Midstream master limited partnerships have always evolved in response to changing conditions in the oilfield and on Wall Street. New tax policies, new competitive pressures and new ownership [...]
The Olympics, the World Cup and other mega sporting events draw more visitors than ever, and the ensuring environmental footprint is bigger than ever, too. There is little precedent for [...]
The toxic legacy of the Hanford nuclear site is an enduring reminder of the cost of the Cold War, and it also should serve as a cautionary tale for those who promote the promise of nuclear energy [...]
Planning exercises after Superstorm Sandy paid off for the energy industry when Harvey parked over Houston, dumping 51 inches of rain on the nation’s energy capital. Executives at a dozen [...]
It’s easy to assume that today’s relatively low oil prices are just a sign of the latest commodity cycle. But a number of factors point to something else – the beginnings of [...]
The House GOP tax reform plan would end the $7,500 federal tax credit for electric vehicles. Advocates are worried, but will that really be a deal-breaker for electric cars?
The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative has little impact on the U.S. domestic oil and gas industries but has been transformative in some parts of the world. So why has the U.S. pulled out?
President Trump says he won’t recertify the Iran Nuclear Deal. That would put us at odds with much of the global community and would have far-reaching effects on new energy projects.
The Trump administration has formally proposed to scrap the Clean Power Plan, which would curb emissions from coal and natural gas power plants. That’s a bad idea.