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Bakken’s Robust Production Threatened by Low Prices and Biden Presidency, North Dakota Officials Say

Bakken’s Robust Production Threatened by Low Prices and Biden Presidency, North Dakota Officials Say

North Dakota officials estimate that 25% of the Bakken Shale’s output could be negatively impacted by a change in energy policy under President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr., threatening the 7,000 state-drawn, two-square-mile spacing units that contain all of the state’s future drilling sites. Nearly half (48%) of those units include federal-owned land and/or mineral rights,…

November 20, 2020
Latest NGI Hub & Flow Podcast Examines Election Impacts on Natural Gas, Oil Industry – Listen Now

Latest NGI Hub & Flow Podcast Examines Election Impacts on Natural Gas, Oil Industry – Listen Now

Click here to listen to the latest episode of NGI’s Hub & Flow podcast in which NGI associate editors Kevin Dobbs and Andrew Baker discuss the presidential election and its impacts for the natural gas and oil industry.  Dobbs and Baker discuss President-elect Biden’s priorities with respect to energy, climate and infrastructure, as well as…

November 16, 2020
Trump Administration Moves to Auction Alaska ANWR for Oil, Natural Gas Development

Trump Administration Moves to Auction Alaska ANWR for Oil, Natural Gas Development

The Trump administration on Monday began a formal push that possibly could allow oil and natural gas leases to be auctioned in Alaska’s pristine Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) before Joseph R. Biden Jr. is sworn into office in January. According to a preliminary notice in the Federal Register to be published on Tuesday, the…

November 16, 2020
Early in Biden’s First Year, Pandemic and Economic Stimulus to Trump Energy Policy

Early in Biden’s First Year, Pandemic and Economic Stimulus to Trump Energy Policy

A resurging pandemic and potentially protracted negotiations over a new round of economic stimulus could dominate the early months of President-elect Joseph R. Biden’s tenure, overshading other priorities and likely delaying any new major legislation impacting oil and gas interests. The likelihood of a divided government, moreover, will make Biden’s energy and climate priorities among…

November 11, 2020
U.S. Energy Industry Bracing for Change as Biden Becomes President-Elect

U.S. Energy Industry Bracing for Change as Biden Becomes President-Elect

Joseph R. Biden Jr. has become the president-elect and will take office in January, heralding a seismic shift in energy and climate policy from the executive branch. However, any major legislation could be stymied by a divided Congress, assuming Republicans retain their majority in the Senate, while executive actions could be challenged by a more…

November 9, 2020
Battle Lines Clear on Energy, Climate After Final Presidential Debate

Battle Lines Clear on Energy, Climate After Final Presidential Debate

The final presidential debate on Thursday crystallized stark differences between the candidates on climate and energy policy, as Joseph R. Biden Jr. stressed the urgency of addressing climate change while President Trump warned that the Democratic nominee’s plans would hurt the economy. Calling climate change “an existential threat to humanity,” Biden said, “We have a…

October 23, 2020
Presidential Candidates Clash on Climate, Energy in Final Debate

Presidential Candidates Clash on Climate, Energy in Final Debate

The final presidential debate on Thursday crystallized stark differences between the candidates on climate and energy policy, as Joseph R. Biden Jr. stressed the urgency of addressing climate change while President Trump warned that the Democratic nominee’s plans would hurt the economy. Calling climate change “an existential threat to humanity,” Biden said, “We have a…

October 23, 2020
Biden, Trump Near Finish Line in Election That Could Reverberate in Mexico’s Energy Sector

Biden, Trump Near Finish Line in Election That Could Reverberate in Mexico’s Energy Sector

Democratic presidential nominee Joseph R. Biden Jr. and President Trump face off on Nov. 3 in a U.S. election being closely watched by Mexico’s energy sector. Mexico’s energy system, like its economy, is tightly intertwined with its northern neighbor. The country imports around 70% of its natural gas and around 80% of its gasoline from…

October 20, 2020
U.S. LNG Industry Not Seen Favoring Trump or Biden Presidency

U.S. LNG Industry Not Seen Favoring Trump or Biden Presidency

The U.S. liquefied natural gas (LNG) sector could successfully work with either President Trump or Democratic nominee Joseph R. Biden Jr. in the upcoming presidential election, experts told NGI.   Trump has been a “great cheerleader for U.S. LNG” by raising the industry’s profile and addressing some regulatory bottlenecks during his first term, said LNG Allies…

October 20, 2020
‘Joe Biden Will Not Ban Fracking,’ Says Harris in VP Debate

‘Joe Biden Will Not Ban Fracking,’ Says Harris in VP Debate

A Biden administration will not ban hydraulic fracturing (fracking) if he wins the November election, his vice presidential candidate, Sen. Kamala Harris (CA), said repeatedly during a debate with Vice President Pence Wednesday night. Energy and climate change figured more prominently during Wednesday’s contest in Salt Lake City than in the chaotic presidential debate that…

October 8, 2020
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