AGDC audit recommends minor changes, additional report forthcoming Alaskajournal.com. The misstep occurred when seven invoices from the Bureau of Land Management were charged to the corporation’s Alaska LNG Project fund instead …
Canadian oil weakens after Notley says she’s hopeful production cuts will ease in April Calgary Herald. Calgary Herald Homepage … Canadian oil weakens after Notley says she’s hopeful production cuts will ease in April … as we move out of winter production into April,” Notley told reporters in Calgary Tuesday. … to alleviate a local glut caused by rising production meeting a shortage of export pipelines.
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|U.S. News & World Report: Oil and Gas Deemed ‘Essential’ in Shutdown|
Following reports last week that certain federal workers were back on the job to review oil and gas drilling permits, the Bureau of Land Management is confirming that employees across the country have been ordered back to work to resume green-lighting fossil fuel development on federal lands.
The Hill: Dems ask Interior to stop offshore drilling work during shutdown
Forum News Service: An outgrowth of pipeline protests, first-ever Indigenous Peoples March set for Friday on National Mall
New York Post: U.S. drilling projects to add 1,000 coal plants’ worth of pollution by 2050
Natural Gas Intelligence: Oil, Gas Industry Increasingly Nervous as Government Shutdown Drags On
Reuters: Oil prices slip as U.S. crude output nears record 12 million barrels per day
The Wall Street Journal: Wheeler vows to continue deregulatory actions as permanent EPA head
E&E News: 4 things to watch this year at DOE