Energy News for September 19, 2018

Bloomberg: In Big Win for Trump, U.S. Sanctions Cripple Iranian Oil Exports Washington Examiner: Explosions in Massachusetts raise safety questions about delivering natural gas to homes Bloomberg: Vitol-Cheniere Pact Shows Long-Term LNG Deals Aren’t Dead Houston Chronicle: Texas regulators pull plug on 221 power plans for not offering same deals in English, Spanish Platts: Utilities […]

Water News for September 19, 2018

News Deeply: Monsoon Storms, Key to Recharging Groundwater, May Become Less Common KQED: Climate Summit: What Happened and What It Means ABC 30: Mayor says new water plant makes Fresno “drought proof” AgAlert: Federal water bill aims to smooth project funding Mercury News: OPINION: How expediency has backfired in California with dam, schools, taxes… Turlock […]

Transportation News for September 14, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Bowing to privacy concerns, BART to hold hearings before it expands surveillance San Jose Mercury News: BART delay to San Jose has commuters groaning Wall Street Journal: Driverless Hype Collides With Merciless Reality Cal Matters: The road to California’s coveted electric highway is congested; will a new pact help clear the way? 

Energy News for September 14, 2018

The New York Times: Gas Explosions Erupt at Dozens of Homes in Andover and Lawrence, Mass. Reuters: Perry encourages Saudi, OPEC, Russia to work against oil price spike Houston Chronicle: Google partnership adds momentum to Houston’s tech dreams The Associated Press: Trump panel wants changes in royalties from public oil, gas The Hill: Committee votes […]

Water News for September 14, 2018

The News Tribune: More critical water storage is finally coming to California. It took nearly 40 years. CBS News: Global Climate Action Summit puts stress on action Pleasanton Weekly: Local water entities split on Prop 3 endorsement Farmington Daily Times: Rehabilitation work to begin on Navajo Dam gates and valves The Signal: Groundwater managers secure […]

Transportation News for September 13, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: SF man’s tweetstorm over stolen van leads to new state law San Jose Mercury News: Viva CalleSJ should entertain thousands: Roadshow San Francisco Examiner: Self-driving shuttle could come to Treasure Island by late next year 

Energy News for September 13, 2018

The Hill: Administration announces plan to streamline oil and gas extraction in national forests Financial Times: Five factors to watch as Brent oil hits $80 a barrel The Wall Street Journal: Global Oil Supply Hit a Record High in August as OPEC Ramps Up Production Bloomberg: Saudis Tap Ex-Solicitor General Olson to Lobby Against ‘NOPEC’ […]

Water News for September 13, 2018

The Weather Network: Global Climate Action Summit begins in San Francisco Chico Enterprise-Record: City reopens Old Ferry Road, damaged during Oroville Dam crisis Lake County News: Feather River Hatchery fish ladder to open Sept. 14 KVPR: Candidate Andrew Janz Says Pumping “At 100 Percent Capacity,” Water Infrastructure Needed Epoch Times: California Adopted More Restrictive Policies […]

Transportation News for September 12, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: SF Transit Center park – open barely a month and path already falling apart East Bay Times: Editorial: Restore safety, reliability, fiscal discipline to BART Mercury News: BART to start later next year for Transbay Tube repairs: Roadshow San Francisco Examiner: Downtown rail extension route to Salesforce Transit Center wins approval

Energy News for September 12, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: U.S. Crude’s Discount to Global Prices Opens Taps to Exports The Salt Lake Tribune: Criticism high, bidding low for Utah’s biggest oil, gas lease sale since the Bush years. Sensitive areas near Canyonlands auctioned. Bloomberg: Meet the Shalennials: CEOs Under 40 Making Millions in Texas Oil Houston Chronicle: Refiners poised to […]