Rapidly developing oil and gas production in North Dakota, Texas and other states is outpacing the construction of new pipelines and other infrastructure to carry those fuels to market, energy experts and former government officials warned Thursday.
AAA offered good news and bad news for motorists in a new fuel price forecast released Thursday. The bad: drivers will likely start paying more for gasoline soon, as refiners prepare for annual spring maintenance. The good: gas prices will probably be slightly lower this year than they were in 2013.
During a visit to San Antonio Thursday, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said President Barack Obama’s push for use of all energy sources — his “all of the above” energy policy — is the best solution to meet the nation’s power needs.
Texas has the needed generation to keep its grid reliable for years, despite efforts to revamp the state’s power market, a chief regulator said in a Wednesday memo to leaders of the Public Utility Commission.
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