Here’s an Energy Policy Prescription for Pa.’s Next Governor

PennLive By Stephanie Catarino Wissman In state after state, energy was a winning issue in the midterm elections. Candidates who agreed on little else often found common ground in championing America’s job-creating energy revolution. In West Virginia, Democratic Senate candidate Natalie Tennant made a point of saying “It’s not about Democrat versus Republican… I disagree with […]

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Oil Near 4-Year Low as OPEC Seen Resisting Cutting Output

Fuel Fix West Texas Intermediate crude dropped for a third day as U.S. oil inventories gained unexpectedly. Brent rose in London. Futures fell as much as 1 percent in New York. Ecuador and Venezuela will ask members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries to reduce excess output, an Ecuador official said. U.S. crude inventories […]

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Senate Panel to Vote on Natural Gas Exports

The Hill By Timothy Cama A Senate committee will vote this week on a bill that would speed the federal government’s approval of applications to export liquefied natural gas (LNG). The legislation, sponsored by Sen. John Hoeven (R-N.D.), would set a limit on the time the Energy Department could take to consider whether a proposed […]

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