Energy News for January 3, 2019

Oil tanks catch fire at Noble well in the Permian Jordan Blum, Houston Chronicle Whitmer seeks AG opinion on Great Lakes oil pipeline deal The Associated Press OPEC Output Falls Most in Almost Two Years as Saudi Cuts Begin Grant Smith, Bloomberg Why the U.S. Imports LNG Despite Its Gas-Export Boom Naureen S. Malik, Bloomberg […]

Energy News for January 2, 2019

Chesapeake Energy, Fracking Pioneer, Bet on Oil. Then Prices Plunged Rebecca Elliott, The Wall Street Journal Controversial Mariner East 2 pipeline now in service Jonathan Lai, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette U.S. crude flows to Europe hit 11-month low in December Collin Eaton, Reuters The Infiltrator: How an Undercover Oil Industry Mercenary Tricked Pipeline Opponents Into Believing He […]

Energy News for December 19, 2018

The Hill: Senators introduce resolution opposing Russian pipeline Reuters: BP launches $3 billion sale of U.S. onshore assets to fund BHP deal: sources The Wall Street Journal: Fight Brews in Houston’s Port Over Energy Exports The Associated Press: Panel to take closely watched vote on pipeline station Reuters: Aramco will double gas production and availability […]

Energy News for December 18, 2018

Bloomberg: Shell Eyes Deal for Endeavor Energy as Price Tag Drops Financial Times: Oil producers drill down on data with Google venture The Associated Press: Groups sue to block oil production in Alaska’s Beaufort Sea Casper Star Tribune: Applications to drill for oil and gas in Wyoming hit record of 25,000 Platts: Outlook 2019: Boom […]

Energy News for December 17, 2018

Washington Examiner: Anger at Saudis gives fresh life to legislation for suing OPEC Bloomberg: Mexico’s New President Allocates $23 Billion for State Oil Company to Boost Output Next Year Financial Times: Investors push Exxon to list emissions targets in annual reports Reuters: New oil, gas projects to accelerate next year: report Los Angeles Times: PG&E […]

Water News for December 17, 2018

Mercury News: Water shortages ahead? Sierra Nevada snow pack on track to shrink 79 percent, new study finds Weather Channel: Dangerous Surf Targeting the West Coast From California to Washington State NBC San Diego: International Water Investigators to Meet Over Tijuana River Valley Sewage Spill Sacramento Bee: California cedes water to feds in Delta deal […]

Energy News for December 14, 2018

Bloomberg: Saudi Arabia to Target U.S. With Sharp Oil Export Cut, Sources Say The Associated Press: No. 2 gas-producing state moves to curb air pollution Casper Star Tribune: Federal oil and gas lease sale slumps after delay on sage grouse habitat parcels Financial Times: Pump more oil! López Obrador’s tall order to Pemex The Wall […]

Energy News for December 13, 2018

Reuters: Rep. Goodlatte presses administration to support anti-OPEC legislation The Hill: Alaska oil and gas lease sale nets $1.5 million Bloomberg: Jagged Peak Energy to Consider Expanding With Permian Acquisitions Washington Examiner: Rick Perry struggles to convince Iraq to cut ties with Iran The Wall Street Journal: Parker Drilling Files for Bankruptcy With Bondholder Deal in Place The Wall Street […]

Energy News for December 12, 2018

Platts: Cheniere Energy exports first cargo from LNG terminal in Texas Reuters: Conservation groups sue Trump administration over Atlantic oil testing The Associated Press: Lawsuit: Gas company knew rig was unsafe before explosion Reuters: U.S. expected to end 2018 as world’s top oil producer: EIA Center for Public Integrity: When it comes to natural gas, […]

Energy Policy for December 10, 2018

Platts: Congress moving toward passage of anti-OPEC bill: sources Bloomberg: Oklahoma’s Future Rests in the Hands of Two Very Different Oil Billionaires Platts: OPEC coalition cuts unlikely to affect US shale output: analysts The Intercept: Shell Oil Executive Boasts That His Company Influenced the Paris Agreement Platts: Dominion suspends work on full route of Atlantic […]