The EPA has begun collecting comments on its recent proposal to reduce biofuels blending requirements for gasoline producers. The mandate has sparked a fierce battle between the oil & ethanol industries. Jack Gerard, CEO of API discusses his views.
Will the nuclear talks inspire Iran's eventual return to oil influence? Sara Vakhshouri and Kevin Book, two leading Washington energy consultants, examine the possible implications for the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) and global energy markets.
In a new study, the CSIS argues that the U.S. - once the world leader in uranium enrichment technology - should renew that expertise as soon as possible. Nuclear analyst and report co-author David Banks shares his views.
At its latest meeting in Vienna, OPEC agreed to maintain its current crude oil production levels. Platts Oil Editor Alison Ciaccio explains what this may mean for global oil prices.
McGregor, CEO of Singapore LNG Corporation, and Singaporean Minister S.
Iswaran evaluate the city-state's prospects for becoming an Asian LNG
trading hub and U.S. LNG exports' potential impact on Asian markets.
Silvia Marucci, an official with the Panama Canal Authority, examines the project's global impact, implications and costs.
of the biggest advocates of greener energy options is the Carbon War
Room. It's now run by former Costa Rican President José Maria Figueres,
who discusses the group's battle cry of low-carbon alternatives.
carbon capture and sequestration, involves trapping carbon dioxide at power plants and transporting it away. But is this technology far too costly for commercial use? Charles McConnell, a former Obama energy official, takes issue with the EPA.
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To assure compliance with the U.S. EPA's ethanol requirements, gasoline blenders buy & sell credits called RINs. Platts Oil Price Reporter Alison Ciaccio discusses the outcome of the EPA's proposal to lower those requirements.
Marty Durbin, CEO of America's Natural Gas Alliance, discusses challenges facing the Shale industry in the U.S.
PA recently announced plans to trim the RFS' ethanol-blending requirements for oil refiners. Tom Buis, CEO of Growth Energy, a Washington-based ethanol trade group, discusses the possible industry impact.
Moroccan Energy Official Amina Benkhadra explores Morocco's energy future.
Revisiting Dodd-Frank's Impact on Energy Desc: Spencer Abraham, a former U.S. energy secretary, discusses why he thinks it's time to revisit Dodd-Frank's impact on energy industries.
Does the industry risk losing its grip on prominent issues like fracking? Richard Levick, a Washington-based communications executive, will discuss his popular Forbes article on the topic.