Energy News for April 4, 2018

Reuters: Oil giants stay in their own backyards in U.S. auction Houston Chronicle: ConocoPhillips sells Permian assets and expands elsewhere Bloomberg: OPEC Output Falls to Lowest in a Year Amid Venezuela Woes Bloomberg: Four Gas Pipeline Data Systems Shut Down as Cyberattack Hits The Post and Courier: S.C. lawmakers vote to remove Santee Cooper board, […]

Energy News for April 3, 2018

Bloomberg: Harbour Energy Seeks Santos Growth With $10.3 Billion Offer Reuters: China tariffs on U.S. ethanol to cut off imports in short-term Houston Chronicle: Private equity firms becoming longer-term players in the oil patch, investors say Bloomberg: Energy Transfer Says ‘Cyber Attack’ Shut Pipeline Data System Richmond Times-Dispatch: As Virginia pipeline battles continue, Northam reappoints […]

Energy News for April 2, 2018

Washington Examiner: Trump administration to hold another big offshore drilling auction for Gulf of Mexico The Wall Street Journal: In the Oil Patch, Bigger Is No Longer Better Financial Times: Wary shale investors warn against drilling at all costs Los Angeles Times: New rules would make it easier to find oil – and noisier for […]

Energy News for March 30, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: How Tillerson’s Exxon Designed an Oil Deal to Skirt Anticorruption Scrutiny Anchorage Daily News: Environmental groups bristle at feds collecting information on drilling in the Beaufort Sea The New York Times: Brazilian Auction Draws Oil Companies Back to Offshore Drilling NPR News: U.S. Utilities Look To Electric Cars As Their Savior […]

Energy News for March 29, 2018

Bloomberg: Shale Patch Making Money, Hiring and Ready to Drill for More Reuters: Firms complain of contaminated crude from U.S. reserve The New York Times: It’s the No. 1 Power Source, but Natural Gas Faces Headwinds The Wall Street Journal: Massachusetts Utilities Cut Ties With New Hampshire Power-Line Project The State: Dominion threatens to cancel […]

Energy News for March 28, 2018

Reuters: Oil producer Concho to buy rival RSP Permian for about $8 billion Bloomberg: Big Oil’s Glass Ceiling Is Starting to Crack Washington Examiner: Russia-Saudi ‘permanent’ oil alliance won’t scare US shale Financial Times: Banks boost lending to environmentally damaging energy projects Greentech Media: Itron and Utilidata Launch a Grid Voltage Control ‘App’ for Next-Generation Smart Meters The Post and […]

Energy News for March 27, 2018

Axios: Shell sketches future with drastically fewer fossil fuels Bloomberg: Deepwater Oil Starting to Hold Its Own With Shale, Chevron Says Reuters: Devon Energy eyes more asset sales to simplify portfolio Pacific Standard: Inside the Tax Bill’s $25 Billion Oil Company Bonanza The Wall Street Journal: Foreign Trade Houses Grab Dominant Share of U.S. Crude […]

Energy News for March 26, 2018

MarketWatch: China’s Oil Futures Soar on Debut Bloomberg: Oil Industry’s Female Pay Gap Is Worse Among the Explorers Greentech Media: Legal Battle Will Test California Regulators’ Willingness to Stop New Gas Plants Bloomberg: JPMorgan Facing Shareholder Backlash Over Oil Sands Financing The Hill: Russian attacks on energy grid spark alarm Greentech Media: Seasonal Storage for […]

Energy News for March 23, 2018

Platts: US exit from Iran deal likely following Bolton appointment The Associated Press and Houston Chronicle: Hurricane Harvey’s toxic impact deeper than public told Reuters: Saudi expects oil producers to extend output curbs into 2019 Bloomberg: Wilbur Ross to China: Import More U.S. Gas to Cut Trade Gap Bloomberg: Cheniere Faces Ruling on Gas Leak […]

Energy News for March 22, 2018

Reuters: China aims to challenge Brent, WTI oil with crude futures launch Reuters: Greenpeace boards rig due to drill for Statoil in Arctic WVNews: U.S. Fourth Circuit of Appeals says Mountain Valley Pipeline project can continue Reuters: Cenovus Energy says transportation bottlenecks hit production Bloomberg: Trump’s Steel Tariffs May Take a Swipe at Battery-Storage Market […]