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Transportation News for July 11, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: S.F.’s long-awaited Salesforce Transit Center sets opening date for Aug. 12  San Francisco Chronicle: California and New York City: We’ll buy more electric cars. How about you? San Francisco Chronicle: DMV investigates startup that has disrupted appointment process Mercury News: Fireworks brought Bay Bridge to dangerous craw: Roadshow San Francisco Examiner: BART service cuts to affect early […]

Energy News for July 11, 2018

Bloomberg: U.S. Said to Meet Saudi Leaders to Discuss Iran Oil Sanctions Houston Chronicle: Cheniere, CME Group partner on futures contract for U.S. LNG Financial Times: Norway’s oil fund sells out of Warren Buffett-owned utility Platts: US-China trade war could shake up Asia rankings for buyers of American crude Bloomberg: China and U.S. Impose Tariffs on Trade Flows That Don’t […]

Water News for July 11, 2018

Maven’s Notebook: Successful Groundwater Sustainability Planning CBS Sacramento: Southern California Water Agency Re-Approves Delta Tunnels Funding Daily Kos: Coalition Protests Delta Tunnels Tax as MWD Revotes on $11 Billion to Finance WaterFix  Capital Press: Nonprofit files plan to remove four Klamath dams IECN: Securing Southern California’s Water Future with the Help of the Cadiz Water Project  Sierra Sun Times: Restore Hetch Hetchy […]

Transportation News for July 10, 2018

Mercury News: Lawsuit targets toll authority over $3 bridge toll increase Mercury News: Sharks file federal suit over parking at BART station in San Jose Mercury News: 1960s black and yellow retro plates are a big hit: Roadshow Mercury News: There’s a cutthroat turf war behind the race to charge Bay Area scooters Marin Independent Journal: Marin traffic is mostly […]

Energy News for July 10, 2018

Bloomberg: U.S. Allies Starved of Iran Oil Even Before Trump’s Deadline Platts: Deep into summer, US heating oil faces high prices and few buyers Bloomberg: OPEC Says It’s Doing Best to Supply Market But Won’t Overdo It Stateline: Why ‘Orphan’ Oil And Gas Wells Are A Growing Problem For States Bloomberg: Natural Gas Drillers Are Fighting for Their Lives Platts […]

Water News for July 10, 2018

Washington Post: Record heat put thousands of Californians in the dark Friday. Scientists predicted this from climate change. Elk Grove News: State Water Board Releases Plan to Increase Flows in San Joaquin River and Tributaries News Deeply: On the Yuba River, Climate Change Means It’s Time for a Dam Makeover  San Francisco Chronicle: Appeals court rejects effort to tear […]

Transportation News for July 9, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Highways considered for carpool lanes in and out of SF East Bay Times: These Caltrans workers drive the freeways to take hits, so others aren’t hurt or killed East Bay Times: Where Birds and Limes go after dark: The race to charge Bay Area’s scooters Marin Independent Journal: Golden Gate Ferry expedites […]

Energy News for July 9, 2018

Reuters: Aramco more resilient to oil slump than listed rivals: accounts Bloomberg Businessweek: Saudi Aramco’s $2 Trillion Zombie IPO Financial Times: Saudi Aramco chief warns of oil supply crunch Bloomberg: Pruitt Departure Allows for ‘Reset’ Between Trump and Ethanol The Wall Street Journal: Shipowners on Pace to Scrap $1 Billion in Oil Tankers This Year […]

Water News for July 9, 2018

FOX 40: New California Water Plan Aimed at Boosting Fish Habitat The Washington Post: All-time high temperature records set throughout Southern California, including Los Angeles CBS News: Southern California heat wave breaks records KRCR News: Lake Oroville busy with help of free use days Thursday and Friday Red, Green, and Blue: Water agencies are complicit in […]