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.

Murkowski pushes to lift oil export ban as part of Iran nuclear bill

Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, is pushing a plan to lift the crude export ban in her latest bid to tie the oil export debate to the Iran nuclear deal.  More »

CERAWeek: World leaders at Paris climate talks won’t make same mistakes as 2009, experts say

“There was a perception of failure” in Copenhagen, Todd Stern told IHS Energy CERAWeek. “People don’t want to go back there again.  More »

CERAWeek: Clean power plant rule offers significant pain with ‘negligible environmental benefit,’ coal producer says

Coal-fired power plants wouldn’t be the only beneficiary of carbon capture and storage technology, Peabody Energy CEO Greg Boyce said, stressing that in a carbon-constrained world, natural gas plants will need the tech too.  More »

CERAWeek: Energy chief sees no ‘compelling’ case for oil exports yet

The oil industry hasn’t made “an overly compelling argument” for crude exports, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said Thursday.  More »

CERAWeek: Ernest Moniz envisions more energy-swapping between North American powers

Broadening the transfer of energy and power resources across North American borders could yield big benefits for the United States, Canada and Mexico.  More »

CERAWeek Q&A: Siemens CEO will focus on integrating acquisitions amid downturn

Siemens AG CEO Joe Kaeser talked with FuelFix ahead of his CERAWeek presentation Wednesday about his continued faith in the oil and gas business and global crude demand.  More »

CERAWeek: To grow production tomorrow, focus on diversifying today

Oil producers focusing on dense U.S. rock formations must diversify their portfolios for long-term growth, but that’s a big challenge amid low crude prices.  More »

CERAWeek: In low-carbon, low-price world, oil industry must collaborate and cut costs, Statoil CEO says

The fall in crude prices requires the industry to “do more than just hit the brakes,” Statoil CEO Eldar Saetre said.  More »

CERAWeek: Arctic energy should include renewables, foreign leader says

Arctic oil gets plenty of talk, but Arctic wind also offers big potential, Iceland’s president says.  More »

CERAWeek: Total CEO not eyeing U.S. unconventionals

The factory drilling that marks unconventional oil and gas development requires a totally different business model and skill set than traditional plays, Total’s CEO said.  More »

CERAWeek: Low prices slow, but won’t end, Canadian oil sands development

Expansions will keep moving ahead in Alberta, even though new greenfield projects are being halted amid low crude prices.  More »

CERAWeek: Interior Secretary Jewell aims to reassure wary oil executives

Interior Secretary Sally Jewell will go before a crowd of wary energy industry executives Monday to make the case that federal regulations are essential to reassure a worried public.  More »

Ryan Lance at CERAWeek: Production cuts now could lead to big price swings later

Oil prices may rebound, but volatility is here to stay, ConocoPhillips CEO Ryan Lance predicted Monday.  More »

CERAWeek: U.S. crude export ban is a sanction against ourselves, Murkowski says

“We shouldn’t lift sanctions on Iranian oil while we are keeping sanctions on American oil,” Sen. Lisa Murkowski told energy executives at IHS Energy CERAWeek. “It makes no sense.”  More »

Activists in kayaks on horizon as Shell’s Arctic rig arrives at Washington port

Activists opposed to Arctic drilling are preparing to greet the rig when it makes it to Emerald City, with some threatening a flotilla of kayaks to box the ship in.  More »
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