||Trains Leave Oil Pipeline in Lurch
(Friday, May 24, 2013) A $2 billion pipeline project intended to ship oil from West Texas's booming oil fields to California has failed to pique the interest of several big refiners in the Golden State. The culprit: the growing popularity of railroads.
||Here Come The Millennials: Good For Energy Demand?
(Friday, May 24, 2013) Millennials, the largest population segment the U.S. has ever seen, could surprise America and the world with their economic might and spending power.
||Quebec to Hold Own Hearings on Enbridge Pipeline Plan
(Friday, May 24, 2013) The Quebec government has announced plans to hold its own hearings on Enbridge Inc.'s proposed pipeline project to bring western oil to Montreal, a move that could raise roadblocks to Alberta's efforts to access new markets.
||Trudeau: West-East Pipeline Must Address Environmental Concerns
(Friday, May 24, 2013) Liberal Party of Canada Leader Justin Trudeau says a proposed west-east pipeline project will not go forward unless it addresses key environmental concerns.
||Pipeline Poker; Kenya, South Sudan and Uganda
(Saturday, May 25, 2013) East Africa is in danger of throwing away part of its new-found oil wealth.
||CRRM Disputes EPA's Characterization of Settlement
(Friday, May 24, 2013) Coffeyville Resources Refining & Marketing, LLC (CRRM) does not agree with the characterization of either the company or the settlement it reached with EPA, which was announced in a recent EPA Region 7 press release.
||Pipeline Politics; Is Putin Running Out of Gas?
(Monday, May 27, 2013) The Cold War is now so over that it might as well be grouped with the ancient ice ages, but there is one echo rolling across Europe from East to West: the Russian attempt to dominate the natural gas market on the European continent. As the energy sec
||Exxon, InterOil in Talks Over Papua New Guinea Gas Assets
(Friday, May 24, 2013) Exxon Mobil is in exclusive talks with InterOil to invest in the latter's natural gas assets in Papua New Guinea, a move that could cement the impoverished Southeast Asian country's position as a new significant energy exporter.
||An Asia Perspective on US Shale Gas and Petrochemicals
(Friday, May 24, 2013) Industry leaders at the recent Asia Petrochemical Conference (APIC) offered a broader-than-usual perspective on U.S. shale gas and its global impact. Some even downplayed its significance.
||Sembcorp Postpones 2nd Cogen Plant
(Friday, May 24, 2013) SEMBCORP is holding off building an earlier-planned, second 400 MW cogeneration plant expansion on Jurong Island, given the looming overcapacity in power generation here.