Newfoundland and Labrador is the third-largest oil-producing province in Canada, producing 5% of the country's crude in 2018. Low oil prices have forced producers to cut spending and output globally.
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Sept. 24 he may reverse Mexico’s 2013-2014 energy liberalization next year if he is unable to “rescue” state oil company Petroleos Mexicanos and electricity utility CFE with existing laws.
The lawsuit targets two policy amendments announced by the Environmental Protection Agency in August that roll back methane emissions curbs on the oil and gas industry and weaken requirements for leak detection.
Democratic candidate Joe Biden has stated that he does not want to ban fracking outright. However, his climate plan includes banning new oil and gas permits on public lands
The ban on oil and gas drilling was set to expire in 2022. President Donald Trump said he would expand it to Florida's Atlantic coast and to the coasts of Georgia and South Carolina.
The Empire State’s ambitious goals to cut emissions by building new renewable energy infrastructure are being slowed by a tortuous planning process.
East Daley Capital Advisors’ new midstream strategy director discusses structural changes in the industry, how the upcoming elections could affect energy and his new gig.
The changes would make the oil and gas leasing and permitting processes more efficient by reducing redundant procedures and would better align Forest Service regulations with those of the BLM.
California and Washington were joined in the lawsuit over NEPA by 19 other Democratic-led states, the District of Columbia, Guam, the city of New York, Harris County, Texas, and the environmental oversight agencies of Connecticut and New York.
Some environmental groups said the plan unveiled by Senate Democrats on Aug. 25 did not go far enough and called for elimination of subsidies for oil and gas companies.