Energy News for December 5, 2014

The Associated Press: Data: BLM delays some oil, gas lease sales to protect sage grouse The Hill: Adding methane emissions rules would hurt industry, regulators, environment Reuters: Kinder Morgan might export condensate through pipeline revival, exec says Bloomberg: EIA: U.S. proven oil, gas reserves rose in 2013

Energy News for December 4, 2014

National Journal: U.S. shale will continue despite OPEC decision, analysts, execs say CNBC: ExxonMobil projects can withstand oil at $40, Tillerson says The Bakken Magazine Online: More oil, gas CFOs consider low prices biggest challenge, survey finds Reuters: Drilling activity steady in shale-producing districts, Fed says Fuel Fix: Lawmakers attach energy measures to defense authorization bill The Hill: Sen. Inhofe urges […]

Energy News for December 3, 2014

Politico: Oil price drop may bring pro-energy policies, observers say Fuel Fix: API’s Felmy: Crude price slump boon to economy, pinch oil-dependent regions Reuters: Partners sought for Repsol Canaport LNG export terminal Oil & Gas Journal: Chevron deepwater Gulf of Mexico project starts oil, gas production The Hill: FERC commissioner finds fault with EPA draft emissions rule

Energy News for December 2, 2014

Reuters: Data show 15% slump in new shale well permits CNBC: Analysts say OPEC’s decision could hurt shale producers with debts Production cuts could stop U.S. oil output growth amid price decline American City Business Journals: EIA: Shale wells were biggest U.S. gas source in 2013 The Oklahoman: Researchers aim to optimize fracking using findings from 1906 earthquake SNL […]

Energy News for December 1, 2014

Bloomberg BNA: The EPA’s efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions will significantly impact regulation on the oil and gas industry, under the clean air act – with final rulemaking expected in 2016. Get prepared and learn how proposed emissions regulations can impact your organization.

Transportation News for December 1, 2014

San Francisco Chronicle: Developer land deal will enlarge East Bay park  KTVU: New Bay Bridge demolition plans could preserve piers  San Francisco Chronicle: Bay Bridge officials want to leave old piers  San Francisco Chronicle: When the flow of traffic was all aboard the ferries  San Francisco Chronicle: New Bay Bridge plan: Turn piers into park

PG&E Winter 2014 Newsletter

Winter 2014 Edition PG&E announces two major electric vehicle initiatives   PG&E, along with U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, Counselor to the President John Podesta and Edison Electric Institute (EEI) President Tom Kuhn, announced two electric power industry initiatives and unveiled the utility industry’s first plug-in electric hybrid drivetrain Class 5 bucket trucks […]

Energy News for November 26, 2014

Oil & Gas Journal: API: EPA should let states meet 2008 standards before proposing new rules The Washington Times: Oil-price slump poses new challenges to U.S. producers SNL Financial: Mexico’s reliance on U.S. gas to continue, former official says American City Business Journals: EIA: Shale wells were biggest U.S. gas source in 2013 Reuters: Source: U.S. seeks to extend emergency […]

Energy News for November 21, 2014

Bloomberg: API: Crude, fuel imports hit lowest Oct. level since 1995 Bloomberg: Data: Some U.S. shale regions unprofitable at $75 per barrel Alaska Dispatch News: Alaska North Slope oil, gas lease auction draws $54.5M in high bids Fuel Fix: EIA launches oil import tracking tool Platts: Oil, gas industry challenges Bakken crude treatment rules SNL Financial: Oil, gas tax reform may […]

Energy News for November 20, 2014

Oil & Gas Journal: Report: Expanding offshore leasing could boost domestic energy output Bloomberg Businessweek: Geopolitical landscape moves in favor of U.S. amid low-cost oil Calgary Herald (Alberta)/The Canadian Press: TransCanada looking to build pipelines for U.S. shale oil, exec says Reuters: Obama might consider Keystone deal with GOP, sources say The Des Moines Register: EPA’s 2014 ethanol mandate delay […]