October 2019 – National News

Trump’s Pipeline Plan Backfires

Harrop: The only thing over for coal country is coal

Talk of a frac ban has one driller tapping federal lands in advance

Greens are the only federal party to firmly oppose major natural gas project in Saguenay

Canadian Oil Companies Can Boost Production… On One Condition

At Philadelphia refinery, neighbors watch warily as PES oil trains make last rounds

Annova LNG pledges 1,400 acres of land for ocelot conservation

Colorado tightens drilling restrictions near homes

Elizabeth Warren’s shale shutdown proposal adds risk for operators, investors

New Alaska venture plans to ship LNG to Asia through Arctic

Crude inventories take a surprising dip as oil exports spike

Cameron LNG celebrates nearing completion of export facility

Judge blocks Trump from easing energy rules in the US West

Op-ed: Natural gas vs. renewable energy — beware the latest gas industry talking points

The U.S. Sets Its Sights On LNG Domination

U.S. crude exports drying up as tanker rates skyrocket

Noia fall seminar points to bright future for Canadian offshore exploration

Greens are the only federal party to firmly oppose major natural gas project in Saguenay

State Of Emergency: Vital Oil Pipeline Shuttered By Snow Storms

Colorado agency opposes potential train route from Utah

Big U.S. Liquefied Natgas Players Move Fast; Smaller Ones Try to Keep Up

Rick Perry Praises The Benefits Of U.S. LNG

At Philadelphia refinery, neighbors watch warily as PES oil trains make last rounds

New federal pipeline safety rules draw praise from industry, scorn from critics

New Jersey DEP rejects PennEast’s permit application, setting back the project again

Port of Beamont reports record revenues, tonnage

Carlyle Group pulls out of South Texas oil terminal project

A fortune lies in Canada’s oil sands. Many voters want to leave it there.

Kinder Morgan begins construction on controversial Hill Country pipeline

Kinder Morgan starts up Elba Island LNG export facility

Trump taps Perry deputy to replace him at Energy Department