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.
Jeff Kissel, EPRINC Trustee, Interviewed on ThinkTech HawaiiRead More
Jay Fidel, the host of ThinkTech Hawaii interviews Jeff Kissel, EPRINC Trustee and former CEO of Hawaii Gas, on the challenges in moving the State of Hawaii to 100 percent reliance on renewable fuels. A link to the interview can be found here.
EPRINC’s Trisha Curtis Featured in World Oil MagazineRead More
Trisha Curtis, EPRINC’s Director of Research, Upstream and Midstream, was quoted in a World Oil Magazine article about US shale production.
EPRINC’s Larry Goldstein was quoted in today’s The New York Times article on Iran’s use of condensate exports to avoid oil related sanctions. “‘For U.S. regulations, we can’t export condensates because it’s a crude oil, but in sanctions for Iran they can export condensates because it’s not a crude oil,’ noted Larry Goldstein, a director of the Energy Policy Research Foundation, an organization partly financed by the oil industry. ‘From a policy perspective, there is an inherent contradiction.’”
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.
The Wall Street Journal quotes EPRINC in “Asian Refiners Get Squeezed by U.S. Energy Boom” on January 1, 2014.
“These gaps are an incentive for LPG exports from the U.S., said Lucian Pugliaresi, president of Washington-based Energy Policy Research Foundation Inc., a nonprofit group.”