Shale Well Productivity Assessment
Trisha Curtis, Non Resident Fellow at EPRINC, recently authored an assessment of US shale well productivity, published by our good friends at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies.  Improvements in shale well productivity will be the driving force behind the sustainability of the North American petroleum renaissance and Trisha’s work in this area is substantially lifting our understanding of these important trends.  You can download a copy of Trisha’s full report here.


Understanding California’s High Transportation Fuel Prices
EPRINC has published a report “Understanding California’s High Transportation Fuel Prices.”  California’s  transportation fuel specifications are among the most stringent in the United States targeting both reductions in so-called criteria pollutants and reductions in green house gas emissions. Max Pyziur, EPRINC downstream expert, provides an assessment of the costs of the California standards. The  report can be downloaded here.


U.S. Natural Gas Outlook
Lucian Pugliaresi presents at the the 3rd Annual London Gas & LNG Forum on September 26 and 27, 2016 at the RAG Army & Navy Club on the resiliency of the US natural gas resource base. A copy of his presentation can be downloaded here.  



Eprinc Partners With Embassy of Mexico
On September 23rd EPRINC partnered with the Embassy of Mexico to hold an event at the Mexican Cultural Institute here in Washington DC featuring discussions and presentations on the status of the Mexican energy reform program. The event was well attended and included senior Mexican and U.S. officials.


A copy of the agenda can be found here. Under Secretary Ochoa’s presentation can be found here, and Hector Castro Vizcarra, Mexico’s representative for the Secretariat of Energy (SENER) here in Washington, did an excellent write up of the event. Hector’s briefing can be found here.