Tagged Environment

LNG Outlook: Robust Demand, Supply Driving a Lower Carbon Future

By Energy in Depth Global natural gas demand, increased supplies from U.S. producers, and investments in LNG capacity will continue to grow and generate additional environmental benefits, the recently released Shell LNG Outlook 2020 reports.The company’s fourth annual LNG outlook highlights key industry trends from the previous year and lays out LNG expectations spanning the…

Looking back at 2019 | SKF Wind News

By Philipp Schmid Environmental awareness, offshore expansion, and maintenance strategies all featured prominently in 2019 in wind energy. But how did they change the state of play, and what does the future hold? Click headline for full article Read Full Article Here For more great articles: The Energy Collective – The world’s best thinkers on…

Climate Matters: The Nature of Eco-McCarthyism

By Joel Stronberg House Minority Leader McCarthy (R-CA) has gone on record warning conservative Republicans that they are in danger of losing the support of voters under the age of 35 over the issue of climate change. To counter the Democrat’s talk of the Green New Deal and the Climate Leadership and Environmental Action for…

Bagel chain powering Texas locations through Engie wind farm

By WPED Staff Einstein Noah Restaurant Group announced a retail renewable energy agreement with ENGIE Resources to purchase energy produced by the Live Oak Wind Project in Schleicher County, Texas. The contract goes through 2023 and includes 100% of the electricity needs, or approximately 4,180 megawatt-hours annually, for all Einstein Bros. Bagels locations in Texas….

NABU objects to Gennaker offshore wind project #DEU

By National Wind Watch The German Nature And Biodiversity Conservation Union (NABU) has filed an objection against the building permit for the Gennaker offshore wind project. NABU states that installing the project’s 103 turbines some 10km north of Darß will result in massive environmental damage as the units will be located in the middle of…

Business Leaders Speak In Favor Of Proposed NEPA Reforms At Denver Hearing

By Energy in Depth Leaders from across Colorado and the nation spoke in favor of proposed reforms of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) at a White House Council on Environmental Quality hearing in Denver held earlier this week.The law, which governs the environmental review and permitting process for infrastructure development, hasn’t been updated since…

Draft Federal Data: Oil and Natural Gas Methane Emissions Continue to Fall

By Energy in Depth U.S. methane emissions continue to decline despite significant increases in oil and natural gas development, according to the latest Environmental Protection Agency data.EPA’s draft 2020 Greenhouse Gas Inventory shows that total U.S. methane emissions fell 1.2 percent from 2017 to 2018, continuing a trend that has seen these emissions reduced by…

Agency Report: Fracking Is Not Harming Streams in Pennsylvania

By Energy in Depth Pennsylvania’s shale industry is not having a negative impact on streams in the state, according to a new study by the U.S. Geological Survey, Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and the state Department of Environmental Protection. From the study:“No quantifiable relationships were identified between the intensity of [oil and…

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