‘Baby storm’ Cindy moves out

‘Baby storm’ Cindy moves out

Local officials were hoping the worst was over Thursday evening after Cindy made landfall in the morning and weakened into a tropical depression. In the afternoon, the National Weather Service reported the storm was about 45 miles south of Shreveport, moving at 10 mph. By Thursday, Cindy had dumped 5.68 inches of rain on Houma […]

St. James residents, environmental groups sue over Bayou Bridge permit

St. James residents, environmental groups sue over Bayou Bridge permit

Residents living near the proposed Bayou Bridge Pipeline’s end point in St. James have joined environmental groups to sue over a state permit authorized for the project. The suit alleges the Department of Natural Resources’ Office of Coastal Management “violated the Louisiana Constitution and its own Guidelines” by issuing the permit through “the sensitive Coastal […]

Tropical storm in Louisiana: Here’s what forecasters say to expect in south Louisiana

Tropical storm in Louisiana: Here’s what forecasters say to expect in south Louisiana

Projected rainfall through Friday morning depends on the area. Totals are estimated to be 4-10 inches in the New Orleans area. In the Baton Rouge area, anywhere from 2-6 inches is expected. Because of anticipated heavy rain, a flash flood warning is in effect for all of southwest Louisiana until 7 p.m. Thursday. Storm tide […]

The Center of the Natural Gas Universe

The Center of the Natural Gas Universe

Here in Louisiana, a source of pride amongst our oil and gas industry has been the pipeline infrastructure and exporting facilities we possess in the state. This infrastructure has allowed Louisiana to lead the charge as we pursue energy security and haul energy resources across the state, nation, and globe. There is one place, an […]

OPEC: The End of the Line

OPEC: The End of the Line

From Traders working the floor of the New York Stock Exchange to the owner of mom and pop oil and gas companies, everyone was waiting to hear if the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) would extend oil production cuts. This anxious feeling of waiting on OPEC nations to decide the flow of the […]

BRIGGS: The Reemergence of the Haynesville Shale

BRIGGS: The Reemergence of the Haynesville Shale

The oil and gas industry could not be more diverse in Louisiana. In south Louisiana, in particular, the industry is experiencing historically low and stagnant rig growth, while the rest of the country sees a resurgence in rig activity. In northwest Louisiana, there is a glimmer of hope for the oil and gas sector, and […]

High Costs Are Pushing Investors Away From The Permian

The Permian has enjoyed a rush of capital since oil prices began to recover from a low of $26.21 in February of last year. The play is home to some of the best economics in the country, making it a prime target for E&P companies looking to maximize profit in a lower price environment. But […]

Downplaying Energy: Will The Trend Continue?

Since the trough in the Great Recession, the world economy has recovered smartly. But according to the latest calculations from energy giant, BP, global energy usage has not kept pace with economic growth. The U.S. seems to be leading the way in economic growth while consuming little additional energy and actually reducing carbon dioxide emissions. […]

Oil bounces off 10-month lows; crude glut still weighs

Oil rose on Thursday, a day after hitting 10-month lows, but market sentiment remained negative because the global crude glut has persisted despite OPEC-led output cuts. Brent crude futures ended 40 cents higher to $45.22 a barrel, after falling as low as $44.53. Brent fell 2.6 percent the previous session to $44.35, lowest since November. […]

EnerNOC Enters Into an Agreement to be Acquired by the Enel Group for over $300M

This post was originally published on this siteBOSTON, June 22, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — EnerNOC, Inc. (Nasdaq:ENOC), a leading provider of demand response solutions and energy intelligence software, announced today that it has entered into an agreement to be acquired by the Enel Group (“Enel”), a multinational power utility and leading integrated electricity and gas […]

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Baron Energy Engages CTX Equity Partners for Growth Capital Raise

This post was originally published on this siteSAN MARCOS, Texas, June 14, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Baron Energy Inc. (OTCPK:BROE) (“Baron” or the “Company”), an independent energy company based in San Marcos, Texas, has engaged CTX Equity Partners, LLC (“CTX”) to assist in a major growth capital raise. Management Comments Ronnie L. Steinocher, President and […]

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Green EnviroTech Holdings Corp. to Present at the 2017 Marcum MicroCap Conference in New York City

This post was originally published on this siteJAMESTOWN, Calif., June 13, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Green EnviroTech Holdings Corp. (OTC PINK:GETH) CEO, Chris Bowers, will present at the 2017 Marcum MicroCap Conference at 4:30pm on Thursday, June 15 at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in New York City and will conduct 1-on-1 meetings on June 15th […]

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Tropical Storm Cindy made landfall along the Gulf Coast Thursday as meteorologists called for a third day of heavy rains and viciously fast winds in the region. Cindy – the first storm to reach the Western Gulf coast since Tropical Storm Bill made landfall in June 2015 – has already been blamed for the death […]