Jacqueline Toth


Jacqueline covers energy for Morning Consult.

Energy Brief: FERC Approves Dominion’s Proposed $7.9 Billion Deal for Scana

By Jacqueline Toth Top Stories The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved Dominion Energy Inc.’s proposed $7.9 billion acquisition of Scana Corp., the parent company of South Carolina Electric and Gas Co., whose canceled construction of two nuclear-generating units has left the company with financial uncertainty. The South Carolina Legislature in June passed legislation to prevent […]

Energy Brief: Week in Review & What’s Ahead

By Jacqueline Toth Week in Review Environmental Protection Agency transition White House Chief of Staff John Kelly informed former Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt that President Donald Trump wanted him to resign from the EPA following reports that Pruitt’s public schedule had been altered, according to two people familiar with the matter. Andrew Wheeler, […]

Energy Brief: IEA Indicates Global Shortages Could Strain Spare Crude Capacity

By Jacqueline Toth Top Stories The International Energy Agency warned in its monthly oil report that global oil shortages could stretch spare crude production capacity “to the limit,” especially as Saudi Arabia has increased its oil production both before and after the recent annual meeting in June of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries. […]

Energy Brief: Trump Criticizes Germany Over Its Energy Deals With Russia

By Jacqueline Toth Top Stories At the opening of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization summit in Brussels, Trump said that Germany is “captive to Russia,” calling it “very sad” that Germany has “a massive oil and gas deal with Russia,” appearing to refer to the Nord Stream 2 pipeline which, if completed, will reach from […]