Weekly Update

Friday, January 24, 2020

January 24, 2020

Energy Briefing

Crude Exports Boom on U.S. Gulf Coast, Allaying Bottleneck Fears

 U.S. crude exports from Corpus Christi, Texas, have surged to a record in recent weeks, often surpassing hubs such as Houston and Beaumont, Texas, thanks to faster-than-expected infrastructure additions.


Fracking and the Democratic Presidential Debate

 At last week's presidential debate, candidates took to the stage to discuss some of the most pressing issues – particularly in the energy space. We’ve broken down the candidates’ statements and stances, providing context – and corrections – to what was said.


Analysis: Methane Emissions Intensity Declines in the Permian Basin

New analysis shows a dramatic drop in emissions intensity while oil production has soared.


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