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Climate Change a Hot Topic in the Next Presidential Debate
For a short time this year, climate change took a break from the headlines. But it is back on the radar. Topics for the upcoming Presidential Debate (airing Oct. 22) have been released, and climate change made the list. If this debate is anything like the last one, it...
Energy Efficiency State-by-State
On average, American families spent around $2,000 a year on utility bills. And they spend roughly another $2,000 on fuel for the car. This year it is very likely that the utility bills will be much higher as a result of all the lockdowns. Electricity bills increased year-over-year in...
Nuclear Power Plants - A Matter of National Security
As a nation, we are quickly losing our ability to produce domestic uranium for the fabrication of nuclear fuel. State-owned enterprises, most disturbingly those in Russia and China, are on track to surpass the United States as a world leader in nuclear energy. It would be oxymoronic to gain...
Long Ridge Energy Terminal Plans Transition to Hydrogen
Seeking a more clean energy alternative, Long Ridge Energy Terminal of Hannibal, Ohio, announced its intentions to convert the 485 MW power plant to carbon-free hydrogen. Focusing on collaboration, Long Ridge is joining forces with New Fortress Energy and GE to accomplish the goal of offering carbon-free power to...
EPA Validates Oklahoma Governor Stitt’s Request for State Environmental Oversight
Oklahoma once again finds itself in the center of conflict between state government and the Tribal Nation. Responding to Governor Stitt’s July 22 letter, the EPA recently granted his request for the state’s authority to administer EPA programs in Indian Country. Land situated within the boundaries of the tribal...
Texas A&M Improving Nuclear Power
Researchers have long been looking for new ways of producing nuclear power. However, this area of research is fraught with problems, not the least of which are time and money. But there is progress being made. According to Texas A&M Today, “Researchers in the Nuclear Engineering and Science Center (NESC)...
Supreme Court Accepts Climate Change vs. Fossil Fuels
It has not been unheard of for cities, states and groups to sue large fossil fuel companies over climate change and the effects it is allegedly having around the world. While those cases tend to fizzle out over the years, there have been dozens filed recently. Everywhere you look Eight cities...
Saudi Arabia: Preparing for another wave?
Saudi Arabia’s crude oil exports rose in September to around 6.2 million barrels per day (bpd). This looks to mainly be due to increased buying from India and South Korea. Just a month ago, Saudi Arabia was exporting roughly 5.7 million bpd. In August, OPEC and OPEC+ production restrictions...
Carbon Capture Technology Gets a Boost
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is investing in furthering the technology behind carbon capture and storage. A total of $72 million has been announced to give a boost to the technology. That $72 million will be split between two funding opportunities. Carbon Capture Awards Split Two Ways According to World Nuclear...
Alpha Energy, Inc. Eyes Kadence Petroleum, LLC’s Logan 2 Assets
Like the wheeling and dealing common in a game of Monopoly, energy companies are surveying their competitors, as well as their assets. Appealing to the same notion, Alpha Energy, Inc.seems to be scouting what looks attractive. Kadence Petroleum’s Logan 2 Project assets in Oklahoma are included in an option agreement...
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