Cheniere Energy’s move to start providing greenhouse gas emissions data associated with each LNG cargo produced is a “critical first step for the industry” to improve its environmental performance, says CEO Jack Fusco.
E-frac fleets reduce emissions by 99% compared to conventional diesel powered fleets, says Matt Moncla, chief commercial officer at Houston-based U.S. Well Services.
“There are a lot of economic advantages from shale production and some foreign policy advantages,” says IHS Markit Vice-Chairman and energy guru Daniel Yergin. “And Joe Biden is a foreign policy person.”
Glick announces new effort to consider interests of residents near fossil fuel projects.
The newly formed Alternative Energy Group within Energy Transfer will be led by Tom Mason and continue the Dallas-based pipeline operator’s focus on renewable energy projects that started in 2019 with a Permian Basin solar deal.
The Texas Methane & Flaring Coalition is comprised of trade associations and over 40 operators working to develop industry-led solutions designed to mitigate and reduce methane emissions and flaring in the Lone Star State.
Global supermajor Royal Dutch Shell will still rely on revenue from its oil and gas division to pay for shareholder returns and the energy transition.
The century-old oilfield services company launched Halliburton Labs last year as a program to provide a collaborative environment to advance cleaner, affordable energy.
In a letter to fellow Democrat Joe Biden, Sen. Joe Manchin said that even without the Keystone XL pipeline, the oil would still find its way to the U.S. by rail and truck.