Currents Energy Industry Insights: January 2019

Congress Meets As Government Shutdown Looms

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Floats 70% Tax on Wealthy to Pay for ‘Green New Deal’

Renewable Energy Update: January 2019

California Power Grid Strained By Heat Wave

According to a new report from the U.S. EIA, new electric generating capacity this year will come primarily from wind, solar, and natural gas

California Adopts Sweeping Plan To Combat Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Before getting into a new report showing an uptick in energy-related carbon dioxide emissions last year, let’s make sure we keep an eye on the big picture as it concerns U.S. CO2. These points: U.S. CO2 emissions have fallen to their lowest level in a generation – even as global emissions have risen 50 percent since 1990. The… Keep reading →

Men working oil

Thinking about the year in energy in 2018, a couple of recent news items focus attention on the sea change for our country launched by the U.S. natural gas and oil revolution: Net Oil and Refined Product Exporter The U.S. became a net oil and petroleum products exporter for the first time in 75 years… Keep reading →

Fracking In California Under Spotlight As Some Local Municipalities Issue Bans

Bolstered by natural gas and innovation, the U.S. has proven that you can reduce emissions without sacrificing affordable energy. We have a road map to success, and we have forged a path for others to follow. As world leaders meet this week in search of a plan, we offer our experiences as a way for… Keep reading →

Renewable Energy Update: November 2018 #4

Obama To Deliver Major Climate Change Speech

A federal climate report has forecasted sweeping, climate-linked threats to many sectors of the U.S. economy

New Combined Electricity Project Connect Spain and France

The EIA has issued a report addressing water withdrawals by United States power plants

Renewable Energy Update: November 2018

The EPA Proposes Stricter Standards For Smog Limit

According to new findings from the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), U.S. electric power sector carbon dioxide emissions have declined 28 percent since 2005

U.S. Trade Deficit Reaches All-Time High

In API’s latest Industry Outlook and Monthly Statistical Report, we have shifted from recognizing risks on the horizon to having a line of sight on some of them.  The effects of trade disputes in particular have become tangible. Most notably, at the same time as the U.S. celebrated another new record for crude oil production of 10.8 million… Keep reading →

Battle Looms For Coastal Wetland In Southern California

The massive Pacific Rim region is home to the world’s largest economies and some of its biggest exporters and importers of oil and gas

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