Energy News for September 18, 2017

Reuters: Russia’s Rosneft clinches gas pipeline deal with Iraq’s Kurdistan The Washington Post: Trump administration working toward renewed drilling in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge Reuters: U.S. oil prices hit $50 on rising refinery demand, falling rig count Bloomberg: IEA Sees Risk of Volatile Oil Prices on Weak Upstream Investment Bloomberg: Big Oil Becomes Greener With Cuts to Greenhouse Gas Pollution […]

California Water News for September 18, 2017

The Associated Press: Water safe for San Francisco-area city after alert The San Gabriel Valley Tribune: ‘A drowning machine’: Mother of man who drowned in San Gabriel River in Azusa files wrongful death claim The Mercury News: Live blog: California legislature passes big bills on last day of session USA Today: Hurricane Maria grows to Category-3 major hurricane, ‘promises […]

California Water News for September 15, 2017

The Los Angeles Times: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers says Whittier Narrows Dam is unsafe and could trigger catastrophic flooding The East Bay Times: Shower restrictions lifted at Alameda Point; drinking water still banned Capital Public Radio: California Leads The Way In Growth Of Climate Change Lawsuits The Press Enterprise: You may not believe it, but the number of […]

Transportation News for September 15, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Transbay Transit Center – a difficult journey  VB Profiles: State Legislature Approves Toll Bill, Gives Bay Area Voters Chance to Improve Commute Options  East Bay Times: Bigger rebates for EV buyers hit a speed bump  Mercury News: Editorial: Privacy risk in self-driving cars? Senate has to fix that loophole in federal bill  Mercury News: Willow Glen road […]

Energy News for September 15, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: Valero Houston Plant Underestimated Harvey Benzene Leak Reuters: Aramco says IPO on track after report it is preparing for possible delay The Associated Press: Greece struggles to mop up oil spill; critics demand more The Sun Sentinel: Power restored to 70 percent of FPL customers; many in South Florida still wait The New York Times: De […]

Energy News for September 14, 2017

The Hill: West Virginia officials to re-examine controversial pipeline Reuters: BP-led group signs Azerbaijan oilfield extension deal E&E News: Burgeoning legal movement pits landowners against pipelines RTO Insider: CAISO Regionalization, 100% Clean Energy Bills Stall CNBC: Tesla’s vice president of business development leaves The Associated Press: EPA head: No renewable fuel promise made to ex-Trump adviser The Washington Post: Maryland groups launch […]

Transportation News for September 14, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: SF ponders new rules for Chariot and other private transit vehicles  San Francisco Chronicle: Central Subway could start partial service in time to serve Warriors’ arena  San Francisco Chronicle: Renewable diesel use in California moves to fast track  San Francisco Chronicle: How self-driving trucks might actually mean more trucking jobs  San Francisco Chronicle: Self-driving boats: The next […]

Transportation News for September 13, 2017

San Francisco Chronicle: Feds vow to clear road for self-driving car makers  Mercury News: US updates self-driving car guidelines as more hit the road  San Francisco Chronicle: Tesla, driver both to blame in fatal crash last year, NTSB finds  East Bay Times: Curious about construction projects in Concord? There’s a map for that  Mercury News: Report: Investment needed to prepare […]

Energy News for September 13, 2017

The Wall Street Journal: Saudi Arabia Pushes OPEC on New Tack to Curb Oil Supplies Financial Times: Global oil markets have ‘started to rebalance’ – IEA Reuters: U.S. natgas output seen up in 2017, but below 2015 record Platts: Natural gas supplies half of ERCOT demand in August; nuclear share rises The Associated Press: Syria Signs Aleppo Power Plant Contract […]

California Water News for September 13, 2017

Capital Public Radio: $4 Billion Parks And Water Bond Moves Toward June 2018 Ballot McClatchy DC Bureau: Record-breaking hurricanes stretch and strain FEMA The Los Angeles Times: Residents in Bay Area neighborhood warned not to drink tap water for 48 hours DWR Drone Video: Oroville Dam Spillway Taking Shape in this September 11 Flyover WaterFix: California WaterFix Benefits Animation The […]