Transportation News for February 6, 2018

Mercury News: Caltrain to roll out mobile ticketing app Mercury News: California on path to meet goal of 1.5 million electric cars, but charging stations lag behind Mercury News: Roadshow: High-income folks may not be eligible for carpool stickers Marin Independent Journal: Marin road projects listed for gas tax funds Marin Independent Journal: Editorial: Bridge lane study — better late […]

Energy News for February 6, 2018

Bloomberg: BP Dodges Oil-Industry Gloom as Profit Jumps With Production Axios: Exxon backs federal methane regulation Bloomberg: Halliburton Takes Fracking Fight From Oil Field to Patent Office Bloomberg: Promised Land for Gas Drillers Turns Into Glutted No Man’s Land Houston Chronicle: Warburg Pincus launches new energy company in the Permian Reuters: ETP Rover natgas pipe seeks U.S. FERC OK to resume […]

California Water News for February 6, 2018

Sacramento Bee: Editorial: California’s great Sierra forest are dying. We all have a stake in saving them. Bay Area News Group: What’s the chance for a ‘normal’ rain year now? Grim, if history is a gauge Water Deeply: Robotics, Artificial Intelligence Make Headway in the Water Industry KQED: Could Oil Firms Be Forced to Pay for Climate Change? California […]

Transportation News for February 5, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: North Bay’s SMART rail service exceeds expectations in first 6 months San Francisco Chronicle: Island of Alameda weighing license-plate readers at entry and exit points San Francisco Chronicle: BART’s brand-new cars take another trip to the repair yard  East Bay Times: Google spin-off Waymo and Uber face off before jury as trade-secrets trial starts Mercury News: Roadshow: […]

Energy News for February 5, 2018

Bloomberg: Exxon Sees Oil Demand Down 20% in 2040; Or Maybe It’ll Be Up The Wall Street Journal: BP Faces Down Its Doubters Bloomberg: Permian Seen Second to Saudis for Spare Oil-Output Capacity Tulsa World: OSHA standards moot in Quinton rig explosion because of exemption for oil-and-gas industry Reuters: Oil group Total to sell 25 percent stake in offshore South […]

California Water News for February 5, 2018

Wall Street Journal: Water, Water Everywhere Can’t Quell a Western Drought Los Angeles Times: California bakes as winter temperatures set new records across the state USA Today: U.S. drought at worst level in nearly 4 years Sacramento Bee: Super hot! Sacramento sets record temperature during game The Press Democrat: Sonoma County temperature records fall as warm, dry winter days take […]

Transportation News for February 2, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Editorial: A bullet train audit can help the troubled system  San Francisco Chronicle: Joby Aviation wins a $100M investment boost to get its flying cars off the ground  San Francisco Chronicle: SFO saw record number of travelers in 2017  San Francisco Chronicle: Does the Bay Area mind-set mean natives get cable car discounts?  San Francisco […]

Energy News for February 2, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Google Weighs Unusual Bid With Giant Oil Firm Aramco to Rev Up the Saudi Tech Sector Houston Chronicle: Exxon Mobil posts $8.4 billion profit, largely from new tax law The Associated Press: Oklahoma quakes tied to how deep wastewater is injected Bloomberg: Billions From Trump Tax Cuts Supercharge Fossil Fuel Sector The Record: NJ will vote […]

California Water News for February 2, 2018

Capitol Weekly: Water storage needed – but keep faith with Prop. 1 Sacramento Bee: Sierra Nevada snow picture brightens, but still just a fraction of normal KQED: Before and After: Measuring California’s Thin Mountain Snowpack New York Times: California Today: Hot Winter Means Snowpack Is Far Below Normal Sacramento Bee: Voter’s OK’d $2.7 billion for new reservoirs. Critics say California […]

Transportation News for February 1, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Uber’s new training wheels: testing bike sharing in San Francisco  Mercury News: New Jersey town sued for closing shortcut recommended by Waze Mercury News: California could see the return of $4 gas Mercury News: Redwood City: Port activity breaks record Mercury News: Roadshow: Need a REAL ID? Make an appointment with DMV Marin Independent Journal: Sausalito fears Fort […]