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First reported Mar 14 2014 - Updated Mar 14 2014 - 1 reports

Releasing the SPR: A Threat, with What Goal?

Earlier this week, the Department of Energy announced that it was conducting a “test” release of crude oil from the nation’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR). Five million barrels, roughly 1 percent of collected supplies, will be released. The U.S. ... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 14 2014]
First reported Mar 13 2014 - Updated Mar 14 2014 - 1 reports

Will Panama Canal Delays Throw a Wrench in LNG Exports to Asia?

Last week, we wrote about how American natural gas won’t be finding its way to Europe any time soon, and is far from a total antidote to the threat of Russia shutting  down natural gas supplies. The key reasons essentially boil down to the following. ... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 13 2014]
First reported Mar 11 2014 - Updated Mar 12 2014 - 1 reports

Rising Gasoline Costs Drive Demand for Public Transit

The American Public Transit Association’s (APTA) annual report, released yesterday, finds that use of public transit in the United States has reached its highest level since 1956. By the numbers: Public transit ridership is up 37.2 percent since 1995, ... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 11 2014]
First reported Mar 07 2014 - Updated Mar 07 2014 - 1 reports

Layers of Energy Insecurity in Venezuela

When Hugo Chavez died in March of last year, oil markets barely reacted—a somewhat surprising development considering that Venezuela’s national oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), was completely under the thumb of the Chavez regime and had experienced ... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 07 2014]
First reported Mar 07 2014 - Updated Mar 07 2014 - 1 reports

Do Market Fundamenta’s Support the ‘Natural Gas Weapon’?

Less than a week after Russian troops marched into the Crimean peninsula, the domestic debate on whether the United States should allow exports of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) has abruptly changed. Up to this point, the debate has focused almost entirely ... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 07 2014]
First reported Mar 05 2014 - Updated Mar 06 2014 - 1 reports

Crisis in Ukraine: Energy Resources

As the crisis in Ukraine continues to unfold, two of SAFE’s recent reports can serve as valuable resources for policymakers and analysts seeking additional context, particularly of the drivers and constraints on Russian actions. SAFE’s “Oil Security ... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 05 2014]
Entities: Russia, Crisis, Security, Ukraine
First reported Mar 04 2014 - Updated Mar 05 2014 - 1 reports

Crimean Crisis Bolsters Russian Energy Export Revenues

While the world watches the evolving Crimean crisis with rapt attention, and prices for energy, corn, and oil climbed to six month highs , Russia’s Gazprom is holding its annual investor meeting in London. Gazprom, which describes itself as the world’s ... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 04 2014]
First reported Mar 03 2014 - Updated Mar 03 2014 - 1 reports

Cross-Post: Making Energy Security a National Goal (Part 2)

The following entry (part two of a two-part blog series) comes from David Steiner, president and chief executive officer of  Waste Management .  Mr. Steiner is a member of SAFE’s Energy Security Leadership Council , and in this post he explores the ... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 03 2014]
First reported Feb 28 2014 - Updated Mar 01 2014 - 1 reports

Cross-Post: Making Energy Security a National Goal (Part 1)

The following entry (part one of a two-part blog series) comes from David Steiner, president and chief executive officer of  Waste Management . Mr. Steiner is a member of SAFE’s Energy Security Leadership Council , and in this post he explores the ... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Feb 28 2014]
First reported Feb 28 2014 - Updated Feb 28 2014 - 1 reports

A Big Week for Oil-By-Rail Transport Safety

Last Friday, the Department of Transportation and executives from the nation’s major railroads announced an agreement on  eight voluntary measures  that railroad companies will implement immediately to improve the safety of crude-by-rail shipments. The ... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Feb 28 2014]
First reported Feb 27 2014 - Updated Feb 28 2014 - 1 reports

Seismic PEIS Compromises between Industry and Environmentalists

Today, the Department of Interior’s Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) released its long-awaited analysis on the environmental impact of seismic research on the Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) for offshore energy development. Seismic ... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Feb 27 2014]
First reported Feb 26 2014 - Updated Feb 27 2014 - 1 reports

Oil Spill Liability Cap Doesn’t Cut It

It’s generally safe to say that the nation’s legal code aspires to the “let the punishment fit the crime” philosophy. Of course, given the subjective nature of what constitutes a severe or petty crime, penalties issued on all manner of sins will ... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Feb 26 2014]

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Video of the Week: The Strategic Petroleum Reserve [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 14 2014]
Releasing the SPR: A Threat, with What Goal? [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 14 2014]
Will Panama Canal Delays Throw a Wrench in LNG ... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 13 2014]
Rising Gasoline Costs Drive Demand for Public T... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 11 2014]
Layers of Energy Insecurity in Venezuela [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 07 2014]
Do Market Fundamenta’s Support the ‘Natural Gas... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 07 2014]
Crisis in Ukraine: Energy Resources [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 05 2014]
Crimean Crisis Bolsters Russian Energy Export R... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 04 2014]
Cross-Post: Making Energy Security a National G... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 03 2014]
Cross-Post: Making Energy Security a National G... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Feb 28 2014]
A Big Week for Oil-By-Rail Transport Safety [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Feb 28 2014]
Seismic PEIS Compromises between Industry and E... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Feb 27 2014]
Oil Spill Liability Cap Doesn’t Cut It [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Feb 26 2014]
Required Reading: Thought Leadership on the Geo... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Feb 21 2014]
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Harsh Winter Weather Drives Up Energy Prices [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Feb 20 2014]
Trucking Industry On Board with Strengthened Fu... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Feb 18 2014]
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Simplifying the Energy Tax Code [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Feb 07 2014]
As natural gas prices climb, drillers agree to ... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Feb 06 2014]
Up, Up, & Away: What’s up (and down) in upstrea... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Feb 05 2014]
The Problem with Propane [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Jan 31 2014]
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Video of the Week: The Strategic Petroleum Reserve [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 14 2014]
In light of this week’s announcement to conduct a “test release” of the Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR) , this week’s video is an analytical look at the history of the SPR, including why differing economic viewpoints on the SPR’s value, and energy ...
Releasing the SPR: A Threat, with What Goal? [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 14 2014]
Earlier this week, the Department of Energy announced that it was conducting a “test” release of crude oil from the nation’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve (SPR). Five million barrels, roughly 1 percent of collected supplies, will be released. The U.S. ...
Will Panama Canal Delays Throw a Wrench in LNG ... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 13 2014]
Last week, we wrote about how American natural gas won’t be finding its way to Europe any time soon, and is far from a total antidote to the threat of Russia shutting  down natural gas supplies. The key reasons essentially boil down to the following. ...
Rising Gasoline Costs Drive Demand for Public T... [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 11 2014]
The American Public Transit Association’s (APTA) annual report, released yesterday, finds that use of public transit in the United States has reached its highest level since 1956. By the numbers: Public transit ridership is up 37.2 percent since 1995, ...
Layers of Energy Insecurity in Venezuela [Published Energy Policy Information Center (EPIC) - Mar 07 2014]
When Hugo Chavez died in March of last year, oil markets barely reacted—a somewhat surprising development considering that Venezuela’s national oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA), was completely under the thumb of the Chavez regime and had experienced ...
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