8/21/2018 | OilPrice.com— The Texas Gulf Coast oil terminals sent abroad more crude than they received in April, the Energy Information Administration said this week.
8/13/2018 | The Washington Post— Russel Lagdon vividly remembers the day he inspected the Australian prime minister’s shoes. As the senior environmental manager at Chevron, Lagdon is one of the staff responsible for overseeing the company’s conservation work in Australia.
8/9/2018 | Dallas Morning News— Texas is producing more oil than ever this year, and experts think the volume will grow so much over the next few years, we will soon surpass the production of several OPEC countries.
8/8/2018 | Energy In Depth— A new Consumer Energy Alliance (CEA) report highlights how domestic shale development saved Ohio consumers more than $40 billion from 2006 to 2016 by driving down natural gas prices.
8/6/2018 | Energy Institute at Haas— A few weeks ago, when California happily announced that it had met its 2020 goals for GHG reductions four years ahead of schedule, there was a disappointing part of the story that didn’t get much attention: transportation emissions. While California has made significant strides in renewable electricity generation and building energy efficiency, emissions from cars, trucks, and airplanes have been rising by about 1.5% per year since 2012.
8/3/2018 | Institute for Energy Research— Data from the 2018 BP Statistical Review of World Energy show that last year the U.S. maintained a healthy lead as the global natural gas powerhouse. In 2017, the U.S. produced an average of 71.1 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) of natural gas.
7/29/2018 | CNBC— By all accounts, the United States is in the midst of truly spectacular progress in the vital realm of energy.
7/26/2018 | Wall Street Journal— For years, big oil companies’ strategy was rooted in tapping as much oil as possible with bigger, deeper, more complex wells. But, driven by a deep slump in oil prices four years ago, an increasingly cost-conscious industry has been experimenting with new digital technologies to open up resources long thought too small or too remote to bother with.