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09.05.17

Harvey Update: Supply, Demand and Gasoline Markets

Mega-weather events historically have impacted the regional/national oil supply chain and supply levels in the marketplace. Hurricane Harvey, and the uncertain path of Hurricane Irma, will drive continued conversation about storm effects on refineries and other energy infrastructure and the potential for market impacts around the country.

 

08.29.17

Focusing on Relief Efforts, Continued Safe Operations

The primary focus along the Texas Gulf Coast is on search and rescue efforts... Energy companies, which themselves have thousands of employees living in the area, are helping support organizations such as the Red Cross, the United Way of Houston and others that provide emergency services.

 

08.29.17

Energy companies make big contributions to Harvey disaster relief

Harvey is expected to leave behind billions of dollars in damages in its wake. Here's a look at what energy companies are doing to help.

 

08.29.17

New York: Energy is the Aces at The Open

The pro tennis U.S. Open getting under way this week in Queens, N.Y., is more than a sporting event. It's a living museum, too. The U.S. Open is lightning-fast asphalt courts, power tennis and epic, late-night matches that stretch to five sets. It's also energy - energy that makes tennis today a much improved game and spectator event.

 

08.29.17

East Coast May Face Fuel Shortages After Storm Disrupts Major Pipeline

Colonial, the biggest fuel pipeline in the U.S., says its system is starting to have problems in Texas

 

08.28.17

Harvey's Lessons for America's Stretched Energy Infrastructure

Hurricane's impact shows how dependent U.S. is on a small number of refineries and pipelines

 

08.25.17

Trump tightens Venezuela's access to U.S. financial system

President Trump signed an executive order on Aug. 25, to restrict Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's access to the U.S. economy. National security adviser H.R. McMaster said the action strongly punishes Maduro's "illegitimate dictatorship."

 

08.25.17

NY Part 1: NatGas Hits Political Wall in New York, As Industry Fights Losing Battle

The natural gas industry is losing in New York state, where a political wall has been erected to stop fossil fuel, which is not only costing producers opportunities to grow, but blocking nearby states from receiving vital supplies.

 

08.24.17

Is New York About To Face An Energy Crisis?

Amid the fracking boom that brought natural gas prices to historic lows and led to the transition of a lot of power generation capacity from coal to gas, New York and New England may face power shortages tantamount to an "energy crisis" due to state policies in recent years...

 

08.21.17

Four coastal state governors express support for more OCS leasing

Access to offshore energy resources will allow coastal states and communities to realize significant opportunities, Govs. Paul R. LePage (R-Me.), Phil Bryant (R-Miss.), Kay Ivey (R-Ala.), and Bill Walker (I-Alas.) said in their Aug. 17 letter to US Interior Sec. Ryan Zinke.