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EIA revises global liquid fuels demand growth down because of the coronavirus

EIA revises global liquid fuels demand growth down because of the coronavirus

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In the February 2020 update of its Short-Term Energy Outlook (STEO), the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) forecasts that global liquid fuels demand will average 101.7 million barrels per day (b/d) in 2020, 1.0 million b/d more than the …

Casillas Petroleum Resource Partners and Energy Water Services Form New Midstream Company

Casillas Petroleum Resource Partners and Energy Water Services Form New Midstream Company

By Tyler Losier, Energy Reporter, Oil & Gas 360

Casillas Petroleum Resource Partners and Energy Water Services team up to form Woody Creek Midstream
Casillas Petroleum Resource Partners LLC, a portfolio company of Kayne Anderson Energy Funds, and Energy Water

Source: Caliber Midstream

Caliber Midstream Makes North Dakota Acquisition

By Tyler Losier, Energy Reporter, Oil & Gas 360

Caliber Midstream acquires North Dakota assets from American Midstream Partners
Caliber Midstream Holdings L.P., headquartered in Denver, Colorado, has acquired crude oil gathering and transportation assets in McKenzie county, North Dakota

Source: Salt Creek Midstream

Salt Creek Midstream Subsidiary Announces Open Season in the Delaware

By Tyler Losier, Energy Reporter, Oil & Gas 360

SCM Crude LLC to solicit binding commitments for interstate gathering and transportation
SCM Crude LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Salt Creek Midstream LLC, will begin to solicit binding commitments for priority

How Techstars’ Founder Turned a $50-Thousand Ubercab investment into $250 Million

How Techstars’ Founder Turned a $50-Thousand Ubercab investment into $250 Million

From BusinessDen

Boulder’s David Cohen invested $50,000 in 2009 in what was then called “Ubercab.” This month, Uber went public at $45 per share, making that initial investment worth $248.3 million, according to analysis by The Wall Street Journal.

Why

May 24, 2019 - 11:06 am Closing Bell Story‎, Energy News, Transportation
For Trucks, Automation is Inevitable but Will Require Handoff to a Human for Last Mile

For Trucks, Automation is Inevitable but Will Require Handoff to a Human for Last Mile

From FreightWaves

Perceptions about automation depend on which side of the argument one is on, as autonomous trucks mean different things to different stakeholders in trucking.

For a consumer or an original equipment manufacturer (OEM), automation means progress on the …

January 31, 2019 - 2:13 pm Closing Bell Story‎, Transportation
The Scrum Begins: How States are Using the Clean Water Act to Stop Pipelines

The Scrum Begins: How States are Using the Clean Water Act to Stop Pipelines

Oil & Gas 360® recently interviewed John P. Englert, an environmental law lawyer with Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP. Englert counsels a wide array of industrial and energy clients on environmental safety and health matters. In our interview with …

Bakken: Goodnight Midstream Expands Ops in North Dakota

Bakken: Goodnight Midstream Expands Ops in North Dakota

Goodnight Midstream, LLC will be adding five new saltwater disposal wells and 50 miles of produced water gathering pipeline to its network of produced water gathering and disposal facilities in North Dakota.

Over the last year, Goodnight drilled and completed …

March 6, 2018 - 4:16 pm Closing Bell Story‎, Midstream
U.S. Energy Expenditure Level Lowest Since 2004

U.S. Energy Expenditure Level Lowest Since 2004

The EIA reported today that the U.S.’s expenditures for delivered energy totaled $1.127 trillion, or 6.2% of the nation’s GDP, in 2015—the lowest since 2004. The decrease was approximately 20% lower than expenses in 2014, which totaled a little over …

Higher Gasoline Costs Sent Consumer Price Index Soaring in April - 360

Long Vehicle Life Means Oil Consumption Won’t Change Suddenly

96% of new vehicle sales in 2016 featured combustion engines

The implementation of electric vehicles and ride-sharing may have long-term effects on oil demand, but the speed at which changes to the vehicle fleet takes place are likely to ensure …

December 20, 2016 - 6:21 pm Closing Bell Story‎, Oil and Gas 360 Articles, Oil Sands
What’s Next for Keystone XL?  TransCanada’s Keystone Chief Spells it Out

What’s Next for Keystone XL? TransCanada’s Keystone Chief Spells it Out

 An interview with Corey Goulet, President of Keystone projects for TransCanada.


Editor’s Note: In March 2015, Oil & Gas 360® interviewed Corey Goulet, boss of the Keystone XL pipeline project. Today (Nov. 6, 2015), the U.S. State Department and the

Oil Price Swoon Reshaping Transportation, Airlines and Shipping Industries

Oil Price Swoon Reshaping Transportation, Airlines and Shipping Industries

Downstream segment of oil and gas not the only sector benefiting from the oil price crash

American Airlines expects to save $4.35 billion on fuel

Virtually every transportation division is cashing in on low fuel prices, spanning from the typical …

September 3, 2015 - 6:33 pm Oil and Gas 360 Articles
Senate Democrats Call on White House to Fix “Outdated” Rail Cars

Senate Democrats Call on White House to Fix “Outdated” Rail Cars

H.R. 1679, addressing “the safe transportation of Bakken crude oil by rail,” was introduced to the United States Senate on March 26, 2015, one day after a the S.859 bill was issued regarding oil volatility and increased railroad transportation safety. …

March 27, 2015 - 7:12 pm Oil and Gas 360 Articles, Oilfield Services, Regulatory