Energy News for December 14, 2018

  • by BPC Staff
  • on 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 Street Journal: The Linde-Praxair Merger Explained
The New York Times: As More Cars Plug In, Utilities and Makers Juggle Ways to Power Them
Financial Times: Scooter start-ups Lime and Bird fly south for the winter
The Boston Globe: First major offshore wind project in jeopardy of being blocked
Bloomberg: Tesla Workers Start a Drive to Unionize Solar-Panel Factory
Scientific American: Experts Aren’t Taking a Shine to California’s Rooftop Solar Rule
Platts: Judge approves Murray Energy contract settlement with FirstEnergy Solutions, FirstEnergy Generation
Casper Star Tribune: Westmoreland Coal exec resigns after receiving hefty bonuses in lead-up to bankruptcy
Utility Dive: Nearly all Georgia coal plants report groundwater pollution near ash ponds
The Nevada Independent: Pro-Yucca lawmakers push for funding in year-end spending package
Platts: Uranium production, exploration decline as price has fallen: IAEA
Bloomberg: U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions Rising Again, Defying Trump’s Boasts
Reuters: More Americans view climate change as ‘imminent’ threat: Reuters/Ipsos Poll
The Associated Press: Texas report says ‘changing climate’ intensifying disasters
The New York Times: The Paris Accord Promised a Climate Solution. Here’s Where We Are Now.

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