Emissions

Southwestern Eyes Upping Supply to LNG Corridor, Secures Additional Transport Service

Southwestern Eyes Upping Supply to LNG Corridor, Secures Additional Transport Service

Southwestern Energy Co. said Friday that it was reinforcing its long term flow assurance to U.S. LNG facilities by adding 500 MMcf/d of new firm transportation starting in 2024. The transport to the Gulf Coast liquefied natural gas corridor would be on Momentum Midstream LLC’s 1.7 Bcf/d New Generation Gas Gathering system and DT Midstream…

November 2, 2022
Canadian Policymakers Working to Shield Consumers as Energy Transition Edges Forward

Canadian Policymakers Working to Shield Consumers as Energy Transition Edges Forward

Canadian provincial governments have moved to shield customers in four major regions from increased costs associated with federal greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction policies that had previously fallen between the cracks. The moves by Alberta, Ontario. Nova Scotia and Quebec tackle a gap left by the carbon tax, a cornerstone of Canada’s GHG reduction policy. The…

October 25, 2022
What Energy Technologies and Services Advance Natural Gas Industry’s Net-Zero Emissions Goals? – Listen Now to NGI’s Hub & Flow

What Energy Technologies and Services Advance Natural Gas Industry’s Net-Zero Emissions Goals? – Listen Now to NGI’s Hub & Flow

Click here to listen to the latest episode of NGI’s Hub & Flow, which discusses decarbonization methods marketed to the natural gas industry, some of which may work while others may be nothing but hot air. In this podcast, NGI Senior Energy Analyst Shaylon Stolk discusses how pressure from regulators and investors has the natural…

October 10, 2022
What Energy Technologies and Services Advance Natural Gas Industry’s Net-Zero Emissions Goals? Listen Now to NGI’s Hub & Flow

What Energy Technologies and Services Advance Natural Gas Industry’s Net-Zero Emissions Goals? Listen Now to NGI’s Hub & Flow

Click here to listen to the latest episode of NGI’s Hub & Flow, which discusses decarbonization methods marketed to the natural gas industry, some of which may work while others may be nothing but hot air. In this podcast, NGI Senior Energy Analyst Shaylon Stolk discusses how pressure from regulators and investors has the natural…

October 4, 2022
New York Hydrogen-Natural Gas Blending Study Offers Mixed Results to Cut Emissions

New York Hydrogen-Natural Gas Blending Study Offers Mixed Results to Cut Emissions

Carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions declined by about 14% when 35% of hydrogen by volume was blended with natural gas to generate electricity in a demonstration project commissioned by the New York Power Authority (NYPA), and could fall further with more hydrogen added to the mix. However, more work needs to be done to study the…

October 4, 2022
Europe’s Sustainable Label for Natural Gas, Nuclear Under Fire

Europe’s Sustainable Label for Natural Gas, Nuclear Under Fire

More than a dozen non-governmental (NGO) and environmental organizations are challenging the European Union’s (EU) decision to label natural gas and nuclear as sustainable investments under a law adopted in July. The EU taxonomy under the Climate Delegated Act (CDA)  is a classification system established to clarify which investments are considered sustainable. The groups opposing…

September 26, 2022
Seven Midwest States Collaborating to Vie for Hydrogen Hub to Create Jobs, Lower Emissions 

Seven Midwest States Collaborating to Vie for Hydrogen Hub to Create Jobs, Lower Emissions 

A coalition of seven Midwest states plan to compete for a hydrogen hub designed to expand local economies, decrease emissions and reduce costs. The Midwest Hydrogen Coalition (M-H2) was formalized last week by the governors of Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin. The aim is to snag a share of an $8 billion…

September 26, 2022
NW Natural Testing Natural Gas in Oregon Turquoise Hydrogen Pilot

NW Natural Testing Natural Gas in Oregon Turquoise Hydrogen Pilot

Portland, OR-based natural gas utility NW Natural is preparing for carbon neutrality by 2050 with plans to inject hydrogen into its natural gas distribution system.  NW Natural expects to begin a pilot at its Central Portland facility in early 2023 with technology installations from sustainable heat and power technology company Modern Electron. The pilot would…

July 29, 2022
SCOTUS Ruling on Power Plant Emissions Seen as Warning to Federal Agencies to Tread Lightly

SCOTUS Ruling on Power Plant Emissions Seen as Warning to Federal Agencies to Tread Lightly

This week’s Supreme Court ruling in the case of West Virginia v. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) should be interpreted as a warning to federal agencies not to overstep their explicit statutory authority in crafting regulations, according to legal and energy experts. At the heart of the case was whether EPA had legal authority under section…

July 1, 2022
Mexico’s AMLO Pledges $2B to Curb Pemex Methane Leaks as ESG Concerns Mount

Mexico’s AMLO Pledges $2B to Curb Pemex Methane Leaks as ESG Concerns Mount

Mexico’s state oil company Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) plans to invest $2 billion to reduce upstream methane emissions by up to 98%, Mexico’s president Andrés Manuel López Obrador said Friday. The investment is one of 10 actions Mexico is undertaking to fight climate change, the president said in a video address to the Major Economies Forum…

June 22, 2022
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