All eyes are on the federal government as the midterm elections close in. Pennsylvania’s senate race is among the most vital to energy and this expert discusses the potential impact of the results of this election as well efforts from the White House and Congress to affect U.S. oil and gas production.
Len Vermillion, Editorial Director, Hart Energy
Amanda Eversole, Executive Vice President & Chief Advocacy Officer, American Petroleum Institute (API)
2023-02-01 - The fallout from Russia’s invasion of Ukraine includes a global movement away from imported fossil fuels toward domestically produced renewables, BP said in its annual Energy Outlook.
2023-01-11 - Weakened U.S. and global economies, and higher production, will lead to a 10.6% cut for WTI and 9.8% reduction for Henry Hub natural gas this year, according to the Energy Information Administration.
2022-12-16 - Prices for crude oil and natural gas are expected to decline in 2023 compared to 2022 according to forecasts from the Energy Information Administration, World Bank and other institutions.
2022-12-28 - From the Bakken to Appalachia to the Gulf Coast, the arctic assault knocked out oil and gas production, and refining capacity.
2022-12-12 - Until a slew of LNG export terminals come online, gas production will be high and prices will be low, East Daley says in its annual report.