Harvey’s Aftermath Inundating Gulf Coast, with 1,000-Year Storm Overwhelming Houston Area

Horrible Harvey, which stormed into South Texas as a Category 4 storm Friday night, is continuing to wreak havoc along the Gulf Coast, with catastrophic rainfall disrupting lives and shuttering the energy breadbasket of the United States. The storm was expected to continue battering the coast through much of the week, leaving the Houston-Galveston region swimming in more than four feet of accumulated rainfall. Read More

EIA Says Mexico's Burgos Basin Has Vast Potential

The natural gas-heavy Burgos Basin in northern Mexico accounted for 15% of the country’s total gas production in 2016, and foreign investment in the play could put it on par with the Eagle Ford Shale in South Texas, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration. Read More