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    Challenges and Opportunities for the US Petroleum Industry

    Lucian Pugliaresi presented at the 8th Mediterranean Oil & Gas Forum 2017 held on March 1-2, 2017 in Nicosia, Cyprus. His remarks and presentation  covered the energy policies of the incoming administration of President Donald J. Trump. A copy of his presentation can be found here.

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    Challenges in Paying for Tax Reform
    Larry Goldstein takes a look at the challenges in paying for tax reform. If the border adjustment tax is dead, where do we go from here?  The carbon tax is unlikely to get much attention, so what about gasoline taxes?   Larry’s commentary on this important topic can be found here.
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    INTEGRATING NORTH AMERICAN ENERGY TRADE REMAINS ESSENTIAL FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH AND ENERGY SECURITY
    North American energy trade has been an enormous engine of economic growth and increased energy security and resiliency for all the trading partners in NAFTA.  Lucian Pugliaresi provides a commentary and why this issue should be given top priority to make sure it does not fall victim to populist sentiment. His commentary can be found here.
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    Lucian Pugliaresi presents at Energy 2017 in Mexico City on likely new energy policies from the Trump Administration
    Lucian Pugliaresi participated in a panel discussion at the Energy 2017 Congress in Mexico City between January 31-Feb 2.  He outlined both the challenges and opportunities for energy trade in North America as a result of likely policy changes from the recent U.S. Presidential election. A copy of his presentation can be found here.

     

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    The Biofuel Mandate for Transportation Fuels: Where Do We Go From Here?
    Lucian Pugliaresi, President of EPRINC, has penned a commentary on the future of the biofuel mandate.  Although the mandate continues to have bipartisan support, it also is facing rising costs as rising mandated volumes face both technical constraints and rising costs. The commentary can be found here.
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    Charles K. Ebinger Joins EPRINC as Distinguished Fellow

    EPRINC is pleased to announce that Charles K. Ebinger (Charlie to us) has joined EPRINC as a Distinguished Fellow.  Charlie brings more than 30 years experience addressing the security, political, economic, environmental and foreign policy interrelationships surrounding domestic and international energy issues. He was recently Senior Fellow and Director of Brookings’ Energy Security Initiative. We look forward to drawing on Dr. Ebinger’s extensive experience and knowledge in the entire range of domestic and international energy issues. A copy of Charlie’s bio can be found here.

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    UNDERSTANDING THE LANDMINES IN THE TAX REFORM INITIATIVE

    Larry Goldstein and Lucian Pugliaresi comment on the proposed Border Adjustment Tax, the so-called BAT.  Larry is a  member of EPRINC’s board of trustees and its past president. Lucian Pugliaresi is President of EPRINC.  Their commentary can be found here.

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    Is it Time for Regulatory Reform at EPA?
    Scott Pruitt, the Attorney General of Oklahoma, has been nominated by President Trump to serve as the next Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency.  He has been characterized as both anti-science and anti-environment, but the full story is a bit more complicated.  Lucian Pugliaresi, in a recent opinion piece for “The Hill,” outlines some of the reforms needed at EPA and why Pruitt might just be the right man for the job.  A link to the op ed can be found here.
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    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.
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    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.
Charles K. Ebinger Joins EPRINC as Distinguished Fellow

EPRINC is pleased to announce that Charles K. Ebinger (Charlie to us) has joined EPRINC as a Distinguished Fellow.  Charlie brings more than 30 years experience addressing the security, political, economic, environmental and foreign policy interrelationships surrounding domestic and international energy issues. He was recently Senior Fellow and Director of Brookings’ Energy Security Initiative. We look forward to drawing on Dr. Ebinger’s extensive experience and knowledge in the entire range of domestic and international energy issues. A copy of Charlie’s bio can be found here.

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Is it Time for Regulatory Reform at EPA?
Scott Pruitt, the Attorney General of Oklahoma, has been nominated by President Trump to serve as the next Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency.  He has been characterized as both anti-science and anti-environment, but the full story is a bit more complicated.  Lucian Pugliaresi, in a recent opinion piece for “The Hill,” outlines some of the reforms needed at EPA and why Pruitt might just be the right man for the job.  A link to the op ed can be found here.

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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.

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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.

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