Regulatory Exclusives


In his initial column, Jeff Share remembers the difficult road the President and his Secretary of Energy faced in passing the Energy Policy Act of 1992.


From water to eminent domain to road funding, there are myriad issues that may directly affect the energy industry in the Lone Star State and beyond.


America’s next oil imports are set to fall to their lowest level since 1958 at the same time the nation has become a global leader in oil exports.


After oil market dropped 30% from October, the market jumped 5% with OPEC’s decision to cut oil production by 1.2 million barrels per day.


Two-day marathon meeting leads to more bullish than expected oil output cuts by OPEC and its allies.


From severance taxes to future natural gas uses, speakers at the Appalachian Basin GPA Midstream Association conference tackled the tough issues of the region.


WTI has fallen steadily since the beginning of October, and after a slight rebound on Nov. 27 was trading at about $51.53/bbl.

An alliance of natural gas companies representing 10% of U.S. production and 32% of midstream transmission lines surpassed its goal of capturing methane emissions.

Voters Prop Up Industry, But Future Ballot Battles Likely

Colorado’s Proposition 112 and Washington State’s Initiative 1631 falter.

Proposition 112: La La Land Comes To Colorado

As Initiative 97 made it onto the ballot as Proposition 112, it was as if a cloud containing some of the extreme politics of California descended on the Colorado energy sector.


Three experts discuss how the implications of the USMCA and other trade policy developments will affect deals and investments as well as litigation and international arbitration.

Cheniere Energy, LNG, exports, trade, China, American Petroleum Institute, Mike Summers, Texas Oil  and Gas Association

Energy revolution and politics took center stage during a forum in Houston this week.