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09.03.14

US trade deficit narrows in June. What's fueling the decline?

An oil and gas boom helped drive the US trade deficit to a five-month low in June...

 

09.01.14

From Seoul to Mexico City, pressure mounts to ease U.S. oil export ban

Washington is facing growing international pressure to ease its long standing ban on crude oil exports, with South Korea and Mexico joining the European Union in pressing the case for U.S. oil shipments overseas.

 

08.30.14

Natural gas in China: Shale game

China drastically reduces its ambitions to be a big shale-gas producer

 

08.28.14

Eagle Ford natural gas production spurred by Mexican demand

As the Mexican government and state-run PEMEX aim to produce more oil in Mexico, U.S. natural gas producers, particularly in South Texas, have been happy to send growing amounts of natural gas to supply Mexico’s growing demand.

 

08.27.14

Lower natural gas prices benefit local governments

The recent growth in Ohio's gas industry has lowered natural gas prices for all Ohioans including the community and township halls in western Ohio.

 

08.25.14

Slow Going for Natural-Gas Powered Trucks

Premium Prices and More Efficient Diesels Leave Sales in First Gear

 

07.30.14

Strong Support for Domestic Energy Production

A recent Neilson poll found three connected points among registered U.S. voters on domestic oil and natural gas development that should resonate in Washington. Across party lines, age and gender, strong majorities of registered voters support more domestic drilling and production.

 

07.22.14

What is Frac Sand?

This special sand is one of the keys to producing oil and natural gas from tight shale formations.

 

07.11.14

Offshore drilling is coming to Virginia

... to explore the seafloor for a potential offshore wind project. But where does offshore oil and natural gas exploration stand? Listen to Jimmy Barrett's of WRVA interview Bob Matthias, Assistant City Manager with the City of Virginia Beach.

 

06.26.14

Support for Keystone XL pipeline is almost universal

Even Democrats who prefer to develop alternate energy sources before expanding the use of fossil fuels say they want the Keystone XL pipeline built.

 
 
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