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The US oil industry shook up the world energy order, and now it’s shaking out

CNBC | Patti Domm | December 18, 2019 The U.S. oil industry shook up the world energy order in the last decade, and now it has been going through a shakeout of its own that is expected to end in more bankruptcies and mergers. In […]

Why do environmental Democrats ignore massive Chinese pollution?

The Hill | Madison Gesiotto | October 28, 2019 The Democratic Party seems to not really care about saving our planet. The presidential candidates continue to prove this by proposing energy policies that would devastate the American economy while ignoring the appalling impact of Chinese […]

Troubles lurk for America’s emerging offshore wind boom

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — In a few years’ time, offshore wind could power the slot machines at this beachside gambling town. Driving the news: As I reported for this week's "Axios on HBO," Danish company Ørsted, the world’s largest developer of this kind of energy, is […]

Erik Milito Named President of the National Ocean Industries Association

For Immediate Release: Friday, October 4, 2019 Contact:  Nicolette Nye, (202) 465-8463, nicolette@nullnoia.org Erik Milito Named President of the National Ocean Industries Association Washington, D.C.  – Veteran energy industry association executive Erik Milito has been named as the new president of the National Ocean Industries […]

Why It’s So Hard to Build Offshore Wind Power in the U.S.

Bloomberg | Jennifer A Dlouhy | October 1, 2019 For years, the mighty wind blowing off the Massachusetts coast has beckoned developers with visions of clean, emission-free electricity. The latest to be seduced, Vineyard Wind LLC, aims to install 84 Statute of Liberty-size turbines about 15 […]

Chevron announces new oil and gas emission reduction goals

Houston Chronicle | Jordan Blum | October 3, 2019 Chevron said Thursday it will adopt new goals to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions from its oil and gas production by 2023. The California-based energy major aims to cut its emissions from crude oil production by […]

Shell, EDP team up to pitch offshore wind farm to Connecticut

Houston Chronicle | L.M. Sixel | October 1, 2019 Mayflower Wind, a joint venture between Shell New Energies US and EDPR Offshore North America, announced Monday it submitted bids to state officials in Connecticut to develop and build an offshore wind farm about 20 miles […]

The U.S. Department Of Energy Says More Oil, More Natural Gas

Forbes | Jude Clemente | September 29, 2019 Numerous energy headlines from this past week alone caught my attention. They perfectly illustrate the massive scale of investment plans for oil and gas projects around the world. Here are just a few: "Japan to invest $10 billion in […]

Our Views: Continue exploration, exploitation of oil and gas resources offshore

The Advocate | Staff Editorial | September 26, 2019 Louisiana and the Gulf Coast are a major reason for an economic disaster that did not happen. Not too many years ago, the attack on Saudi Arabian refinery facilities might have been a cataclysm for the […]

What oil price shock? American worries turn to the environment

Axios | Amy Harder | September 23, 2019 NEW YORK — The United Nations climate-change summit kicks off here today, a week after oil prices jumped more than they ever have in history. The big picture: These two developments offer a window into how Americans […]
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