Energy News for March 19, 2015

New York Times: Obama to Order Cuts in Federal Greenhouse Gas Emissions Morning Consult: Senate Panel to Break Ground on Comprehensive Energy Bill in “Next Week or Two” Fuel Fix: Report: Oil and gas on public lands a ‘blind spot’ in climate fight Bloomberg: Data: U.S. saw lowest petroleum shipments level since Oct. 2013 last week Oil & Gas […]

Energy News for March 17, 2015

Slate: Peak Coal: No, coal energy isn’t going out of style. But the U.S., and maybe even China and India, are deciding they need a lot less of it. New York Times: U.S. Oil Prices Fall to Six-Year Low Reuters: Removing U.S. oil ban would create jobs beyond drilling -report The Hill: API: States should meet 2008 ozone standards […]

Energy News for March 16, 2015

Bloomberg: Analysis: Rig count hits lowest since Nov. 2009  Reuters: Regulator: Oil, gas industry should do more to prevent crude train accidents  Bloomberg: 4 energy companies show interest in Whiting Petroleum, sources say  American City Business Journals: Texas LNG plans LNG export project, requests FERC permit  USA Today: U.S. oil pipeline surge continues despite Keystone XL delays  Reuters: Energy Dept. plans […]

Energy News for March 13, 2015

Bloomberg: Oil lobby group said to be in talks with officials on crude exports  Reuters: United Steelworkers, oil companies reach tentative contract  Bloomberg: Analysis: Wave of shale deals starts as reserve value drops  Platts: West Coast refiners import more gasoline, alkylate from Asia  The Hill: Feds should tap offshore reserves to bolster energy stability  The Guardian: US and Chinese companies dominate […]

Energy News for March 12, 2015

USA Today: Report: Wind power could be 35% of supply by 2050 Reuters: Union signals possible proposal coming to end U.S. refinery strike The Wall Street Journal: Nasdaq to Launch Energy Futures Market The Hill: Obama’s remarks show continued Keystone XL opposition, observers say  Reuters: U.S. shale suffering in race with OPEC  Bloomberg: Major oil companies benefit from low prices in […]

Energy News for March 11, 2015

National Journal: Portman, Shaheen Keep Hope Alive on Energy-Efficiency Bill Reuters: What to watch for in U.S. climate plan for Paris Bloomberg: Coal Assets Abound for Those Willing to Bet on Rebound: Real M&A CBS Money Watch: 3 energy companies seek bankruptcy protection amid oil, gas downturn  The Wall Street Journal: Whiting Petroleum putting itself up for sale amid oil […]

Energy News for March 10, 2015

Morning Consult: Keystone’s Plan B: Hitch It To Highway Funding, Dare Dems to Blink CNBC: Brent crude near $57 on strong dollar and supply concerns Bloomberg: Crude price fall may not be as steep as thought, Goldman says   Reuters: $1T in oil, gas projects could be canceled amid price slump, exec says  Bloomberg: EIA: U.S. shale plays to […]

Energy News for March 9, 2015

Wall Street Journal: OPEC Chief Says Cartel Is Hurting U.S. Shale Producers The Washington Times: Obama minimizes benefits of Keystone XL in speech  Bloomberg: Global oil market to get balance back this year, OPEC chief says Fuel Fix: Investors raised $7.75B for oil producers in last 2 months, analysts say POLITICO Morning Energy for 3/9/2015 By DARIUS DIXON, with […]

Energy News for March 6, 2015

E&E:  PJM analysis of EPA Clean Power Plan puts price on carbon The Hill: Watchdog scrutinizes EPA on employee salaries NPR: Northwest Oil Terminal Plan Would Mean Jobs — And More Oil Trains The Wall Street Journal: Oil Glut Sparks Latest Dilemma: Where to Put It All The Wall Street Journal: Oil prices could drop further amid storage dearth, […]

Energy News for March 5, 2015

The Examiner: Senate falls short in overriding Keystone XL veto Bloomberg: Near-term oil price hitting $100 again unlikely due to shale, observers say Reuters: Global oil glut won’t lead to storage shortfall soon, exec says Reuters: U.S. oil output won’t improve if declines in prices, drilling continue Fuel Fix: Feds to decide soon on Arctic lease extension requests, Jewell says […]