Day: October 12, 2020

Q&A with Emily Medina on Mexico’s Natural Gas Market Development

This 40th Q&A in the series is with Emily Medina, Non-Resident Fellow at the Energy Policy Research Foundation, Inc. (EPRINC) in Washington DC since 2018, where she focuses on oil and gas developments in Mexico and the bilateral energy relation between the U.S. and Mexico. Medina is the founder of her own energy industry consulting …

Q&A with Emily Medina on Mexico’s Natural Gas Market Development Read More »

Yellowstone seeks comments on installation of fiber optic cable

More than 180 miles of fiber optic cable is being proposed for underground installation along Yellowstone National Park’s roadways as part of a plan to improve communications and enhance visitor services. The cable would follow the Grand Loop Road with spurs branching off to developed areas within the park. It would also tie in with Grand Teton …

Yellowstone seeks comments on installation of fiber optic cable Read More »

Callabyte adding fiber-optic network in Wardsville

With underground utility work scheduled to start next week, Wardsville residents are expected to have access to a new fiber-optic network for internet service by the end of the year. Callabyte Technology, a subsidiary of Callaway Electric Cooperative, approached Wardsville village leaders about bringing its service to the community last month. Tom Howard, Callaway Electric …

Callabyte adding fiber-optic network in Wardsville Read More »

Preview: Election race for Texas railroad commissioner

AUSTIN, Texas — It’s a title that could come off as a little misleading. That’s because the Texas Railroad Commission doesn’t regulate railroads anymore, but does still serve an important role in Texas. The Texas Railroad Commission is a state agency that regulates oil and gas production. There are three commissioners who are elected for statewide, six-year, …

Preview: Election race for Texas railroad commissioner Read More »