ERCOT’s frequent energy conservation alerts this summer only serve to remind Texans the grid has not been fixed in the face of unaccountable bureaucracy.
In this Hart Energy LIVE exclusive interview, Hart's Nissa Darbonne and CEO of Lapis Energy Reg Manhas talk opportunities to utilize carbon and the need for states to progress sequestration opportunities.
Speaking at Hart Energy’s Carbon & ESG Strategies conference, Vanessa T. Ryan, Chevron’s manager of methane reduction, said some of the newest and most effective tech developed to find methane leaks has been turned away by federal regulatory agencies.
The pandemic’s wild SPAC boom helped launch several new public companies in the energy space. But federal intervention and souring investor appetites brought the historic boom back down to earth.
Luis Vicente León, president of Datanalisis, Venezuela’s top polling firm, spoke with Hart Energy in an exclusive interview about Venezuela’s oil sector under the weight of U.S. sanctions, potential gas exports to Trinidad and Tobago and the shape of the country’s 2024 presidential elections.
Proposed rule would update decommissioning financial assurance requirements for offshore activities.
Revisions to 2019 rule will create safer and environmentally responsible energy operations.
U.S. lawmakers resurrect NOPEC legislation with anti-fossil fuel context, inserting convoluted nuance into challenging geopolitics and complex industry dynamics.
Murkiness remains for projects involving water, despite clarity from Supreme Court on the limits of EPA’s power.
Lake Charles LNG is facing regulatory hurdles with the Department of Energy, Energy Transfer executives said during second-quarter earnings call.