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California Fines 30 Oil/Gas Operators For Lack of Water Reports

California regulators on Thursday issued civil penalties of $4,500 each to 30 oil/gas operators that failed to report water use data required under a state law (SB 1281) passed last year. More fines are expected.

September 4, 2015
NatGas Analysts Embracing New EIA Format; ‘It’s A Big Change, But Not A Big Change’

NatGas Analysts Embracing New EIA Format; ‘It’s A Big Change, But Not A Big Change’

It has been brewing for a while, but all indications are that the Energy Information Administration (EIA) will take steps this fall to reformat its weekly storage report by adding more regions and thus increasing transparency.

June 25, 2015
NatGas Analysts Embracing New EIA Format; ‘It’s A Big Change, But Not A Big Change’

NatGas Analysts Embracing New EIA Format; ‘It’s A Big Change, But Not A Big Change’

It has been brewing for a while, but all indications are that the EIA…

June 25, 2015

Court Affirms EPA’s Endorsement of Uinta Basin Ozone Cleanup

A U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit Tuesday upheld the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) decision not to designate the Uinta Basin in Utah as a nonattainment area for ozone.The Western Energy Alliance (WEA), which was in a rare alignment with EPA on the case, applauded the decision.

June 5, 2015

Court Affirms EPA’s Endorsement of Uinta Basin Ozone Cleanup

A U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit Tuesday upheld the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) decision not to designate the Uinta Basin in Utah as a nonattainment area for ozone.The Western Energy Alliance (WEA), which was in a rare alignment with EPA on the case, applauded the decision.

June 5, 2015
California Lawmakers Blast Agency Over Missing Oil-Produced Water Data

California Lawmakers Blast Agency Over Missing Oil-Produced Water Data

State lawmakers and critics of California’s agency overseeing oil/natural gas activities in the state were stirred up again this week over the Department of Conservation’s (DOC) failure to meet an April 30 deadline for submitting data on oil produced water. The data filing had been mandated by SB 1281, which was passed last year.

May 15, 2015
California Lawmakers Blast Agency Over Missing Oil-Produced Water Data

California Lawmakers Blast Agency Over Missing Oil-Produced Water Data

State lawmakers and critics of California's agency overseeing oil/natural gas activities in the state were stirred up again this week over the Department of Conservation's (DOC) failure to meet an April 30 deadline for submitting data on oil produced water. The data filing had been mandated by SB 1281, which was passed last year.

May 15, 2015
Oil-Directed Rig Count Falls as ‘New Resiliency’ Noted For Production

Oil-Directed Rig Count Falls as ‘New Resiliency’ Noted For Production

The Texas rig count fell again in the latest Baker Hughes Inc. tally of active rigs, released Friday (May 1), and oily plays led the charge as producers continue to seek to balance supply with demand.

May 1, 2015
Oil-Directed Rig Count Falls as ‘New Resiliency’ Noted For Production

Oil-Directed Rig Count Falls as ‘New Resiliency’ Noted For Production

The Texas rig count fell again in the latest Baker Hughes Inc. tally of active rigs, released Friday (May 1), and oily plays led the charge as producers continue to seek to balance supply with demand.

May 1, 2015

Crude Oil Volatility Study Will Take Two Years to Complete, Moniz Says

Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Ernest Moniz said it will probably take two years to complete research into what makes some crude oil more volatile than other varieties, as regulators grapple with how to handle crude oil by rail shipments in the wake of several derailments and explosions.

April 28, 2015