New U.S. Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm envisions oil and gas companies contributing expertise to develop low-carbon fuel sources as part of the energy transition.
Disclosing Trans Mountain’s insurers publicly may result in pressure that shrinks its pool of potential insurers and raises premiums for the oil pipeline and its shippers, the corporation says.
Sanctions are possible but may take time and depend on White House negotiations with allies and Capitol Hill.
Two federal attorneys, who represent the Army Corps in an ongoing legal battle over the Dakota Access Pipeline, are withdrawing from the case between the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and the Corps, a court filing says.
Glick announces new effort to consider interests of residents near fossil fuel projects.
Concern about how U.S. President Joe Biden’s administration will handle the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL), which can transport more than 550,000 bbl/d out of the Bakken, is boosting prices.
In a letter to fellow Democrat Joe Biden, Sen. Joe Manchin said that even without the Keystone XL pipeline, the oil would still find its way to the U.S. by rail and truck.
The West Virginia senator pursues bipartisan solutions and is determined to not let the energy transition leave his constituents behind.
PennEast wants the land to build the pipeline, which is designed to deliver 1.1 Bcf/d of gas—enough to supply about 5 million homes—from the Marcellus Shale formation in Pennsylvania.