While companies are finally seeing black in the financial reports again, oil and gas jobs are still lagging, a Conference Board of Canada study revealed.
Kinder Morgan’s suspension of expansion has become a proxy for Canada’s openness to foreign investment.
The recent tax policy announcement rattled MLP unit prices and FERC’s reasoning displeased pipeline groups, among others.
In a discussion largely focused on trade, Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski said the tariffs are “not coming at a good time for” U.S. energy and could raise the price of a planned 800-mile pipeline by $500 million.
The U.S. Energy Secretary touted ‘an incredible energy revolution that is driven by a cascade of technology innovation’ during his keynote address at CERAWeek by IHS Markit.
The Trump administration has created a whirlwind of regulatory change in in the nation’s capital. GPA Midstream’s Matthew Hite offers up this view from the front lines.
President Trump picked former Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to lead the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) as its administrator in February of last year.
The EPA’s chief is expected to follow the president’s view to protect jobs when emissions standards appear to hinder the oil and gas, and auto industries.
New England’s overall reception to fossil fuels has defrosted a bit, presenting an opportunity for more Marcellus-Utica gas to move there.