By - Jim Vess

Could a Biden presidency be a boost to both the power sector and the oil and gas industry?

Energize Weekly, September 9, 2020 Joe Biden becoming president of the U.S. could be a boost for clean energy and perhaps somewhat ironically, for oil and gas – at least in the short run. That was the conclusion of energy industry consultants Wood Mackenzie and Rystad Energy in separate analyses. While Wood Mackenzie looked at Biden’s clean power plans and

By - Jim Vess

The Hartford to stop insuring and investing in coal and tar sands over climate concerns

Energize Weekly, January 8, 2020 The Hartford Financial Services Group said it will no longer insure or invest in companies mining or using coal or developing tar sands oil over concerns about risks linked to climate change. The company, based in Hartford, Conn., said it would not deal with companies that get 25 percent of their revenue from mining thermal

By - Jim Vess

New York regulators reject permit for crucial shale gas pipeline

Energize Weekly, April 27, 2016 The administration of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo refused to grant a water quality permit last week for the 124-mile Constitution Pipeline, which would carry shale gas from Pennsylvania to eastern New York. The New York Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced on Friday that it will not issue a Clean Water Act Section 401

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