Election

Latest NGI Hub & Flow Podcast Spotlights Mexico Natural Gas: Listen Now

Latest NGI Hub & Flow Podcast Spotlights Mexico Natural Gas: Listen Now

Click here to listen to the latest episode of NGI’s Hub & Flow podcast in which NGI senior editor Christopher Lenton talks about what the U.S. election might mean for the Mexican natural gas market.  The outcome of the U.S. presidential election will have wide-ranging impacts across the United States and its energy sector. But…

October 27, 2020
Trump Commands Energy Sector’s Financial Backing, but Biden Makes Inroads

Trump Commands Energy Sector’s Financial Backing, but Biden Makes Inroads

President Trump continues to enjoy overwhelming financial support from the energy sector in the run-up to the Nov. 3 election. However, former Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. has gained some ground among industry donors and holds a lead in recent overall donations and in the polls. The president and Democratic nominee Biden are scheduled…

October 21, 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
E&Ps Doubling Up Federal Land Permit Requests, Possibly in Anticipation of Biden Win

E&Ps Doubling Up Federal Land Permit Requests, Possibly in Anticipation of Biden Win

U.S. oil and gas permitting on federal lands jumped 8% in September from August, with Texas operators posting the largest increase since March, according to a monthly tally by Evercore ISI. The firm every month compiles permit data from federal and state sources, which provides a bird’s eye view of where drilling by exploration and…

October 15, 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
Onshore Natural Gas, Offshore Oil Said Most Vulnerable to Federal Drilling Curbs if Biden Wins

Onshore Natural Gas, Offshore Oil Said Most Vulnerable to Federal Drilling Curbs if Biden Wins

Curtailed oil and natural gas drilling on federal property under a Joseph R. Biden Jr. presidency would mainly affect production of onshore natural gas and offshore oil, according to new analysis by Moody’s Investors Service. Onshore acreage accounted for 69% of natural gas output from federal leases in 2019, while the Gulf of Mexico (GOM)…

October 6, 2020
Oil, Natural Gas Industry Bracing for Possible Regime Change as Biden Accepts Democratic Nomination

Oil, Natural Gas Industry Bracing for Possible Regime Change as Biden Accepts Democratic Nomination

The oil and gas industry is bracing for a possible November victory by Joseph R. Biden Jr., who is leading in the polls and who officially accepted the Democratic nomination Thursday from Wilmington, DE. Although energy policy has taken a backseat to the Covid-19 pandemic and economic hardship facing Americans, climate change has nonetheless garnered…

August 21, 2020
Chevron Warns Pandemic Threatening Through September, but Common Ground in Election

Chevron Warns Pandemic Threatening Through September, but Common Ground in Election

Chevron Corp., savaged in the second quarter by the hurricane-force winds of Covid-19, warned Friday that the pandemic may choke profits through September.  The San Ramon, CA-based major posted an $8.3 billion loss (minus $4.44/share), compared with net profits a year earlier of $4.3 billion ($2.27). U.S. upstream operations lost $2.1 billion, versus year-ago earnings…

July 31, 2020

NGI 2020: U.S. Drilling Ban On E&P Radar Ahead of 2020 Election

Editor’s Note: This is one of a 14-piece series NGI undertook as the energy industry readied for the new year, with Lower 48 natural gas and oil supply continuing to surge in an uncertain environment as liquefied natural gas exports ramp up, Mexico markets remain shrouded and stakeholders demand more value. Get your complimentary copy of NGI’s 2020 Special Report today.

December 11, 2019

BC Election Said Victory for LNG, Shale

Political enthusiasm for liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports reigns supreme in British Columbia (BC) as a result of the provincial election held last Tuesday.

May 20, 2013
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