What’s The Buzz?
What’s the right way to think about the long-term price of oil? This question consumes the industry — and markets — no matter what prices are on any given day.
Imagine you’re leaving Washington, D.C., for a weekend getaway on May 30. You pull into a Sheetz station and notice there’s a new fuel option. It’s 88-octane, 10 cents cheaper, and the fuel label tells you it’s E15 (15 percent ethanol) and suitable for use in all vehicles made in 2001 or later.
Jennifer Merritt’s first graders at Jefferson elementary school in Pryor, Oklahoma, were in for a treat. Sitting cross-legged on the floor, the students gathered for story time with two special guests, Republican lawmakers Tom Gann and Marty Quinn.
A judge’s ruling that might open the door for at least a temporary shutdown of the disputed Dakota Access pipeline surprised the industry that hailed the project as a “game changer” for North Dakota oil.
During the first four months of 2017, the U.S. exported three times more crude oil to international counterparties than during the same timeframe in 2016. Including shipments to Canada, exports of crude oil exceeded 1.0 million barrels per day (bpd) in both February and April.
Ah, Texas, the state that was formerly a nation and continues to do things slightly differently. Its politics is bare-knuckle, its hats are big, and so are its ranches. It also generates more renewable wind energy than any other state in the union. Its auto-dealer lobbyists, however, are equally large and powerful.
Students who breathed in toxic diesel fumes on the way to school struggled to perform as well as normal, scientists found.
Tesla wants its massive Supercharger network to run on solar power or batteries in order to disconnect from the electric grid, which is still largely powered by natural gas and coal.
Moored off the port of Rotterdam, Netherlands, Pioneering Spirit looms so large that it is difficult to recognize as a ship.
Now that the Trump administration has withdrawn from the Paris climate deal, we’re starting to see concretely what that means on the world stage.