Article By: Economics21 A week doesn’t pass without a mayor, governor, policymaker or pundit joining the rush to demand, or predict, an energy future that is entirely based on wind/solar and batteries, freed from the “burden” of the hydrocarbons that have fueled societies for centuries.
Article By: Washington Times Inventiveness plus boldness equals progress. Liberal “activists” who want to revolutionize the nation’s energy resources demonstrate political moxie, but if their campaign to substitute renewable sources for fossil fuels — oil and gas — succeeds it will take more
Article By: Washington Examiner The new buzzword in the energy industry is “geopolitics.” The role of America’s oil and natural gas companies has never been more consequential in shaping the global political order. If history is a good signpost, the change being driven by our
Air pollution could be on the decline in the Permian Basin – one of the most active oil and gas plays in the world situated in southeast New Mexico and West Texas. Methane is a primary component of the natural gas extracted in the Permian and is often released when the infrastructure is not
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
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
Article By: The Oklahoman A proposed law that could allow mineral rights owners to sue municipalities or other local jurisdictions because of overly restrictive oil and gas laws, rules or regulations survived a committee hearing Tuesday, barely. House Bill 2150, co-authored by Oklahoma Sen.
Article By: Daily Mail French farmers have claimed wind turbines and solar panels have killed hundreds of their cows. One farmer in Cotes-d’Armor, Brittany, has even filed a lawsuit against an unnamed company over the mysterious deaths. Farmers in the area started noticing their animals
Article By: KUNC A bill making its way through the state Legislature is challenging several long-standing practices within Colorado’s oil and gas industry, including “forced” or “statutory” pooling. That’s when companies can drill in a certain area without
Article By: Trib Live DENVER — Supporters of a plan to overhaul Colorado’s oil and gas regulations told lawmakers Tuesday that the measure is a flexible, common-sense approach to dealing with frequent conflicts over health and safety. Opponents said it goes too far and could lead to a virtual