Energy News for October 19, 2018

Reuters: EPA chief says agency can expand ethanol sales without Congress Bloomberg: White House Backed Drillers Over EPA on Plugging Methane Leaks Bloomberg: Russia Offers Exxon New Projects as U.S. Sanctions Loom Bloomberg: Asia Oil Buyers Said to See More Chance for U.S. Waivers on Iran The Advocate-Messenger: Kinder Morgan asks to ‘vacate’ pipeline project […]

Energy News for October 17, 2018

Platts: US FERC’s LaFleur says some power grid security interventions ‘commercially motivated’ Platts: White House may use Iran sanctions to justify SPR draw: ex-Obama adviser Platts: Investor protections in new NAFTA could leave out some developers: US senator The Associated Press: As an oil giant, Saudi threats against US loom large The Associated Press: Colorado […]

Energy News for October 16, 2018

Reuters: Expanding ethanol sales would have limited U.S. market impact: analysts Reuters: Mexico’s Lopez Obrador pushes Big Oil to hurry, but offers little Reuters: West Texas pipeline to resume on schedule after spill: company The Washington Post: Intense fight over Colorado oil and gas setbacks could end with national precedent Financial Times: Saudi threat risks […]

Energy News for October 15, 2018

Financial Times: Oil group Cepsa jettisons IPO plans The Associated Press: Moratorium issued on company involved in fatal gas explosion Bloomberg: Moratorium issued on company involved in fatal gas explosion The New York Times: Energy Partnerships Rebound as U.S. Oil and Gas Output Rise Houston Chronicle: Energy Partnerships Rebound as U.S. Oil and Gas Output […]

Energy News for October 12, 2018

The Wall Street Journal: Overpressurized Pipes Faulted in Massachusetts Blasts Bloomberg: Gas Flows Resume After Canada Pipe Rupture Hits Oil Refiners Bloomberg: China Swoops in on Canadian Oil That’s $50 Below U.S. Crude Platts: Green Plains says to sell three ethanol plants to Valero Platts: Cheniere CEO defends importance of LNG contracts, China market The […]

Energy News for October 11, 2018

The Associated Press: Refinery near national park avoids potential big roadblock Reuters: OPEC Secretary-General questions ‘misguided’ renewables debate after climate report Reuters: U.S. oil CEO says corporations should work to stem climate change Bloomberg: Gasoline Prices Soar in Northwest on Canada Gas-Pipe Rupture Bloomberg: BP Says Bye to Low Prices as It Plans Projects for […]

Energy News for October 10, 2018

The Hill: Oil industry, green groups join to oppose Trump’s ethanol plan The Wall Street Journal: Big Oil’s Bet on Natural Gas Is a Slow Burn The Wall Street Journal: The Hottest Oil Trade Is No Longer in Texas Platts: Shell CEO says more LNG projects needed to fill demand gap after 2020 Bloomberg: Big […]

Energy News for October 9, 2018

The New York Times: Foretelling the Future of Oil The New York Times: For BP’s Chief, Technology and the Environment Matter Most Financial Times: Baker Hughes to take 5% stake in Adnoc Drilling Financial Times: Eni to acquire half of BP’s Libya oil and gas license Reuters: China slashes U.S. LPG imports amid trade war […]

Energy News for October 8, 2018

The Associated Press: Oklahoma City power plant fuel tank fire burns out The New York Times: In a Prize for Big Oil Firms, Caspian Deal Eases Access The New York Times: Satellites Aid the Chase for Better Information on Oil Supplies Financial Times: Shell pension fund challenged to disclose response to climate risk Platts: US […]

Energy News for October 4, 2018

Houston Chronicle: Houston oil companies fight anti-fracking measure in Colorado Reuters: Global energy bosses send Trump a message: world needs Russian gas Bloomberg: Putin Tells Trump to Blame Guy in the Mirror for High Oil Prices The Wall Street Journal: Canada Won’t Appeal Pipeline Ruling Bloomberg: LNG and Trade Deals Are No Help to Stalled […]