Month: January 2023
Ready or not, here it comes. Sub-$3 Henry Hub gas prices are here, and the culprit isn’t hard to identify. January gas storage withdrawals have
Little is known about how the large-scale development of low-carbon hydrogen would ultimately affect traditional energy commodities, like natural gas. Different forms of hydrogen could
As a result of the bumpy recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic, inflation has become a key source of risk in the oil & gas industry.
The EPA estimates that the emissions from airplanes used in commercial aviation and large business jets account for 10% of all U.S. transportation greenhouse gas
With construction underway on Occidental’s (NYSE: OXY) 500 kt direct air capture (DAC) project in Ector County, Texas, which is also the world’s largest, questions
Last November, NERC warned that large portions of the North American power grid are at risk of insufficient supply during peak winter conditions. A little