Statement By WSPA President Catherine Reheis-Boyd:
“The passage of SB 32 is not a reason to celebrate. It is unfortunate it went this direction. The rushed vote was deliberately schemed in order to cover-up today’s terrible cap-and-trade auction results. The lack of accountability and transparency in this sort of maneuver is embodied in SB 32. There is no accountability in providing blank check authority to a state bureaucracy. Furthermore, SB 32 puts accessible and reliable energy at risk. Today is, in fact, a setback for California’s global leadership on...
Environmental Assessment (EA) report effectively ends the moratorium on offshore hydraulic fracturing in California.
Western States Petroleum Association President Catherine Reheis-Boyd offered comments on today’s Petroleum Market Advisory Council meeting:
WSPA and its member companies look forward to working with the Governor and the Legislature on practical, fiscally responsible policies that balance today’s economic realities and energy needs with strong, achievable action on climate change.
I stand with tens of thousands of Bay Area energy workers and their families in calling on the Bay Area Quality Management District (BAAQMD) to balance strong emissions rulemaking with today’s economic realities and our shared energy future.