Tag: Howard Gruenspecht

Analyst: Permit denial’s impact ‘minimal’ if Keystone OK’d in 2013

The Obama administration’s denial of a permit wouldn’t have much impact on future U.S. crude imports from Canada if a new application can be approved by 2013, an energy analyst told Congress. But he added the permit’s denial nonetheless raises uncertainty about U.S. and Canadian supply growth.  More »

Report: Energy imports’ share of demand down almost half by 2035

Increases in domestic oil-and-gas production, efficiency and use of renewables will cut imports’ share of U.S. energy demand nearly in half by 2035, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said.  More »

EIA officials stand by natural gas predictions

The U.S. may have a 100-year supply of natural gas locked underground, but how much of it gets extracted hinges on what the federal government does to promote the fuel, energy experts told a Senate panel today. A top official at the government’s Energy Information Administration also defended his agency’s predictions about abundant domestic natural gas supply.  More »