Energy News for November 13, 2018

The Center for Public Integrity: Drilling overwhelms agency protecting America’s lands The Wall Street Journal: OPEC Defends Itself After Saudi Study Questions Its Future Platts: Oil industry-backed blockchain platform set to go live by end-2018 The Wall Street Journal: Saudi Oil Diplomacy Just Took a Big Hit Financial Times: Shell and Anadarko in dispute over […]

Energy News for November 9, 2018

Financial Times: Iraq close to deal with Kurds to restart oil exports from Kirkuk The Boston Globe: Eversource writes off its investment in Access Northeast because of Columbia Gas disaster Reuters: Russia clashes with Western oil buyers over new deals as sanctions loom The Wall Street Journal: Chevron Stayed in Venezuela Long After Rivals Quit. […]

Energy News for November 8, 2018

Financial Times: PGNiG strikes another long term deal for US liquefied natural gas Reuters: Anadarko to sell pipeline, storage assets for $4 billion Reuters: Return to oil production cuts in 2019 cannot be ruled out: OPEC sources Houston Chronicle: Midterms shift balance in Washington for oil sector Bloomberg: Trump Says ‘Fragile’ Oil Market Behind Decision […]

Energy News for November 6, 2018

The Wall Street Journal:¬†Aegean Marine Files for Chapter 11, Targets Potential Sale Reuters: EU struggles to find host for Iran trade mechanism Bloomberg: CEO of World’s Biggest Oil Firm Says Size Doesn’t Matter in M&A Bloomberg: Iraq Gets Exemption From U.S. Sanctions on Iran’s Energy Exports Platts: US aims to take more Iranian barrels off […]

Energy News for November 5, 2018

Bloomberg: Pompeo Defends Temporary Waivers Granted for Iran Oil Buying The New York Times: As U.S. Sanctions on Iran Kick In, Europe Looks for a Workaround Platts: Sempra moving closer to producing LNG at Louisiana export terminal The Wall Street Journal: Once a ‘Dog,’ Refining Becomes Driver of Oil Profits The Wall Street Journal: Colorado […]

Energy News for November 2, 2018

Bloomberg: Iran Sanctions Kick In, With Biggest Oil Disruption in Years The Wall Street Journal: Dominion to Sell Stake in Natural-Gas Services Venture Blue Racer The Wall Street Journal: Gulfport Energy CEO Steps Down After Review Finds Unauthorized Credit-Card Use Platts: Iran’s first LNG terminal project stalls due to US sanctions Platts: Gas service more […]

Energy News for November 1, 2018

Platts: Could US-funded deal help launch West Coast LNG export project in Mexico? Bloomberg: India, Korea Said to Agree Outline of Iran Oil Waiver With U.S. Bloomberg: Democrats Regaining House Seen Raising Odds of Anti-OPEC Bill Bloomberg: U.S. Passes Russia – Briefly – to Become Top Oil Producer Reuters: OPEC oil output rises to highest […]

Energy News for October 31, 2018

Platts: Oil and gas sector still needs to consolidate: industry executives Platts: US weighs sanctions relief for some countries that cut Iran oil imports: State Department Reuters: Rising U.S. crude output sparks race to build export terminals Bloomberg: Replacing Iran’s Lost Oil Supply a Boon for Supertanker Fleet Bloomberg BNA: Florida Could Add Offshore Drilling […]

Energy News for October 29. 2018

The New York Times: Driven by Trump Policy Changes, Fracking Booms on Public Lands The Guardian: Rebounding oil prices buoy BP at a crucial time Financial Times: Big oil persists with spending discipline mantra Platts: US FERC repeats cumulative impact concerns about three LNG terminals in Brownsville, Texas Utility Dive: ISO-NE, generators spar over fuel […]

Energy News for October 26, 2018

Platts: Lopez Obrador aims to cut Mexico’s reliance on US oil, gas: energy adviser Platts: OPEC concerned over oil market oversupply risks in 2019 The Wall Street Journal: Oil Industry Sticks With Saudi Arabia Through Khashoggi Scandal The Wall Street Journal: The Shale Boom Calmed Oil Markets, but for How Much Longer? Platts: US power […]