberg News: Al-Falih Says Saudi Aramco IPO Will Most Likely Occur in 2019 The Associated Press: Security company, state argue venue in Dakota Access dispute The New York Times: E.U. Settles With Russia’s Gazprom Over Antitrust Charges Bloomberg: Big Oil Consumers Start to Lock-in […]

Water News for May 25, 2018

The Modesto Bee: Pouring a little rain on Prop 68’s parade; but most others should pass Mercury News: Water, water everywhere: memorable NorCal floods The Signal: Tax rate to pay for State Water Project likely to remain unchanged NewsDeeply: Time for California to Deliver on the Human Right to Water San Francisco Chronicle: Time for […]

Transportation News for May 24, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: BART weighs major decision: Extend to Livermore or rejuvenate aging system San Francisco Chronicle: BART directors should reject Livermore extension for express-bus route Mercury News: Apple may shuttle workers in self-driving Volkswagen vans Mercury News: Opinion: Why it’s time to get on board high-speed rail project Mercury News: Shame on Mr. Roadshow […]

Energy News for May 24, 2018

Reuters: Trump administration officials to meet on biofuel policy changes – sources The Associated Press: Disputed Keystone Pipeline project focus of court hearing Bloomberg: Exxon CEO’s Solution on Shares: Drill Big, Drill Better Reuters: General Electric’s power unit fights for growth as wind, solar gain Reuters: In full flow: pipeline additive sales boom amid oil […]

Water News for May 24, 2018

Marin Independent Journal: Opinion: Marin Voice: Proposition 68 targets state, local environmental needs The Business Journal: State issues slight bump in water deliveries KRCR: Thermalito Diversion Pool opens for Memorial Day Weekend Golden State Newspaper: Congress gets into Delta water debate KCRA3: Phase 2 of reconstruction on Oroville Dam spillway on track Western Farm Press: […]

Energy News for May 23, 2018

Reuters: U.S. refining giant Marathon seeks EPA biofuel waiver – sources The Telegraph: BP halts work on Iranian-owned field as US sanctions loom Platts: Atlantic Coast Pipeline sees ruling sidelining only 10 miles of 2018 construction E&E News: Exelon drags LNG imports into push for federal bailout The Wall Street Journal: Hawaiian Authorities Work to […]

Water News for May 23, 2018

Water Now Alliance: Financing the Future of Water Infrastructure Just Got a Whole Lot Easier Part 2: What Is ‘Distributed Infrastructure’ and Why Should You Care About It? Bakersfield Californian: State Water Project allocation rises to 35 percent Chico Enterprise-Record: Diversion Pool accessible this weekend for first time since spillway emergency Sacramento Bee: Opponents of […]

Transportation News for May 22, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Mayors Farrell, Schaaf, Liccardo Pledge Support For Bridge Toll Hike Curbed: Bridge toll hike leads in polls KSRO: Interview: Pro And Con Viewpoints Regarding Regional Measure 3 On The June 5th Ballot San Francisco Chronicle: Funding Approved To Upgrade Hwy 680/4 Interchange San Francisco Chronicle: Apps blamed for turning a tiny street […]

Energy News for May 22, 2018

Politico: Scalise, Bishop aim for deal to open Florida’s Gulf Coast waters for drilling Reuters: BP invests in Israeli fast-charge battery company Platts: BP secures 2 mil mt/year of LNG from Louisiana’s Venture Global Calcasieu Pass POWER Magazine: NTE Opens Gas-Fired Middletown Plant in Ohio Star Tribune: Dayton vetoes bill that gave Enbridge’s new pipeline […]