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08.09.18

EU urges US to cut red tape on liquefied natural gas exports

Amid a trade dispute over tariffs, President Donald Trump and Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker agreed last month to start talks intended to achieve "zero tariffs" and "zero subsidies" on non-automotive industrial goods.

 

08.09.18

Europe shows it's getting serious about buying U.S. LNG

European nations are far behind Mexico and China when it comes to receiving liquefied natural gas from the U.S., but the region is making its biggest effort to date to change that.

 

07.30.18

US Congressmen offer bill to reduce LNG permit backlog at FERC

[FERC] has a vital job for both ensuring environmental safety and advancing America's energy dominance as we continue to see new expansion from the shale boom. It needs qualified engineers and lawyers...

 

07.29.18

True energy independence is finally within our grasp

By Energy Secretary Rick Perry: the U.S. is producing more energy due to innovation, deregulation and pro-growth policies.... Nowhere is this stunning turnaround more dramatic than with natural gas...

 

07.22.18

How an oil glut could swiftly turn to an oil shortage

Of particular concern is a shortage of global spare oil capacity, Webster said. Many oil-producing countries are on the decline...

 

07.20.18

A coal, nuclear power bailout may cost more than $34 billion, study says

A Trump administration plan to bail out otherwise uneconomical coal-fired and nuclear power plants potentially could cost consumers more than $34 billion over a 2-year period, a study commissioned by the Natural Gas Supply Association, American Petroleum Institute, and four other national energy associations concluded.

 

07.20.18

Think: U.S. Oil, Increased Access to Boost Global Supply

Big news in the latest API Monthly Statistical Report: U.S. crude oil production rose to an all-time record of 10.7 million barrels per day (mbd) in June - the largest monthly output, ever.

 

07.20.18

DEP's overdue Marcellus Shale air study finds few health risks

A much-delayed state air monitoring study meant to gauge the long-term health risks of living near Marcellus Shale operations found limited impacts to the air quality...

 

07.18.18

Oil industry, ethanol witnesses cite different grievances with RFS

Witnesses from the American Petroleum Institute and the Renewable Fuels Association appeared equally dissatisfied with the US Environmental Protection Agency's recently proposed 2019 biofuel quotas under the Renewable Fuel Standard at a public hearing in Ypsilanti, Mich.

 

07.17.18

Chevron, Pro Football Alumni benefit boosts Special Olympics

A huge thank you is extended to Chevron and the Pro Football Alumni for making Special Olympics Pennsylvania the beneficiary of its Charity Golf Outing again this year which raised a record $150,000 to support our mission.