The risk is obvious when a Washington forum notice says it will try to get “beyond rhetoric”. So much of what passes for discussion here depends on supporting a position with tried-and-true slogans . . .
Louisiana’s parish and local governments want a bigger share of revenue from development of federally managed oil and gas resources there. Utah officials simply would like more energy developed in their state . . .
It was easy to remember the Bad Old Days when the US had New Oil, Old Oil, and the Small Refiner Bias amid the kerfuffle after the Commerce Department’s Bureau of Industry and Security ruled in late June . . .
There had been numerous earlier agreements reached to build an Alaska natural gas pipeline. The formal commercial agreement the state and the Alaska LNG Project's sponsors signed July 2 was different . . .
The Bureau of Land Management announced on May 5 that it was reviewing how it develops its resource management plans. But the idea that the process needed to be revised . . .
“We have the world’s best trout fishing 90 minutes from downtown Denver,” the Park County, Colo., official said between sips of coffee in the Longworth House Office Building cafeteria . . .
It was easy to wonder if anything new could be said about possible impacts of lifting the ban on US crude oil exports at a Center for Strategic and International Studies forum . . .
It started with the desire to give the editors a story out of Washington to post online while I covered the first day of Deloitte’s 2014 Washington Energy Conference . . .
The rate of earthquakes in Oklahoma has increased by about 50% since October 2013. That significantly increases the chance for a damaging quake . . .
Let’s not beat around the bush: Exporting more liquefied natural gas has become as hot a domestic political issue as the Keystone XL crude oil pipeline. . . .