Energy News for September 11, 2018

Reuters: SandRidge Energy rejects takeover bids, saying they undervalue company Anchorage Daily News: State and ExxonMobil reach agreement on preliminary gas line sales Roll Call: Need a Cave to Stash Your Oil? Feds Might Soon Have a Deal for You Platts: Alaska producers finding profitable ways to unlock ‘viscous’ oil in North Slope The Wall Street Journal: Debate Heats Up […]

Water News for September 11, 2018

CBS News: California to go 100 percent carbon-neutral Capitol Weekly: State Water Project: Our most important infrastructure Lake County News: Mendocino Complex containment holding at 98 percent; fire camps Sacramento Bee: OPINION: If this meeting isn’t about financing Delta tunnels, then put it in writing Del Norte Triplicate: Oregon issues approval to remove J.C. Boyle Dam on the Klamath […]

Transportation News for September 10, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Clipper transit card getting $194 million overhaul – including phone payment app ABC: Smartphones instead of Clipper cards? Bay Area transit to get $200 million upgrade Mercury News: BART to San Jose delayed over improper equipment Mercury News: Skateboarder was riding where? Roadshow Marin Independent Journal: San Rafael vets concepts for new transit hub Napa Valley Register: Napa […]

Energy News for September 10, 2018

Houston Chronicle: Guilty verdict in pipeline spill could have industry repercussions Bloomberg: U.S. Wish for Zero Oil Imports From Iran Granted by S. Korea Bloomberg: AMLO Targets $3.9 Billion in New Oil Investment to Boost Output Platts: US court dismisses industry challenge to Oregon fuel standards Reuters: Saudi’s PIF selects Goldman Sachs as adviser on SABIC sale: sources The Wall […]

Water News for September 10, 2018

Mercury News: San Francisco host global climate summit – will it make a difference? Maven’s Notebook: Joint Legislative Budget Committee hearing on the contract extensions for the State Water Project is on again – and so is the heat … Los Angeles Times: Wildfires have charred more than 1 million acres in California this year — and fire […]

Transportation News for September 7, 2018

Mercury News: DMV rejects dozens of personalized plate requests a year Marin Independent Journal: Angel Island Ferry petition circulates to keep longtime operator San Francisco Examiner: JUMP bike launch in Presidio means e-scooters could launch there, too SOURCE: How San Diego Fueled California’s Gas Tax Repeal Effort Capital Public Radio: Proposition 6: The Fight Over Last Year’s California Gas Tax […]

Energy News for September 7, 2018

Bloomberg: In Response to Trump, Saudis Ramp Up Oil Exports Into the U.S. Platts: US, Japan tout energy sector cooperation with eye toward LNG infrastructure Financial Times: US shale boom begins to cool Utility Dive: Duke Energy petitions SC regulators to extend solar net metering RTO Insider: WAPA to Divide RC Services Between CAISO, SPP Bloomberg: Are Electric Scooters the Future […]

Water News for September 7, 2018

News Deeply: Water Agencies, Farmers Fret Over California’s Move to Regulate Wetlands CBS San Francisco: Increased Water Temps In Russian River Prompt Public Experiment Sacramento Bee: California wildfires: What new fires are burning now and where are they? Sacramento Bee: SLO County residents could be on the hook for $6 million to repair the Oroville Dam San Diego Union-Tribune: OPINION: Vote […]

Transportation News for September 6, 2018

San Francisco Chronicle: Ride a vintage, 1896-built streetcar at this weekend’s Muni Heritage event Mercury News: More ways to lower Caltrain ticket costs: Roadshow

Energy News for September 6, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Chevron Launching Predictive Maintenance to Oil Fields, Refineries Bloomberg: Exxon Moves Ahead on China Projects as Trade Tensions Simmer Platts: Oil market ‘expects’ OPEC to extend partnership with other producers, secretary general Barkindo says Bloomberg: U.S., India Pledge Deeper Defense Ties Despite Iran Disagreement The Philadelphia Inquirer: Feds: Sunoco pipeline spilled 33,500 gallons of gas at […]