Dec 2018

APNewsBreak: US miscalculated benefit of better train brakes

Crude-by-rail exports rise to record 327,000 barrels per day, says NEB

Trump Wants To Ramp Up Coal. Spain Has Found A Way To Quit It.

Urgently needing friends: America’s most endangered public lands

U.S. DOE to ease LNG exports reporting requirements

Oil Cuts Could Make Rail Cars Worth Less Just as Alberta Buys Them

No Grain in the Rain as Vancouver Export Ships Unable to Load

Efficiencies, pipelines help propel Pa. gas production in 2018

CN Rail Sees Potential ’19 Freight High on Oil, Grain

When it comes to natural gas, US ‘open for business’

The Latest: US senator wants new look at oil trains rule

Texas Power Brokers: Oil exports are top of mind for Corpus Christi port CEO

Over 900 Public Comments Submitted in Opposition to Texas LNGExport Terminal

U.S. just became a net oil exporter for the first time in 75 years

Activists threaten to sue after decision on Rio Grande LNG case

Anti-LNG activists want feds to require companies to provide Spanish-language documents

Amid an export boom, the US is still importing natural gas

Corpus Christi LNG’s first shipment headed to new market in Europe

Cornyn, Turner unlikely allies in support of LNG project

Report sees massive increase in LNG demand

FERC releases environmental impact statement for Annova LNG

Final investment decisions expected on three U.S. LNG projects over next six months

Cheniere Energy seeks to commission second unit at Corpus Christi LNG

US fossil fuel exports spur growth, climate worries

Report: U.S. LNG export capacity to more than double by end of 2019