10.22.18

In Win for Trump, Merkel Changes Course on U.S. Gas Imports

Chancellor calls her decision to open Germany up to U.S. liquefied natural gas a 'strategic' move

 

10.22.18

Study finds Proposition 112 passing could eliminate access to 58% of Colorado's subsurface minerals

Research by S&P Global Platts Analytics finds Proposition 112 would curtail gas production by 45% and oil production by 54% within five years. It would render 78% of Weld County, Colorado's surface land off-limits to new oil and gas development.

 

10.18.18

U.S. Sets New Record for Oil Production in September Meeting Virtually All Global Demand Growth

The United States has continued to lead the world in oil production growth this year...

 

10.15.18

Intense fight over Colorado oil and gas setbacks could end with national precedent

Opponents say increased setbacks would put tens of thousands of people out of work, plunge Colorado into a recession and jeopardize U.S. energy independence.

 

10.12.18

How The U.S. Could Transform Global Liquefied Natural Gas

By the end of next year, the U.S. will have tripled its LNG export capacity to ~10 Bcf/d, or some 25% of the current global market.

 

10.10.18

Oil industry, green groups join to oppose Trump's ethanol plan

Trump on Tuesday directed the EPA to craft a regulation that would allow for sales of E15 year-round. It's currently prohibited during the summer months due to air pollution concerns

 

10.09.18

Natural gas here to stay beyond energy transition, Big Oil says

Energy companies are betting demand for natural gas will rise at break-neck pace for decades, undermining warnings that tackling climate change would require a rapid switch to renewable energy.

 

10.01.18

API Applauds Trilateral Trade Agreement Between Canada, Mexico, And the United States

"Having Canada as a trading partner and a party to this agreement is critical for North American energy security and U.S. consumers..."

 

09.28.18

Lawmakers approve more money for Energy Department than Trump wanted - again

Earlier this month, Congress sent the White House a spending package that boosts funding for the Department of Energy by $974 million to a total of $35.5 billion.

 

09.27.18

Dear Mr. President: Protect Consumers From E15's Potential Harms

...recent reports [indicate] that the EPA is moving to facilitate the year-round sale of E15 gasoline, which studies have shown could put consumers at risk...