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In a bold statement, the Exxon-Mobil corporation announced it will exit oil and gas operations in Russia’s far east Sakhalin Island – leaving over $4 billion in assets behind and putting the future of a proposed multibillion-dollar Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) facility in limbo.
In our March 2021 newsletter, Inflation Risk & What You Need to Know, we sounded warning bells about the possible risk of inflation. It turns out, we were right.
So, what’s the energy outlook for 2022? Here is my best guess at some of the opportunities and challenges for the energy industry.
A recent study analyzing the global plastic supply chain found that the impact of plastic products, in general, are causing greater harm to the environment than previously thought.
The world-renowned Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), in collaboration with a Bill Gates backed start-up called Commonwealth Fusion Systems (CFS), has announced the completion of a major milestone test of an array of powerful magnets that could make a fusion energy power plant possible in the near future.
Natural gas prices have spiked around the globe in recent months forcing many companies to halt natural gas based processes to avoid losses.
The Electrification of All Things and Floating Offshore Wind. Can This New Technology Satisfy the World’s Appetite for Clean Energy?
Floating offshore wind (FOW) could play a major role in a clean energy supply.
The Orbital 02 wave turbine by Orbital Marine Power could power up to 2,000 homes for the next 15 years.
The US average price per gallon of gas increased 2 ½ cents this week to $3.09. That is up over 5 cents from last month and 91 cents higher than last year, according to the price tracking app GasBuddy.
National Grid is exploring the potential for a 1,243 mile hydrogen pipeline network to deliver hydrogen power to consumers by 2030.
President Biden has introduced an extremely ambitious infrastructure plan which Democrats will try to pass through congress.
The most important factor to consider as we address climate change and move toward a renewable energy future is how to build a reliable infrastructure.
The Biden administration is looking to spend big money to the tune of $1.9 trillion to propel an economic recovery, while at the same time the Federal Reserve is doing all it can to hold down interest rates until the economy bounces back.
The Keystone XL project would carry 830,000 barrels per day of crude oil from Canada to Nebraska. Most of that output would be sent to US refineries.