Attendance by women up at Texas-based fuel and petrochemical conferences

2019 has ushered a slew of energy conferences to the oil- and gas-friendly state of Texas, and in some cases the media took issue with the lack of diversity — mainly women. One of the largest conferences, CERAWeek, grabbed headlines for the...

/ June 12, 2019

Preparing for summer — and hurricane season

As Americans stock up on emergency essentials like water, batteries and flashlights, U.S. refiners and petrochemical producers stand ready for the weather. Just as Memorial Day weekend marked the beginning of summer, June 1st marks the official beginning of the...

/ May 30, 2019

Understanding gasoline pricing as summer driving season begins

As we head into the Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial start of the summer driving season, many begin to pay closer attention to gasoline prices. This should be no surprise since over 37 million travelers are expected to hit the...

/ May 23, 2019
EV Tax Credits

Electric Vehicle Tax Credit Extension Would Cost $16 billion, Per Ernst & Young Report

New analysis has found that a Senate plan to extend the federal electric vehicle (EV) tax credit would cost taxpayers as much as $16 billion over the next decade, money that in recent years has largely gone toward the purchase...

/ May 15, 2019