The New York Times Nov. 25, 2014 By Coral Davenport The Obama administration is expected to release on Wednesday a contentious and long-delayed environmental regulation to curb emissions of ozone, a smog-causing pollutant linked to asthma, heart disease and premature death. The sweeping regulation, which would aim at smog from power plants and factories across […]
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OPIS Nov. 19, 2014 OPIS learned Tuesday afternoon that Tesoro Refining and Marketing, starting Jan. 1, 2015, will reflect the carbon cost of California’s cap-and-trade regulations as a separate line item on rack invoices for gasoline and diesel fuel sold and consumed in California. Tesoro sent out a confidential memo to customers unveiling its plans. […]
The Washington Post Nov. 16, 2014 By Lori Montgomery Less than two weeks after Republicans won control of Congress, acrimony over immigration is dampening hopes for cooperation on more ambitious initiatives, with President Obama and GOP lawmakers bracing not for compromise but for combat. White House officials insist that Obama remains interested in finding common […]
Forbes Nov. 10, 2014 By Tim Tredgold The return of the U.S. as an energy superpower will not be a short-term event with the economic benefits likely to last “at least two generations”, according to the latest research from Citi. That is one of the key findings in a report from the commodities team at […]
The New York Times Nov. 6, 2014 By Jonathan Weisman WASHINGTON — After years of clashes and a grudging truce, fiscal and economic policy was brought back to center stage by the wave of Republican electoral victories on Tuesday, with President Obama and the new congressional leadership expressing hope that they could reach deals to […]
US Energy Information Administration Nov. 3, 2014 Recent increases in U.S. crude oil production have sparked discussion on how this increase in supply will be used by U.S. refiners given current limitations on exporting domestic crude. On October 30, EIA released a study that explored the relationships between crude oil and gasoline prices. Key findings […]
Reuters Oct. 31, 2014 By John Kemp Gasoline prices in all parts of the United States are tied to Brent rather than the domestic crude oil benchmark WTI, according to a detailed study published on Thursday by the Energy Information Administration (EIA). The EIA study removes the last principled objection to lifting the ban on […]