Texas Oil Companies Work To Adapt To Falling Oil Prices

Many believe blockchain will be part of the next major technology revolution

Energy Newsletter – July 2018

Fracking In California Under Spotlight As Some Local Municipalities Issue Bans

A recent trend in the upstream and midstream oil and gas industry is for midstream services providers to offer certain forms of additional compensation to oil and gas lessees

Fracking In California Under Spotlight As Some Local Municipalities Issue Bans

Oil & gas dealmaking continues to generate the bulk of sector activity; consolidation in the power sector was driven by unsettled market conditions.

Obama's New Proposed Regulations On Coal Energy Production Met With Ire Through Kentucky's Coal Country

There is a new face of private equity in the today’s mining M&A market.

One Year Anniversary Of BP Oil Spill Approaches

BP’s application to drill in the Great Australian Bight has been rejected after it fell short of environmental standards. [The Guardian] The sixty percent decline in oil prices in the past year has put a damper on energy sector mergers-and-acquisitions, except in a couple of cases within the sector. [Forbes] Energy Transfer Partners LP has… Keep reading →

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Companies partner to finance and install commercial solar energy systems for businesses, non-profits, and schools across the state Hopkinton, MA – October 14, 2015– Solect Energy, a leading commercial solar development and installation company in Massachusetts, and IGS Solar, an affiliate company of one of the largest independent energy suppliers in the United States, have… Keep reading →

Renewable Energy Update – July 2015 #4

Germany Debates Renewable Energy Investements

SunPower Corp., the second-biggest U.S. solar manufacturer, bought 1.5 gigawatts of projects under development in 11 U.S. states from the Australian developer Infigen Energy.

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Bar the Shell-BG merger in April 2015, the value of oil and gas mergers  in the second quarter of 2015 was the lowest since 2008. [EIA] Hawaii Governor David Ige has stated that he doesn’t support the sale of Hawaiian Electric to Florida-based NextEra Energy. [The Huffington Post] A strategy pushed by former Alaska Governor… Keep reading →

Fuel Shortage Eases A Bit In South China

Speculation is in the air, but it’s not on Wall Street or at some commodity trader’s desk at the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. It comes from China. Earlier this week, both foreign and domestic media reported that two of China’s national oil companies (NOCs), Sinopec and PetroChina, (the country’s two largest oil exploration companies) could merge.… Keep reading →

Climate Protection - Photo Illustrations

The tax credits – often referred to as subsidies – that help support US wind power development could be on the congressional chopping block. The US wind industry continually faced boom and bust cycles as the Production Tax Credit was renewed and allowed to expire several times in the past. A much hyped New York… Keep reading →

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