Policy & Regulation - Refining & Processing

Trump’s Surprise Victory Leaves Many Unknowns

As analysts begin to sift through the rubble of conventional economic and political wisdom, the key issues that a Trump administration will have on the oil and gas sectors—the good, the bad and the ugly —are still beginning to materialize

Stratas Advisors
Nov 14, 2016

RINs, RFS Unlikely To Go Away Under A Trump Presidency

Uncertainty remains around what a Trump White House would mean for the U.S. biofuels industry and Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), but Trump’s statements over the course of the campaign have tended to be generally supportive of the RFS relative to Clinton and many of the other candidates.

Stratas Advisors
Nov 10, 2016

Donald Trump Is President-Elect: Now What?

Now that U.S. voters elected Donald J. Trump president-elect, industry watchers weigh in on what the effects of the new administration may be for oil and gas.

Hart Energy Staff
Nov 9, 2016

Nation’s First Carbon Tax Goes Before Voters In Washington State

On Nov. 8, Washington state will vote on the nation’s first revenue-neutral carbon tax

Nov 2, 2016

America ‘First’ Or America ‘Together’

The U.S. presidential election appears to be one of the most jaded, negative and divisive in decades. Unfortunately, the fallout for the losing party may be brutal.

John Kneiss
Oct 25, 2016

EPA To Reconsider Aspects Of Petroleum Refinery Air Toxics Rule

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently granted petitions to reconsider certain aspects of the petroleum refineries air toxics regulations that it finalized on Dec. 1, 2015. The

Oct 10, 2016