Jennifer A. Dlouhy

Jennifer A. Dlouhy

Jennifer A. Dlouhy covers energy policy, politics and other issues for The Houston Chronicle and other Hearst Newspapers from Washington, D.C. Previously, she reported on legal affairs for Congressional Quarterly. She also has worked at The Beaumont Enterprise, The San Antonio Express-News and other newspapers. Jennifer enjoys cooking, gardening and hiking. She lives in Washington, D.C., with her husband and toddler son.

Keystone marks sixth anniversary with pipeline props

Shovels, anniversary cards and tours are all designed to highlight the six years since TransCanada Corp. first asked the U.S. government for permission to build the Keystone XL pipeline.  More »

House tackling Keystone XL & gas exports in pre-election debate

Although gasoline prices have tumbled to four-year lows, that isn’t stopping lawmakers on Capitol Hill from exploiting concerns about high energy costs ahead of the mid-term elections.  More »

Gas price fears factor into oil export debate

A new survey ordered up by refiners fighting to preserve the oil export ban suggests voters are wary of selling crude overseas while the United States still relies on foreign supplies and as gasoline prices hang in the balance.  More »

Cameron LNG export terminal can break ground

The Energy Department on Wednesday handed critical final government licenses to the Cameron LNG project in southwestern Louisiana and a much smaller Florida facility, giving both approval to widely export natural gas around the globe. The two projects now are part of an elite club, joining only one other would-be LNG exporter in the continental United States to be fully authorized.  More »

Former Obama aide makes case for oil exports

Former White House economic adviser Larry Summers on Tuesday insisted that the U.S. should lift its decades-old ban on exporting crude, arguing that the policy is a relic of the1970s that is holding back the United States’ potential.  More »

Long supply chain keeps oil industry pumping

America’s energy renaissance isn’t brought to you by Big Oil. That’s the message the American Petroleum Institute is delivering with a new report that shines a spotlight on the nearly 30,000 businesses that supply the oil and gas industry with equipment and services.  More »

Refiners & producers battling over exports

The battle between oil producers and refiners over exporting U.S. crude is heating up in Washington.  More »

Ending oil export ban drawing more talk on Capitol Hill

The head of a Republican energy task force predicts the U.S. House of Representatives will advance legislation next year to relax a decades-old ban on exporting most U.S. crude.  More »

BP exec critiques oil spill reporting

On the eve of a federal judge ruling that the 2010 Deepwater Horizon disaster resulted from gross negligence on the part of BP, a company executive was rapping hundreds of environmental reporters for not describing the “full picture” about the oil spill.  More »

Refiners lobby Obama administration against condensate exports

Four refiners are lobbying the Obama administration to overturn recent rulings that allowed companies to export an ultra-light oil known as condensate once it has been minimally processed.  More »

EPA looking at new mandates on methane

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy signaled that the agency may turn to voluntary programs and regulatory mandates in its bid to clamp down on methane emissions tied to oil and gas drilling.  More »

Barton: Time to lift crude export ban

Rep. Joe Barton is now convinced: U.S. oil producers should be able to freely sell their crude overseas.  More »
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