Energy News for November 5, 2018

Bloomberg: Pompeo Defends Temporary Waivers Granted for Iran Oil Buying The New York Times: As U.S. Sanctions on Iran Kick In, Europe Looks for a Workaround Platts: Sempra moving closer to producing LNG at Louisiana export terminal The Wall Street Journal: Once a ‘Dog,’ Refining Becomes Driver of Oil Profits The Wall Street Journal: Colorado […]

Water News for November 5, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: SF Mayor Breed vetoes supervisors’ resolution that supported state river plan Pacific Standard: IF PROPOSITION 3 PASSES, 2018 COULD BECOME CALIFORNIA’S HIGHEST-FUNDED YEAR FOR WATER PROJECTS IN DECADES Mountain Democrat: Delta dilemma: Will WaterFix fix it or not? Appeal Democrat: Preventing the next big flood California WaterBlog: U.C. Davis Law’s Environmental Law […]

Transportation News for November 2, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Brown campaigning for pet cause: killing gas-tax repeal East Bay Times: Prop 6 struggles in polls — an omen for California Republicans? Mercury News: Repealing state gas tax increase is on ballot Tuesday: Roadshow KQED: 10 Things to Know About Proposition 6, the Gas Tax Repeal Initiative San Francisco Examiner: Bayview merchants […]

Energy News for November 2, 2018

Bloomberg: Iran Sanctions Kick In, With Biggest Oil Disruption in Years The Wall Street Journal: Dominion to Sell Stake in Natural-Gas Services Venture Blue Racer The Wall Street Journal: Gulfport Energy CEO Steps Down After Review Finds Unauthorized Credit-Card Use Platts: Iran’s first LNG terminal project stalls due to US sanctions Platts: Gas service more […]

Water News for November 2, 2018

Modesto Bee: How next week’s expected State Water Board vote could trigger a flood of lawsuits The Weather Channel: Creeping Natural Disaster in California Threatens Train Tracks, State Highway Los Angeles Times: In a first, California abolishes Compton’s water district board after years of dirty-water allegations Sacramento Bee: Oroville Dam repairs aren’t enough, feds warn. […]

Transportation News for November 1, 2018

East Bay Times: E-scooter companies to pay to operate in Oakland Mercury News: Crystal Springs Bridge to re-open soon: Roadshow Mercury News: Battery problem prompts Lime to pull electric scooters off streets in LA, Tahoe, San Diego Sacramento Bee: Cost for new I Street Bridge hits $172 million after Coast Guard makes changes Los Angeles […]

Energy News for November 1, 2018

Platts: Could US-funded deal help launch West Coast LNG export project in Mexico? Bloomberg: India, Korea Said to Agree Outline of Iran Oil Waiver With U.S. Bloomberg: Democrats Regaining House Seen Raising Odds of Anti-OPEC Bill Bloomberg: U.S. Passes Russia – Briefly – to Become Top Oil Producer Reuters: OPEC oil output rises to highest […]

Water News for November 1, 2018

Capital Public Radio: Officials: Oroville Dam Spillway Will Be Ready For Rain NBC Los Angeles: State Puts County in Temporary Control of Troubled Sativa Water in Compton AccuWeather: Southern California to face enhanced fire danger through start of November Maven’s Notebook: CALIFORNIA WATER FIX: Metropolitan Special Committee on the Bay Delta discusses the Water Fix […]

Transportation News for October 31, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Waymo gets OK for robot cars in state; no humans needed Associated Press: AP: Waymo to test driverless cars in 5 Silicon Valley cities. Is your town one of them? San Francisco Chronicle: Bay Briefing: With automated vehicles, innovation can be a double-edged sword Sacramento Bee: City selects internationally well-known architect to […]

Energy News for October 31, 2018

Platts: Oil and gas sector still needs to consolidate: industry executives Platts: US weighs sanctions relief for some countries that cut Iran oil imports: State Department Reuters: Rising U.S. crude output sparks race to build export terminals Bloomberg: Replacing Iran’s Lost Oil Supply a Boon for Supertanker Fleet Bloomberg BNA: Florida Could Add Offshore Drilling […]