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Senate Democrats outline broad energy goals to nation’s governors

Forty-five US Senate Democrats outlined broad energy policy goals including more clean energy technology investments, infrastructure improvement, and carbon pollution reduction in a letter seeking support from the nation’s governors.

MARKET WATCH: NYMEX, Brent crude oil prices slump on Greek default fears

US light, sweet crude oil futures and Brent crude oil futures for August delivery each settled down by more than $1/bbl on June 29, with Brent sliding to its lowest closing in more than 2 months.

Firms form Powder River basin logistics JV

NGL Energy Partners LP, Tulsa, and Meritage Midstream Services II LLC, Denver, have formed a joint venture to develop crude oil gathering and water-services systems in the Powder River basin of Wyoming.

Group suggests principles for Alberta royalty review

The Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) has suggested that four principles guide Alberta in an oil and gas royalty review planned by a new center-left government in conjunction with a toughened approach to climate change.

MARKET WATCH: NYMEX crude oil for August hovers below $60/bbl

US crude oil futures for August delivery settled below $60/bbl on the New York market June 26 as tensions mounted about Greece, which ordered lenders to stay closed for 6 days starting June 29 while the country’s central bank sought to prevent money from streaming out of the country.

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Security through change

At the start of this month the US Army published its "Energy Security & Sustainability (ES2) Strategy" report. 

Fossil fuel protestors try to disrupt Natural Gas Roundtable event

Fossil fuel protestors tried to disrupt a June 18 Natural Gas Roundtable (NGR) luncheon on Capitol Hill where four US House members were describing efforts to develop energy legislation that Congress would pass and US President Barack Obama would sign into law. 

Watching Government: Arguing for biofuel quotas

With Republicans holding majorities in both the US Senate and House, US Environmental Protection Agency officials may be growing used to congressional committee members saying the federal regulator is moving ahead too aggressively.

API, other groups urge EPA to reconsider biofuel quotas

The US Environmental Protection Agency should reconsider its recently issued biofuel quotas because they serve the fuel ethanol lobby's interests instead of consumers, officials from the American Petroleum Institute and other organizations declared.

New king reshaping Saudi oil industry; extent still unclear

A new ruler is making important changes in the state-run petroleum industry of the world's most influential oil-producing nation.

Shell gets state's okay for US Appalachian ethylene plant plan

Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has approved a permit allowing Royal Dutch Shell PLC subsidiary Shell Chemical LP to proceed with its plan to build a petrochemical complex in Beaver County, Pa., that will produce ethylene and polyethylene (PE) from Marcellus shale ethane.

Mubadala starts production at Nong Yao in Gulf of Thailand

Mubadala Petroleum, Abu Dhabi, started production on June 17 from its Nong Yao oil field in the G11/48 concession of the southern Gulf of Thailand.

API relaunches 'Vote4Energy' program leading up to 2016 elections

The American Petroleum Institute wants US voters to elect candidates in the 2016 elections who support broader development of the nation's abundant energy resources to further benefit the general economy, create more good-paying jobs, and improve US and North American security, API Pres. Jack N. Gerard said.

Israel moves to ease offshore gas logjam

The Israeli government has declared development of natural gas to be an issue of national security in a move aimed at easing an antitrust logjam in place since last December.

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