EPRINC submitted comments to Secretary of State John Kerry regarding the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline. Those comments can be downloaded here (PDF).
In response to the House Energy and Commerce Committee’s request for comments on its first white paper addressing the blendwall and other RFS issues, EPRINC submitted the following document (download PDF).
Regulatory constraints are set to drive volatility in the gasoline market over the next 12 to 24 months. Download the full report (PDF)
Trisha Curtis presented during NPDA’s (North Dakota Pipeline Authority) webinar on March 8. Her presentation covers developments in the Bakken and other US shale plays and can be downloaded here.
On February 14, EPRINC gave a presentation entitled “How the Game Has Changed – Infrastructure and the North American Petroleum Renaissance” to the Columbia University Center on Global Energy Policy. That presentation can be downloaded (PDF) by clicking the image below.