The uncensored version of Trisha Curtis’ presentation before the BNSF Crude by Rail Summit.
EPRINC Workshop on The Transport Climate Initiative (TCI): Challenges and OpportunitiesRead More
EPRINC held a virtual workshop on The Transport Climate Initiative (TCI): Challenges and Opportunities on June 16, 2021.
EPRINC staff, policymakers, and regional experts explored the effectiveness of the program to meet its goals of lowering greenhouse gas (“GHG”) emissions. Among the topics discussed were how the program fits in with U.S. and international efforts to accelerate the energy transition, an assessment of the program’s impact on consumers, implementation challenges, and opportunities for green investments.
The Transportation and Climate Initiative (TCI) is a regional collaboration of potentially 12 Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states and the District of Columbia seeking to reduce consumption of petroleum-based fossil fuels in the transportation sector and introduce cleaner fuels and more effective transportation systems. The list of potentially participating jurisdictions are: Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, and Virginia.
A report on the event was written by Ashutosh Shastri, Senior Advisor, Global Gas Centre & Distinguished Fellow, EPRINC, and can be accessed here.
EPRINC and IER Co-Host Virtual Workshop on “Understanding the Safer Affordable Fuel-Efficient (SAFE) Rule for Automobiles”Read More
On July 27, 2020, the Energy Policy Research Foundation and the Institute for Energy Research jointly hosted a virtual workshop on the recently adopted regulation setting fuel efficiency standards for passenger cars and light trucks.
Current and former officials from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA), representatives from the auto industry, EPRINC and IER staff, and a cross section of stakeholders discussed the new rule and its broader implications for energy markets and the future of the U.S. auto industry.
Understanding California’s High Transportation Fuel PricesRead MoreEPRINC 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.
EPRINC Issues Report on Technical Constraints and Cost Risks to the Renewable Fuel StandardRead More
Max Pyziur and Lucian Pugliaresi on Technical Constraints and Cost Risks from the Renewable Fuel Standard
Under US law, increased volumes of biofuels must be blended into gasoline and diesel fuels. A variety of factors, including future demand for transportation fuels, falling crude oil prices and technological constraints, are all providing new challenges to successfully implementing the biofuel mandate.
This EPRINC assessment demonstrates that the RFS (Renewable Fuel Standard) requirements create considerable long-term costs, risks, and uncertainties to fuel producers, and are likely to raise transportation fuel costs substantially.
EPRINC’s North American Infrastructure Report ReleasedRead More
“Pipelines, Trains and Trucks: Moving Rising North American Oil Production to Market” can be downloaded below. 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.
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 and Trisha Curtis presents “Challenges of the North American Petroleum Renaissance” before the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies on January 30, 2014.