San Francisco Estuary Institute Selects Warner Chabot As New Executive Director

San Francisco Estuary Institute Selects Warner Chabot As New Executive Director Warner Chabot brings three decades of experience in environmental policy, fundraising, and management to amplify and extend the positive impact of the San Francisco Estuary Institute on the health of California’s aquatic ecosystems. For Immediate Release                 […]

Energy & Trade News for October 20, 2014

Bloomberg Businessweek: API: U.S. crude imports hit lowest Sept. level amid output increase, demand decline The Hill: Experts: Oil price decline, insufficient infrastructure put U.S. shale plays at risk  The Washington Times: Politicians, not oil, are drag on U.S. economy  Gulf Daily News: The myth of ‘free trade’

California Water & Drought News for October 20, 2014

Sacramento Bee: Is desalination the drought solution for California? Sacramento Bee: Winter forecast suggests drought worries not over for California NPR: As Their Wells Run Dry, California Residents Blame Thirsty Farms Stockton Record: Drought funding dries up NPR: California Farmers: We Are Getting ‘Much Less Water’ Capital Public Radio: NASA Spacecraft Could Help California Address Drought Christian Science Monitor: Is California’s drought […]

CQ Budget Tracker News: Special Report: Omnibus May Be Within Reach

CQ BUDGET TRACKER NEWS Oct. 16, 2014 – 4:15 p.m. Special Report: Omnibus May Be Within Reach By George Cahlink In a Congress defined more by what it hasn’t done than any legislative achievements, it would seem a long shot to pass an omnibus fiscal 2015 spending package in what’s sure to be a partisan […]

California Water & Drought News for October 17, 2014

San Francisco Chronicle: Winter rains not likely to ease California drought Los Angeles Times: No end to Southland drought seen in winter rain forecast Daily Digest: Is California heading towards another Dust Bowl? Sacramento Bee: It’s time to get extremely serious about conserving water Capital Press: $7.5 billion question faces California water users Sacramento Bee: […]

Dredging News Online — October 2014

  Dredging News Online RSS Twitter A publication for the worldwide Dredging Industry published by Clarksons since 1999  Online Products Offshore Drilling & Production Concepts World Offshore Field Development Guides Offshore Shipping Online Dredging News Online Clarksons shop Vessel Registers AHTS MDU CV LNG MPS Survey Vessels ROV Dredgers Tugs SPM A-Z Offshore Register […]

Energy & Trade News for October 17, 2014

The Economic Times: Common market for inter-state free trade on the cards Bloomberg Businessweek: Data: Daily U.S. crude imports from Saudi Arabia hit 1.23M barrels last week Bloomberg Businessweek: EIA: U.S. oil production hit highest level since June 1985 last week The Hill: White House should allow crude exports ahead of “day of reckoning”

News from the Port of Redwood City – October 2014                                                      October 16, 2014 Our News…. Major Dredging Project Will Restore Port Channel Depth Port Receives Homeland Security Grant Port Commission Elects Officers Paul Shepherd Retiring PortFest […]

Energy News for October 16, 2014

Bloomberg Businessweek: U.S. shale oil production still profitable amid price decline, observers say Oil &Gas Journal: Industry execs want Commerce Dept. to act on condensate export requests San Francisco Chronicle: San Francisco agency advances draft rules on refinery emissions cap Fuel Fix: Refiners group, oil execs ask Obama to lower RFS

California Water & Drought News for October 16, 2014

Los Angeles Times: More California gardeners go native Voice of America: Drought-Stricken California Considers Upgrading Water System The Daily Breeze: Experts offer advice for drought tolerant landscaping in Southern California Bloomberg Businessweek: Time for a Serious Policy on Water Pricing Al Jazeera America: Behind the scenes: Thirsty California Live Science: Another Dust Bowl? California Drought […]