Industry expert Tom McNulty joins Energy Policy Watch to discuss the ongoing energy crisis in Europe plus how the U.S. can avoid making the same mistakes in its energy transition.
Spire has warned that the shutdown of its STL pipeline in Missouri, designed to deliver up to 400 MMcf/d of gas, could cause gas outages for as many as 400,000 in St. Louis this winter.
One of the U.S. Gulf of Mexico’s largest public independent producers, Talos Energy launched an initiative earlier this year to target carbon capture and storage opportunities along the U.S. Gulf Coast.
While the news about COVID-19 and supply/demand fundamentals remain favorable, Stratas Advisors says they see other factors that will moderate oil prices.
Research shows abandoned offshore oil platforms can be repurposed for a multitude of purposes including carbon capture and storage.
The pipeline project has faced resistance from the United States, which says the pipeline will increase Europe's reliance on Russian energy.
Underinvestment and maintenance problems have slowed down efforts by Angola and Nigeria to pump more.
White House staffers are revising the legislation due to strong opposition from Senator Joe Manchin, the centrist Democrat from coal-rich West Virginia whose vote is crucial to its passage.
Once gone to waste, flared gas is becoming the energy source of choice to power advanced computing systems used for cryptocurrency.
Carsten Fritsch, analyst at Commerzbank, said the surge in oil prices was due to a tight market, as shown by the 12-month forward curve and the premium at which the first-month futures contract is trading to the second.