America’s Gas Export Clout Is About to Grow

Article By: Bloomberg America is set to become an even bigger player in the global liquefied natural gas market after the nation’s top regulator approved two more projects to export the super-chilled fuel. Tellurian Inc.’s proposed $28 billion Driftwood terminal in Louisiana and Sempra Energy’s

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EIA revises up oil price forecasts for 2019

Article By: OGJ Due to a slightly tighter global oil market, the US Energy Information Administration, in its latest Short-Term Energy outlook, forecasts Brent spot prices to average $65/bbl in 2019, up $2/bbl from last month’s STEO forecast, and $62/bbl in 2020. These compare with an average

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The News Media is O-Crazy-O

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez routinely makes ridiculous statements about energy and climate change, but journalists from the mainstream news media can’t seem to come up with a substantive follow-up question. The media’s love affair with people like AOC, Al Gore, and Bernie Sanders is dangerous

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Economic prosperity or a clean environment? Why not both?

Article By: The News Harold In the recent midterms, voters across the country rejected ballot initiatives that would have imposed punishing restrictions on oil and natural gas producers. Washingtonians squashed a proposed carbon tax. Coloradans voted down a de facto ban on fracking throughout

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