“Orphan” wells, investing in infrastructure, and high tech coal; Also, will oil sanctions mean a big gas bill for Memorial Day travel?
State agencies at odds over new law to address ‘orphan’ oil wells Elizabeth Harball, KTOO, May 22, 2019 A few small oil companies have gone bankrupt in Alaska in recent years, leaving the state or other landowners on the hook for cleaning up the wells they left behind. So this month, the Alaska Oil and […]
Politicians are blocking America’s offshore energy boom Jim Nicholson, Fox Business, May 21, 2019 In April, the South Carolina Senate advanced a measure that would prohibit the use of state funds for any infrastructure projects related to offshore development. Virginia lawmakers considered similar measures earlier this year. This tactic, though clever, ultimately has potential to […]
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