OIL AND GAS
GAO: Lifting export ban a mixed bag
Congress' 2015 decision to lift the crude oil export ban has resulted in expanded overseas markets for producers but higher costs for refiners, the Government Accountability Office said in a new report.
Mich. governor shuts down controversial pipeline
The state of Michigan today revoked a needed permit for operating Enbridge Inc.'s Line 5 pipeline — likely spelling doom for the controversial oil and gas conduit that runs beneath the Great Lakes.
Natural gas group names government affairs VP
One of the leading pipeline industry advocates announced it has promoted Christopher "C.J." Osman as its new vice president of government affairs.
COVID-19, energy still lame-duck question marks
House and Senate leaders are sending mixed signals about passing another round of COVID-19 relief during the lame-duck session, raising new questions over the viability of stimulus prospects before the new Congress is sworn in.
4 energy issues at stake in Senate spending bill
Senate Republicans unveiled their $51.8 billion Energy-Water fiscal 2021 spending bill yesterday with numerous policy implications for a host of energy technologies.