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BP’s Archaea Energy, Republic Services Startup Indiana RNG Facility

The Fort Wayne, Indiana RNG facility is designed to process 6,400 cf of landfill gas per minute into RNG, the companies say.

US LNG to Asia Has Lower Emissions Profile than Coal, Rystad Says

LNG emissions are up to 50% lower on average than for coal-fired power generation, even when the fuel is shipped over long distances, according to new research from Rystad Energy.

Toxic Gas in Louisiana Air Far Exceeds Safe Levels, EPA Estimates, US Study Finds

EPA estimates were based on imperfect traditional toxic gas ethylene oxide monitoring methods, but a more recent study used a method that could more accurately measure EtO levels on site.

Regional Banks Take Advantage of Large Lenders’ Oil, Gas Hesitancy

Regional banks are picking up market share and rallying the U.S. upstream sector.

Balmoral Focusing on ‘Buoyant’ Offshore Wind Sector

Balmoral’s sales director Gary Yeoman discusses trends in the offshore energy industry and introduces the company’s scour protection system in this Hart Energy Exclusive interview.

Adding Green: HighPeak, Priority Power Advance WildHorse Solar

Developed and owned by Priority Power, the facility is expected to lower costs and minimize HighPeak’s greenhouse gas emissions.

Hunting for Heat: Chevron Talks Geothermal

Chevron New Energies’ vice president of CCUS Chris Powers recently shared his thoughts on the company’s geothermal efforts and what it will take to scale the sector.

Basket of Energies: Transition Needs Diversified Carbon Capture Solutions

As the world strives to reach emissions goals, experts from Kent discuss the necessity of a diverse energy portfolio that includes both hydrocarbons and new forms of energy.

Analyst: Energy Companies Should Prepare for Tighter Methane Regulations

Regardless of election’s outcome, investors will take emission reduction plans into consideration.

SEC Climate Rule: The Devil's in the Lack of Details

The Securities and Exchange Commission’s climate disclosure rules requires companies to report a lot of information — from greenhouse-gas emissions to potential weather impacts that could have a material business impact. But the devil’s in the lack of details.