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05.05.15

Poll: Iowa and New Hampshire voters support Arctic offshore drilling

... voters in Iowa and New Hampshire showed overwhelming support for U.S. energy leadership in Arctic offshore energy production. The results show offshore energy policy is an important focus even for both Iowa and New Hampshire voters...

 

05.02.15

The changing face of the oil industry in Alaska

... it probably shouldn't be news that the far north operations of three of the world's biggest privately held hydrocarbon businesses are now spearheaded by women.

 

04.29.15

America's Good News Energy Story

The U.S. is set to reap big strategic rewards from the fracking revolution.

 

04.29.15

LoneStar Energy Fabrication Completes Work on $5.1 Billion Big Foot Project

The 4,600HP, modular, extended tension-leg platform is the industry's largest and will operate in the Bigfoot oil and gas field, 225 miles south of New Orleans at a depth of 5,200 feet.

 

04.22.15

US and Canada discuss energy security and environmental issues

The leaders highlighted the need to maximize North America's competitive advantage. Fact: Canada and the US enjoy the largest energy relationship in the world, worth more than US$140 billion annually in energy trade.

 

04.21.15

Arctic Energy Development Is In Our Hands

A couple of important points on Arctic energy development from U.S. Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska at an event hosted recently by CSIS:

 

04.14.15

Offshore testing not the danger to sea life many claim

Seismic testing off the Atlantic coast, a critical step in opening the waters off the Carolinas and Virginia to oil drilling, isn't as dangerous for marine life, such as this North Atlantic right whale, as some fear, according to a University of South Carolina professor.

 

04.09.15

Big oil deposit found near London airport, but will be hard to tap

The U.K. has identified three potential reservoirs of onshore oil and gas as it seeks to get in on the shale oil boom that has made the U.S. the world's top energy producer.

 

03.30.15

Methane in drinking water unrelated to fracking, study suggests

Fracking doesn't appear to be allowing methane to seriously contaminate drinking water in Pennsylvania, a new study finds - contrary to some earlier, much publicized research that suggested a stronger link.

 

03.24.15

Fracking Rule Could Slow Energy Revolution

Onshore production of natural gas in federal areas fell 21.6 percent. The reason is federal policy. In contrast, state and private lands production increased 57.4 percent.

 
 
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