Despite the U.S. Department of Energy’s recent pause on LNG export permits, Antero foresees LNG market growth for the rest of the decade—and plans to deliver.
A Vistra Corp. chief, ERCOT’s vice chairman and a private investor talk about what’s really happening on the U.S. grid, and it’s not just a Texas thing.
Proposed rules for the 45V hydrogen production tax credit leave blue hydrogen up in the air, but producers planning to use natural gas with carbon capture and storage have options.
The Inflation Reduction Act sections 45Q and 45Z are incentives to invest in energy transition and renewable energy projects, but they involve legal considerations to account for.
The industry must evaluate its price of carbon to prepare for the impact of a possible border tax.
Sources say the White House plans to add climate change considerations to LNG export approval process.
Growing party infighting makes Washington, D.C., a difficult place for the energy industry to get things done.
With an expectedly close presidential election and small margins of control in both houses of Congress, more policy and regulatory unpredictability is certain for the U.S. oil and gas industry.
Natural gas mergers can bring more federal attention, and Chesapeake and Southwestern’s dominant positions in the Haynesville Shale and Appalachian Basin are likely to raise eyebrows.