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06.18.18

INGAA Foundation study projects robust US need for gas pipelines

The US and Canada will need to invest a combined $791 billion, in real 2016 dollars, or an average $44 billion/year, for new natural gas, crude oil, and natural gas pipeline transportation systems from 2018 through 2035, the INGAA Foundation Inc. predicted in a new report.

 

06.17.18

What If India And China Used Natural Gas And Oil Like The U.S.?

Global energy consumption has essentially just begun: around 85% of the global population - 6 in every 7 humans - still lives in developing nations.

 

06.15.18

U.S. Tight Oil E&Ps, OPEC Struggling for Supremacy, Says BP

The impact of the production cuts by OPEC and its allies would have been even bigger if not for the gains in U.S. tight oil and natural gas liquids, which have grown by almost 2 million b/d since October 2016...

 

06.14.18

Why the U.S. Must Import and Export Oil

Given our country's much improved energy outlook, some may question why we're still importing crude oil and refined products.

 

06.08.18

Renewable fuels mandate: Still broken, still in need of action

As Americans hit the road this summer and gas prices are in the news, the Trump administration continues to seek a solution to what's proven to be a thorny issue - the Renewable Fuels mandate (RFS). Now more than a decade old, this is the law that forces more and more ethanol into our fuel supply.

 

06.08.18

New Pennsylvania gas permits include methane recovery requirement

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf (D) and Department of Environmental Protection Sec. Patrick McDonnell jointly announced new general permits for unconventional natural gas wells and compression, processing, and transmission facilities that they said will reduce air pollution and establish a methane emissions control threshold.

 

06.06.18

Retaliatory tariffs creating disruption, uncertainty in US oil market?

American Petroleum Institute CEO Jack Gerard video interview on the impact of increasing tariff tensions on the U.S. energy industry. Description: American Petroleum Institute CEO Jack Gerard video interview on the impact of increasing tariff tensions on the U.S. energy industry. Interview on Fox Business.

 

06.06.18

New Poll: Pennsylvanians Oppose Bailouts That Will Increase Electricity Bills

Results show 73% of people polled prefer competitive market over government interference.

 

06.04.18

Energy Chief Defends Trump Directive on Coal, Nuclear Plants

Energy Secretary Rick Perry on Monday defended President Donald Trump's call to bolster struggling coal-fired and nuclear power plants, saying a rash of plant retirements is "alarming" and poses a looming crisis for the nation's power grid.

 

06.02.18

Broad Energy Coalition Condemns Action to Subsidize Failing Coal, Nuclear Plants

A diverse group of energy industry associations issued the following statement condemning the Administration's draft plan to bail out coal and nuclear plants across the country.