Posted on · We hear talk all the time about how the oil and gasÂ industry is booming, and people are moving here for “oil and gas jobs.” But just what are those jobs? Are they in the oil fields? Engineers and analysts in offices? We discuss withÂ Dave Fehling, Houston Public Mediaâs State Impact Reporter for Energy […]
Posted on · You might not have heard about ERCOT — The Electric Reliability Council of Texas — but it affects your life, whether you’re aware of it or not. The agencyÂ manages electric flow for 23 million Texans — someÂ 85 percent of the state’s electric load.Â Dave Fehling, KUHF’s StateImpact Reporter for energy and the environment, […]
Posted on · As 2013 comes to a close, we look back at the top stories in Houston news this year in the areas of transportation and energy, and we remember a deadly hotel fire that took the lives of four Houston firefighters. We chat with KUHF reporters Gail Delaughter, Dave Fehling, and Pat Hernandez.
Posted on · The Mexican Congress is set to consider proposals in energy reform sometime this fall. These proposals would open up Mexico's energy industry to outside investment and allow contracts between the Mexican government and private companies to share profits from the extraction of oil and gas throughout the country. Part of this conversation includes the development […]
Posted on · By most standards, Houston would seem to be booming. Our economy is strong, industry is thriving â particularly oil & gas and health care, but also others. And people are flocking to Houston. last year, Harris County added more residents than any other U.S. county. But not everyone is experiencing the boom. There are still […]
Posted on · If you feel like there are more people around the Bayou City these days â well, trust those feelings. The U.S. Census Bureau says the Houston metro area has seen greater population growth than any other U.S. metro area in the last decadeâ¦and last year, Harris County added more residents than any other U.S. county. […]