The West Virginia Democrat and chair of the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy & Natural Resources supports carbon capture and dismisses any notion of eliminating fossil fuels.
From the effects of Keystone XL and President Joe Biden’s executive orders to updates on Permian Basin infrastructure, here’s a roundup of midstream construction projects across North America for November 2020 to March 2021.
Despite being the clean energy source voted most likely to succeed, the future of hydrogen still faces barriers in investment, storage, transportation and life-cycle emissions.
The loss of demand for Permian Basin crude oil collided with the completion of an aggressive campaign to build pipelines, but the story of natural gas balance in the region is unfolding nicely.
Without access to cheap gas, emerging economies will turn to coal, Tellurian CEO Simões warns, adding that ESG concerns are slowing needed investments to move the energy transition forward.
The energy transition is moving at a fast and furious pace, and the oil and gas industry not keeping up presents its own series of risks, including alienating investors and falling behind in recruiting talent.
French oil and gas giant Total is not backing away from fossil fuels as it builds its renewable and power business, CEO Patrick Pouyanné says.
The sector’s extensive natural gas pipeline network can be a tool to transporting cleaner fuels like hydrogen, CERAWeek panelists say, and maybe prompt investors to give oil and gas another look.
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