Nuclear Power Plants - A Matter of National Security
Turning heads with surprising news, the Pew Research Center recently released a poll showing that almost two-thirds of Americans prefer combating climate change without sacrificing the fossil fuel industry. Approximately 64% of the U.S. population prefer a balanced commingling of energy sources as the world moves into the future....
Responding to the costly cybersecurity breach of the Colonial pipeline, the pipeline sector received the first governmental regulation. Issued at the latter part of last week, the legislation is part of the Biden camp’s attempt to shore up the national infrastructure after the Colonial shutdown had drastic effects on...
Managing Solar and Storage Global Supply Chains in the Age of COVID-19
Now that it has become clear that the Texas legislature lacks the political will to enact new policies that are likely to stabilize Texas's highly-unstable power grid, many Texans with the financial means to do so will be looking for the best way to fortify their homes against the...
How Natural Gas Keeps Electricity Cheap and Plentiful in Pennsylvania
Hydrogen fuel has long been a consideration of the energy sector since President George W. Bush touted its possibilities in a 2003 address. Now, with the increased talks and emphasis thrust upon renewable energy, H2 finds itself back in the limelight with exciting notions of investigating its capabilities in...
Although it is far from new, political theater has ramped up to do nothing more than entertain those who recognize it for the uselessness that it is. The big topic of late is pipeline security and efficiency. Being no stranger to scrutiny and skepticism, the pipeline industry finds itself...
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In the wake of the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack, Governor Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan ignited additional concern with threats of legal action to drop the proverbial guillotine on Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline. Claiming easement violations and not anything of an immediate nature, the pipeline has been tagged with a stay...
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Colonial Pipeline Company discovered Friday it had fallen victim to a ransomware cyberattack that subsequently disrupted business and forced the operator to put certain systems of the domestic pipeline offline. As a result, all pipeline operations were suspended and impacted a portion of the company’s IT system. While these types...
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With increasing pressure being exhibited, zero carbon emissions goals are encompassed in the power sector future. Mandated by laws and even executive orders, 17 states presently plan to achieve totally carbon-free electricity within the next few decades. Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico are also following suit.  Continuing the cause, 46...
San Antonio, Texas — In the Oil Patch Radio Show has been added to the Salem Media family, adding up to 3,500 new stations to its broadcast schedule and hundreds of thousands of new listeners to the weekly show’s audience. The addition of the new partnering stations further adds...
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In a bold new move, Royal Dutch Shell announced it was considering a trial process of powering ships in Singapore with hydrogen fuel cells. If the project proves successful, the oil major will move forward with a cleaner and hydrogen-powered method of shipping. According to their research and data, all...
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