The Oxford Energy Forum of the Oxford Institute of Energy Studies has recently published an article by EPRINC’s President, Lucian Pugliaresi, on Latin American petroleum development.
A section of EPRINC’s Pipelines, Trains, and Trucks: Moving Rising North American Oil Production to Market was published in the March 3, 2014 edition of Oil & Gas Journal.
The report covers the midstream sector’s adaptation to rising North American crude oil production, the impact on the upstream and midstream, as well the opportunities and challenges facing both industry and regulators.
The article is titled Lagging pipelines create US gulf light sweet crude glut
The New York Times quotes Larry Goldstein and Trisha Curtis in “Bakken Crude, Rolling Through Albany” on February 27, 2014.
Lou Pugliaresi writes an Op-Ed for The Hill on December 23, 2013.
The North American energy renaissance is a remarkable achievement of innovation and risk taking. Continued improvements in production technology have generated enormous growth in U.S. natural gas production, contributing to greater employment, savings in consumer budgets, a manufacturing revival and reduced emissions of greenhouse gases.
One would think that capturing the benefits of this good news would be embraced by both the administration and the business community. Guess again.
A lobbying group called “America’s Energy Advantage,” led by petrochemical producer Dow Chemical and steelmaker Nucor, is seeking to restrict competition for natural gas in a misguided effort to protect their market share.
Wyoming Public Media quotes Trisha Curtis in “Wyoming could see more crude-by-rail shipments in the future” on January 6, 2014.
Trisha Curtis is with the Energy Policy Research Foundation. She says most crude from the Bakken does not travel through Wyoming, but that the state could see a spike in crude-by-rail traffic with new rail loading facilities coming online in the next year.