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Are electric companies posting misleading rates on the state’s electricity buying website?
The energy sector won’t repeat last year’s mistake of rapidly boosting production the next time the price of oil hits $60 a barrel, said the chairman and CEO of EOG Resources.
In a surprising moves to legal experts, the Supreme Court today in a 5-4 ruling stayed the implementation of the EPA’s Clean Power Plan (CPP) supporting greenhouse gas reductions at fossil fuel fired power plants. The move was surprising because the Supreme Court rarely involves itself in the determination of whether or not a temporary […]
One hundred and twenty-one years after W.G. Morgan invented volleyball, and from a rally that started with a spike overnight, we are now seeing some digging instead. For once, the IEA has managed to land the first punch, putting out its monthly oil market report before the EIA report (the short term energy outlook is […]
Losses in the oil patch deepened in the second half of 2015 and into 2016 along with plummeting prices of crude.
The use of LNG and compressed natural gas — another new CNG fueling station opened Thursday in Houston — in commercial vehicles has rapidly expanded because of the nation’s cheap and bountiful supply of natural gas.
Despite the Lone Star State’s vast number of wind farms already in operation, Texas now counts more than half of the entire nation’s wind growth currently under construction.
Most business owners that the Fed surveyed indicated they were becoming increasingly pesmistic about the Texas economy in the face of falling oil prices.
Despite the massive cutbacks, Texas in 2015 likely broke the state’s 43-year-old record for crude oil production.
The position is a new one Paul Hastings, he said, which already has a robust oil and gas practice.