Ryan Holeywell

Ryan Holeywell

Ryan Holeywell covers energy for the Houston Chronicle. He previously wrote about transportation and municipal finance for Governing magazine, which is read by state and local government officials nationwide. Holeywell’s previous work has been published by the Washington Post and USA Today, and he has appeared on CNN and public radio to discuss his articles. Holeywell, a Houston native, graduated from George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

NRG says it will cut carbon emissions 50 percent by 2030

Officials at NRG Energy Inc. say the power company will reduce its carbon emissions by 50 percent of current levels by 2030.  More »

Apache to cut North American spending

Apache will cut its North American spending from $5.4 billion to $4 billion, the company told analysts at a presentation in New York, but it said it will be able to spend that money more efficiently.  More »

Halliburton merger means uncertain future for Baker Hughes fracking disclosures

Baker Hughes disclosure forms to FracFocus no longer include “trade secret” designations, but whether that will continue under Halliburton remains to be seen.  More »

Apache sells assets in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana for $1.4 billion

Apache Corp. has agreed to sell assets in Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana in two deals worth $1.4 billion, the exploration and production company announced Thursday morning ahead of a presentation to analysts.  More »

Study: Houston economy can withstand low oil prices

The Texas and Houston economies can both handle significant declines in crude oil prices, according to a new report from financial services firm BBVA Compass.  More »

Five things to know about the U.S. energy landscape

Adam Sieminski, head of the U.S. Energy Information Administration, spoke at 2014 Deloitte Energy Conference in Houston about long-term trends facing the energy sector. Here are five takeaways from his presentation.  More »

Executives mum about what the Halliburton-Baker Hughes deal means for jobs

Officials at Halliburton and Baker Hughes have remained tight-lipped about what today’s transaction means for jobs at the two oilfield services companies.  More »

Public Utility Commission ruling allows transmission line to move forward

Houston-based CenterPoint Energy had argued the 130-mile line was critical to ensuring the long-term access to reliable electricity in the Houston region.  More »

One Halliburton worker dead, two injured in Colorado accident

Halliburton Co. confirmed that one worker died and two were injured during an accident in Colorado Thursday.  More »

Veteran lobbyist to lead to lead new NRG Home business

NRG Energy has tapped veteran Washington lobbyist Steve McBee to lead its newly-created NRG Home division.  More »

KiOR files for bankruptcy, but not Mississippi unit

Kior, Inc., the Houston-area biofuels maker that hoped to tap new technology to produce clean energy, filed for bankruptcy Sunday.  More »

Q&A: Mexican energy reform is defining moment for translators

The reforms in Mexico’s energy sector, notably opening its state monopoly to private investors, will create new demand for translation services.  More »

Shell says lower oil prices could affect pace in Permian

European oil giant Royal Dutch Shell saw its profits slide 4.6 percent in the third quarter as it began to feel the dip in crude oil prices.  More »

Hess officials coy about what falling crude prices means for spending

On a week in which many executives have tried to downplay concerns about declining crude oil prices, the message provided one of the clearest pictures yet of how, exactly, the latest slide would affect earnings.  More »

Hess profits increase 140 percent amid asset sale

Hess Corp.’s third quarter profits increased 140 percent to $1 billion, the New York-based exploration and production company announced, as the company enjoyed the proceeds of a massive asset sale.  More »
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