Water News for May 22, 2018

Maven’s Notebook: Water Supply Allocation Increases Slightly for State Water Contractors Water Deeply: California Water Agency Concerned as Neighboring Geothermal Plant Expands Fresno Bee: Opinion: Valley farms, cities need Temperance Flat Dam to assure secure water future Western FarmPress: Opinion: The high hurdles to California water storage E&E News: Congress learning to padlock courthouse door […]

Transportation News for May 21, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: 13 Bay Area Transportation Projects Get Total Of $660 Million San Francisco Chronicle: Measure 3 seeks to ease traffic congestion by raising Bay Area bridge tolls San Francisco Chronicle: Supporters come out hard as support for Bay Area bridge toll hike is squishy San Francisco Chronicle: Scooters on SF’s streets: What’s not […]

Energy News for May 21, 2018

Bloomberg: The Commodities That May Win Big From U.S.-China Trade Truce Reuters: BP back on its feet but CEO senses no respite The Wall Street Journal: Behind a Hedge Fund’s Billion-Dollar Bet On Busted Oil Companies Reuters: Don’t neglect to pay the middleman: How Shell and Eni ended up on trial InsideClimate News: Atlantic Coast […]

Water News for May 21, 2018

Water Deeply: Five Things to Know About Water Bonds on Upcoming California Ballots Los Angeles Times: Del Mar considers unpopular ‘planned retreat’ strategy due to rising sea level Water Deeply: Innovative Water Storage Projects Aid Wildlife, Salmon and Fishing Jobs Appeal Democrat: Sites Reservoir officials: $1 billion falls short of hopes Oroville Mercury Register: Editorial: […]

Transportation News for May 18, 2018

East Bay Times: Traffic or $9 tolls? Bay Area voters to decide which is worse East Bay Times: Who’s backing the $3 toll hike? You might be surprised East Bay Times: Golden Gate Bridge toll increases likely again amid rising deficits East Bay Times: Boring Co.’s Elon Musk takes his underground transit dreams to the […]

Energy News for May 18, 2018

Financial Times: Oil and gas groups urged to step up climate change efforts The New York Times: Sanctions on Iran and Venezuela May Empower U.S. Rivals Bloomberg: Morneau Vows Trans Mountain Backstop Will be Commercially Viable Reuters: As oil prices surge, U.S. service providers eye growing labor shortage Platts: IEA in talks with oil producers, […]

Water News for May 18, 2018

Water Education Foundation: Could the Arizona Desert Offer California and the West a Guide to Solving Its Groundwater Problem? Maven’s Notebook: DWR forms partnership for design and construction of WaterFix; JPA charged with constructing California Water Fix holds inaugural meeting; Delta County Supervisors in staunch opposition to WaterFix construction Los Angeles Times: California moves closer […]

Transportation News for May 17, 2018

Mercury News: Elon Musk hosts ‘info session’ about his The Boring Co.’s tunnel system to ‘alleviate soul-destroying traffic’ Mercury News: Marin spends longer time in commute traffic than the rest of Bay Area Mercury News: Mr. Roadshow: Horn honker vs. driver waiting to turn left: Roadshow Santa Rosa Press Democrat: Bicyclists ride to promote safety […]

Energy News for May 17, 2018

The Associated Press: US Warns of Sanctions Risk to Germany-Russia Gas Pipeline The Wall Street Journal: Canada Ready to Compensate Kinder Morgan for Pipeline Losses Platts: US court ruling sparks tussle over impact on construction of Atlantic Coast gas pipe project The Wall Street Journal: Oil Is Above $70, but Frackers Still Struggle to Make […]

Water News for May 17, 2018

Western Farm Press: Supply, demand key to balancing valley’s water needs Water Deeply: How Much Water Should California Cities Use? New Data Could Help KQED Science: Yearlong Bay ‘Challenge’ Ends with Lofty Plans for Staving Off Sea Level Rise PPIC: The Yuba Accord: A Model for Water Management Red Green and Blue: Opinion: California ramming […]