Energy Trends To Watch In 2019

New Combined Electricity Project Connect Spain and France

The New Year has officially arrived, bringing with it exciting goals and predictions for the clean energy industry around the world

Oil Prices Fall To Lowest Level In Four Months

In the last month, crude oil prices have retreated from four-high highs amid concerns of rising oil production worldwide and weakening demand from developing countries despite the U.S. re-imposing sanctions on Iran

Manufacturing To Be A Key Election Issue

Recent headlines on natural gas prices may leave Americans feeling whipsawed by marketplace fluctuations (see here and here). So, let’s look at what’s been going on with natural gas this year. But first, four points to keep in mind: Affordable natural gas has saved the average household more than $100 per year in recent years. Most consumers… Keep reading →

Fracking In California Under Spotlight As Some Local Municipalities Issue Bans

IHS Markit says U.S. natural gas production is expected to rise by 60 percent over the next 20 years

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.

Oil Prices Fall To Lowest Level In Four Months

For the first time during my holiday baking, I added gingerbread men to the baking list.

Oil Prices Reflecting Cold Feet?

Markets React To The Federal Reserve Announcement

Just recently, oil prices hit a two-year high – but now, this week they have started to head lower.

Pumpkin Patches And Prices

Farmland Tapped For Oil In The Midwest

This weekend, I did the quintessential fall activity – visited the pumpkin patch at our local Anderson Farms!

Kuwait Promises To Increase Oil Production In Case  Of War

In 2015 nearly 77% of the most prolific U.S. oil wells, or those producing more than 400 barrels of oil equivalent (BOE) per day, were horizontally drilled wells.

The Shard, Europe's Largest Building Is Unveiled After Completion Of Its Exterior

Some of the world’s largest companies — and brands — announced their commitment on Tuesday to cutting carbon emissions and participating in practices that would support sustainable energy. [The NY Times] Asian stock markets were uneven Wednesday as commodity prices languished in a sign of uncertainty about world growth prospects. [U.S. News/AP] In the north… Keep reading →

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