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Exclusive: Tenaris’ Zanotti: Pipes are a ‘Matter of National Security’

COVID-19 showed the world that long supply chains are not reliable, and that if oil is a matter of U.S. national security, then in turn, so is pipe, said Luca Zanotti, U.S. president for steel pipe manufacturer Tenaris at CERAWeek by S&P Global. 

BKV CEO: Texas Grid Needs More Combined Cycle NatGas Plants

BKV CEO Chris Kalnin dives into the "core issue" of Texas' renewable grid and how the company is increasing production as the the largest producer in the Barnett Shale, in this Hart Energy Exclusive interview. 

Svante CEO on Reducing ‘Friction’ in the Carbon Capture Marketplace

Svante President and CEO Claude Letourneau discusses the challenges — and progress made — with capturing carbon emissions with Jordan Blum, Hart Energy’s editorial director.

Chevron Adds to Carbon Capture Tech Portfolio with ION Investment

Chevron New Energies led a funding round that raised $45 million in Series A financing for ION Clean Energy, according to a news release.

Exclusive: Despite Complexities, Carbon Capture has a 'Huge' Opportunity

Ken Gilmartin, the CEO of engineering company Wood, shares the importance of digitization's role in traditional oil and gas and the energy transition, and overcoming challenges facing carbon capture, in this Hart Energy Exclusive interview. 

BKV CEO Chris Kalnin says ‘Forgotten’ Barnett Ripe for Refracs

The Barnett Shale is “ripe for fracs” and offers opportunities to boost natural gas production to historic levels, BKV Corp. CEO and Founder Chris Kalnin said at the DUG GAS+ Conference and Expo.

API Gulf Coast Head Touts Global Emissions Benefits of US LNG

The U.S. and Louisiana have the ability to change global emissions through the export of LNG, although new applications have been frozen by the Biden administration.

SLB to Acquire Majority Stake in Aker Carbon Capture

SLB and Aker Carbon Capture plan to combine their technology portfolios, expertise and operations platforms to bring carbon capture technologies to market faster and more economically, SLB said in a news release.

Going Green? Kraft Seeks $170MM from DOE for ‘Delicious Decarbonization’

Kraft Heinz, a $43 billion food company, is seeking to reduce its annual emissions by 99% through a Department of Energy grant.

DOE Considers Technip, LanzaTech For $200MM ‘Breakthrough’ Technology Award

The U.S. Department of Energy funding will be used to develop technology that turns CO2 into sustainable ethylene.