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.

Contractor: Freeport LNG to break ground within weeks

Freeport LNG could break ground on its initial two liquefaction trains within a matter of weeks, a major contractor working on the project told investors Thursday.  More »

CB&I third quarter profits up 37.5 percent

CB&I, the engineering and construction firm focused on energy infrastructure, reported a 37.5 percent percent increase in third quarter earnings as it continued benefit from the development of major oil, gas and petrochemical projects in North America.  More »

Environmental group urges Texas regulators to tackle methane

The Environmental Defense Fund says some major oil companies are taking steps to reduce leaks of the greenhouse gas methane, the main component of natural gas, but that hundreds of smaller companies aren’t.  More »

Wireless Seismic facing patent infringement suit

The Sugar Land-based company with investment from energy giants Total and Chesapeake is facing a federal lawsuit alleging that it’s infringing on a rival firm’s patents.  More »

Weatherford posts $77 million in profits, could announce two divestitures this year

Oil field service company Weatherford International could announce at least two major divestiture before the end of the year, including one that may occur “imminently” and perhaps within the next week,.  More »

Shell makes deepwater gas discovery in Gabon

Royal Dutch Shell today announced a discover off the coast of Gabon but says it will need to conduct further analysis to determine just go much gas is present.  More »

Houston co. invents wireless device to map underground oil and gas

Wireless Seismic could be a game changer in the way companies obtain critical seismic data.  More »

Shell Midstream launches IPO

Royal Dutch Shell’s midstream partnership launched its initial public offering in New York Monday, the company announced Monday.  More »

Q&A: Small generators pose big challenge to utilities

“Distributed generation” — or power generators installed at or near the sites they serve — threaten to shake up the electricity sector as we know. Attorney Ram Sunkara discusses how the industry will have to adapt to the new technology.  More »

Lawyers to debate $590 million Houston transmission project

State regulators could decide as soon as next month whether a proposed $590 million transmission line to the Houston area will be allowed to move forward.  More »

Automakers, utilities studying how to manage electric vehicles

A consortium of eight major automakers is poised to test the first-ever technology that would allow electric cars to communicate with utility companies in an effort to better manage vehicles’ power consumption.  More »

Texas electricity complaints rising, study says

Texas residents’ complaints about their electricity service are on the rise for the first time in four years according to a newly unveiled analysis by the advocacy group Texas Coalition for Affordable Power.  More »
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