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Eager Competitors Challenge Qatar’s Reign as LNG Heavyweight

Eager Competitors Challenge Qatar’s Reign as LNG Heavyweight

In recent years, Qatar – with a population of only 2 million –  has become the quintessential heavyweight in the global liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry. The small Middle Eastern country has been the world’s largest LNG exporter since 2006, and has made spectacular profits, particularly from 2011 to mid-last year, riding the crest of record… Keep reading →

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It’s been 60 years in the making and it’s finally here: America’s power generation fleet has changed so much since the 1950s, and especially over the last decade, that the amount of carbon we emit per megawatt-hour of electricity produced has dropped to its lowest point in recorded history. In fact, 2015 could be the… Keep reading →

Costa Rica Uses 100 Percent Renewable Energy For A Record 75 Days

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Oil Boom Shifts The Landscape Of Rural North Dakota

The U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) new Annual Energy Outlook for 2015 contains a number of stats, charts and projections, but you could boil them down to a couple of important points. First, oil and natural gas are and will continue to be the foundation of an all-of-the-above energy approach that’s key to continued U.S.… Keep reading →

As Drilling At Relief Well Continues, Gulf Coast Toils Over Spill Recovery

Oil has been leaking into the Gulf of Mexico at the site where a hurricane-triggered mudslide toppled a drilling platform off the coast of Louisiana for over a decade, according to an Associated Press investigation. “Evidence that the slow-motion spill is far worse than platform owner Taylor Energy Company has publicly reported during its secretive —… Keep reading →

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WASHINGTON—Building on the President’s all-of-the-above energy strategy and efforts to expand clean energy innovation, the Department of Energy today awarded more than $5 million to undergraduate and graduate students pursuing nuclear engineering degrees and other nuclear science and engineering programs relevant to nuclear energy. The awards include 59 undergraduate scholarships and 32 graduate-level fellowships for… Keep reading →

Congressional Panel Approves Legislation On Iran Nuclear Deal

As Default Deadline Nears, Congress Continues Debate Debt Ceiling Plan

Yesterday, the Senate Foreign Relations Committee unanimously passed legislation that would allow Congress to review—and potentially block—any final deal reached with Iran over its nuclear program. The Iran Nuclear Agreement Review Act of 2015 (S.615) would also prevent the Obama Administration from immediately suspending sanctions against Iran during an initial 30-day congressional review period.

Obama's New Proposed Regulations On Coal Energy Production Met With Ire Through Kentucky's Coal Country

Canada’s premiers – most of them, anyway – gathered in Quebec City this week to talk climate. But host Philippe Couillard, premier of Quebec, said provincial and territorial leaders can’t do it all on their own. “(W)e call upon the federal government right now to start working with us, first technically, then with the ministers,… Keep reading →

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The next winter is approaching fast in natural gas terms. While temperatures are slowly rising in the Northern Hemisphere and the cherry blossoms around the Tidal Basin in Washington, DC hit peak bloom over the weekend, across the pond the EU Commission kicked off a fresh series of trilateral gas talks between Russia, the Ukraine… Keep reading →

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U.S. wind energy industry leaders went to Texas on Wednesday to release their annual market report and highlight wind’s continuing successes and benefits there. A couple of their selling points were familiar – cheap and clean power – but there was another item that got big emphasis this year, and you’re likely to hear a… Keep reading →

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Future can be far more efficient if we only adopted superior existing technology  Improving energy productivity – getting more output from each unit of energy input – has long been recognized as a sensible thing to do. A recent report by ECOFYS documents just how sensible it can be in driving economic growth, creating jobs… Keep reading →

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