Tagged Global Warming

Economics of Blue Hydrogen Production

By Roger Arnold Earlier this year, Nils Rokke, executive VP for Sustainability at Norwegian research conglomerate SINTEF, contributed an article to Forbes about hydrogen production. The title, Blue Hydrogen Isn’t the Climate Enemy, It’s Part of the Solution, nicely captures the bottom line of the article. It’s a sentiment with which I heartily concur. Production…

Ten Little Euphemisms: What Do They Portend for Climate Policy?

By Joel Stronberg It should come as no surprise that the oil and gas industry is attempting to use the current crises of energy security and inflationary prices to its advantage. To that end, the American Petroleum Institute (API) has released a ten-point plan they deem is responsive to these current events. The Institute’s pitch…

EVs – Early Summer, 2022

By John Benson This post will continue to explore my ongoing theme, and mainly focus of the low end of the EV Market, including exploring how we might get to $25K EV. Section 3 will look at two mid-range EV crossovers that are emerging from a familiar partnership. The last sections of this post will…

Certified Gas in Haynesville Spurs Growth

By Christian Lin My structured summary of SPGlobal’s article on why certified gas is becoming a driving force for investments, M&A, and development in East Texas. Certainly a trend to keep track of as LNG exports and new gas pipelines develop in the region because it can potentially offer a meaningful differentiation for imposing price…

Offshore wind boosted as Biden, East Coast governors team up

By Renewable Energy World By MATTHEW DALY Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House is launching a formal partnership with 11 East Coast governors to boost the growing offshore wind industry, a key element of President Joe Biden’s plan for climate change. At a White House meeting on Thursday, Biden administration officials will meet…

How the flying fuel cell works

By Charley Rattan MTU is working on a revolutionary propulsion concept, the FFC, which aims to achieve virtually emissions-free flight through complete electrification of the powertrain. The core of the system is the fuel cell stacks. The electrochemical conversion of hydrogen into electricity is highly efficient. Moreover, the electrochemical reaction takes place under considerably cooler…

Visualizing Permian Oil & Gas Production (Through March 2022)

By Enno Peters This article contains still images from the interactive dashboards available in the original blog post. To follow the instructions in this article, please use the interactive dashboards. Furthermore, they allow you to uncover other insights as well. Visit the blog to explore the full interactive dashboard This interactive presentation contains the latest…

Clarifying the Terminology Around Emissions Reductions

By Joyce Bone It seems that nearly every day, a company is making some type of claim with respect to its carbon emissions. Some state that they intend to be “net-zero” by a certain date, while others shoot for being “carbon neutral.” Still, others are staking out positions to become “carbon negative” or becoming “24/7…

Paradise Energy Solutions covers entire rounded commercial roof with solar

By Billy Ludt Paradise Energy Solutions helped a Pennsylvania printing company decrease its energy costs by installing solar across two of its buildings. Mercersburg Printing, a commercial design and printing company, now hosts a 447-kW array made of 1,092 Axitec solar panels, supplying 466,052 kWh of electricity annually. Between printing presses, climate control, and lighting,…

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