Month: January 2022
The Blueprint for Methane Emissions Reduction: Colorado
As the oil and gas industry continues to focus on emissions reduction, multiple states are helping speed up those cuts through legislation. New Mexico has
US Energy Basins May Become Hubs of CO2 Direct Air Capture
As a response to climate change, negative emission technologies (NETs) may become a crucial part of carbon neutrality. Previously covered by BTU, Carbon Capture and
As Temperatures Cool, Emissions Heat Up in New England
The cold is setting in and the snow is starting to pick up in New England, which means furnaces are working overtime. New England has
Permian Basin Experiences Early January Freeze Off
While fall and early winter saw sustained unseasonably mild temperatures throughout most of the country, the New Year brought bitterly cold weather to many regions
Margins are Good in the Oil Patch Despite Investor Indifference
2022 is a pretty good time to be an oil and gas company. That statement might surprise casual energy market observers, who read constant headlines
Will New Oil and Gas Infrastructure Be Required for Producers to Meet Their ESG Goals in the Permian?
In the Permian Basin, numerous oil and gas producers have committed to eliminate routine flaring and limit non-routine flaring to a share of total production.