Colorado proposed air pollution rules that would make it the first US state to directly regulate methane emissions associated with oil and gas drilling. . . .
Collaboration will be critical as new offshore oil and gas safety standards are developed and best practices are identified, BSEE Director Brian Salerno declared . . .
There are growing indications now that the Gulf of Mexico transboundary treaty glitch described in Watching Government’s Oct. 14 column might not be a problem after all. . . .
The US oil and gas outlook’s dramatic shift from scarcity to abundance potentially could increase the country’s geopolitical leverage, but its current leaders will need to show they can govern first . . .
The 40-year anniversary of the 1973 Arab oil embargo’s beginning has made many energy community members consider progress which has been made – and how many underlying problems remain unsolved . . .
British Columbia will not budge on its requirements proposed heavy oil export projects must meet, Premier Christy Clark said on Oct. 4. But that doesn’t mean she opposes such exports . . .
The federal government’s partial shutdown didn’t keep the US Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee from discussing the pending US-Mexico transboundary hydrocarbons agreement on Oct. 1. . . .
California now has its own hydraulic fracturing requirements. Gov. Jerry Brown, a Democrat, signed Senate Bill 4 into law Sept. 20. . . .
Two Utah politicians who normally support oil and gas development questioned a decision by the state’s School and Institutional Trust Lands Administration to lease acreage . . .
A group of offshore energy experts nearly stole the show from the 2013 Democratic and Republican Virginia gubernatorial nominees . . .