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.

Energy Transfer Partners completes $1.8 billion Susser deal

Dallas-based pipeline company Energy Transfer Partners completed a deal to acquire Corpus Christi’s Susser Holdings Corp. in a transaction that will ultimately bring the Stripes and Sunoco convenience stores under the same umbrella, the companies announced Friday.  More »

Calpine to sell Florida facility to Duke Energy

Calpine Corp. has agreed to sell a Florida power plant to Duke Energy, but the companies have not yet finalized the terms of the deal, a Calpine spokesman said.  More »

Policy uncertainty could undermine future of renewables, agency says

Power generation from renewable resources like wind, solar and hydroelectricity could slow unless policymakers offer more clarity about future markets, according to a report.  More »

Forecast: cheapest Labor Day gasoline since 2010

Drivers hitting the roads during the upcoming holiday weekend will likely encounter good news: the cheapest Labor Day weekend gasoline prices since 2010.  More »

Texas schools get $3.75 million to commercialize their research

A $3.75 million National Science Foundation grant will help researchers at Rice, Texas A&M and the University of Texas investigate commercial applications for their work.  More »

Calpine buys Massachusetts power plant for $530 million

Calpine Corp. announced today that it purchase a power plant near Boston from Exelon Corp. for $530 million in a deal that Calpine officials say will help the company expand its footprint in a key region.  More »

Industry looks to develop better methane monitors

A partnership between the energy industry and an environmental group is developing technology that could help reduce the prevalence of harmful methane emissions.  More »

Saudi Aramco invests $30 million in methane-to-gasoline startup

Siluria Technologies has received $100 million investment in its effort to develop a more efficient process for making gasoline from methane–the main component of natural gas, which is so plentiful in the United States now that some is burned off in flares because it isn’t marketable.  More »

Houston’s NRP buys construction materials business for $205 million

Natural Resource Partners LP, a Houston-based master limited partnership that buys and manages mineral reserves, will acquire Philadelphia-based VantaCore Partners LP for $205 million, it announced Tuesday.  More »

Apache announces new offshore Australia discovery

HOUSTON — Houston-based Apache Corp. announced Monday that it made its first offshore oil discovery in Australia’s Canning Basin, located off the west coast of the country. Officials with the company say their measurements indicate that, optimistically, there could be as much as 300 million barrels of oil in place at the basin. The company […]  More »

Deals bring in $2.1 billion, additional acreage to Shell Oil Co.

Shell Oil Co. today announced a pair of deals Thursday morning in which it will give up onshore gas operations in Wyoming’s Pinedale and Louisiana’s Haynesville fields in exchange for $2.1 billion and additional acreage in Pennsylvania.  More »

NRG deal gives it a new place in the sun

NRG says its acquisition of a company that makes solar-powered gadgets will help it provide electricity to customers when they’re off the grid.  More »
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