• Blog
    September 13, 2018

    Florence's Impact on Energy: Daily Update

    Wednesday ​ Energy Capacity According to DOE , all ports have reopened but coastal areas impacted by Florence in North and South Carolina are experiencing outages at retail fuel stations due to power outages and conditions preventing resupply from terminals. There are no refineries in the immediate
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    September 5, 2018

    Gordon's Impact on Energy: Daily Update

    Over the past 24 hours, one of the first significant storms of the 2018 hurricane season is threatening the eastern shores of the Gulf Coast. Hurricane Gordon made landfall just below hurricane strength late Tuesday night near the Alabama/Mississippi border, about 30 miles east of Biloxi,
  • Blog
    August 9, 2018

    More Good News: Lower Prices = Lower Energy Expenditures

    The good news just keeps coming from the Energy Information Administration (EIA), the analytical and data arm of the Department of Energy. Last week we told you about how America’s oil and natural gas producers are getting more out of each new well they drill . This week EIA is reporting that in
  • Blog
    July 25, 2018

    It's getting better all the time

    That’s the conclusion of the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) July 2018 report on drilling productivity. The report looks at the change in the total number of drilling rigs in operation along with estimates of drilling productivity and estimated changes in output from existing oil and
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    July 17, 2018

    Six Ways the Administration’s Trade War Hurts U.S. Energy

    By Ian DeValliere Trade works. Tariffs don’t. The tariffs that the Trump Administration has put into place have thrown a wrench in the gears of America’s thriving economy. Not only do they function as a direct tax on American consumers, but unsurprisingly they have been met with retaliatory measures
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    July 2, 2018

    Star Spangled Energy

    By Ian DeValliere This Independence Day, consumers around the country have more of their paychecks available for summer fun thanks to America’s energy revolution . Just 10 years ago, Americans weren’t feeling quite so “independent” on Independence Day. The U.S. was importing more than two-thirds of
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    June 27, 2018

    Oh, The Places U.S. LNG Will Go!

    As the energy leaders from across the globe converge on Washington, DC this week for the World Gas Conference , it is fitting that we recognize the extraordinary growth of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry in the United States over the past year. Just this year, the Cove Point LNG export