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Wednesday, 02/01/2023

February 1, 2023 – Reuters

U.S. LNG exports fall 5% as shipments to Europe slip

By Marianna Parraga

HOUSTON, Feb 1 (Reuters) - U.S. exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) declined 5% to 6.84 million tonnes in January compared to the prior month as cold weather boosted domestic demand and as producers sent less gas to European customers, Refinitiv Eikon data showed on Wednesday…

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Tuesday, 01/24/2023

January 24, 2023 – KRIS 6 Corpus Christi

Port of Corpus Christi closes out fiscal year with record tonnage

By: Myra Sanchez

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas — A 12 percent increase over 2021 volumes has landed the Port of Corpus Christi a new annual tonnage record of 187.9 million tons…

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Monday, 01/23/2023

January 23, 2023 – Honolulu Civil Beat

Proposed $1 Billion Hydrogen Fuel Hub Signals A New Start For Reenergized Hawaii Agency

By Stewart Yerton

When new economic development director Chris Sadayasu first heard Hawaii had made it to the second round of a competition to land federal Department of Energy grants totaling $7 billion to build hydrogen fuel production facilities across the U.S., Sadayasu said he was thrilled…

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Wednesday, 01/18/2023

January 18, 2023 – Reuters

Oil production picking up in second-largest U.S. shale field

By Stephanie Kelly

NEW YORK, Jan 18 (Reuters) - Oil production in South Texas, home of the second largest U.S. shale field, is expected to rise as much as 4% this year, as higher prices spur more drilling and as U.S. crude exports set new records…

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Monday, 01/09/2023

January 9, 2023 – Bloomberg

Gasoline Prices Set to Rise If Corn-Belt States Win Fuel Fight

By Jennifer A. Dlouhy and Chunzi Xu

Pipeline systems fully contained within the Midwest and refineries primarily serving the region would generally shift to the new specification, according to an ICF analysis seen by Bloomberg News. But in-region refiners would have to find new markets for butane and other cheap, volatile hydrocarbons that lower the cost of gasoline.

The change also could isolate the Midwest’s fuel supply from the rest of the...