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Houston Looking to Hold Title as Nation’s Energy Capital with Low-Carbon Tech Growth, 500,000-Plus Jobs

Houston Looking to Hold Title as Nation’s Energy Capital with Low-Carbon Tech Growth, 500,000-Plus Jobs

Houston, the acknowledged energy capital of the United States, can lure substantial investments and create thousands of jobs by stepping up to lead the transition to a low-carbon future, top city leaders said this week. The Greater Houston Partnership on Tuesday unveiled a bold strategy for the fourth largest city in the country. In kicking…

June 30, 2021
BP Looking to Hydrogen Expansion to ‘Reinvent’ Natural Gas

BP Looking to Hydrogen Expansion to ‘Reinvent’ Natural Gas

Hydrogen has the power to “reinvent” natural gas, and BP plc is looking to take the lead in the transition, a top executive said earlier this month. BP’s energy economics team and the International Energy Agency (IEA) are forecasting a big role for hydrogen in the transition from fossil fuels to alternative energies. BP Executive…

June 28, 2021
Mexico ‘Ideal’ for Hydrogen Development, Association President Says

Mexico ‘Ideal’ for Hydrogen Development, Association President Says

“Companies that have joined the Mexican Hydrogen Association consider that there is large potential for green hydrogen development in Mexico, particularly given the country’s geographic location and access to abundant renewable energy sources,” Israel Hurtado, president of the Mexican Hydrogen Association, told NGI’s Mexico Gas Price Index. “Members of the industry are looking at green hydrogen…

June 25, 2021
ConEd Looking to Power New York City’s Future with Natural Gas, Mix of Renewables

ConEd Looking to Power New York City’s Future with Natural Gas, Mix of Renewables

With New York City aiming by 2040 to achieve net-zero electricity emissions, along with using 100% renewables and a ban on fossil fuel use in all new buildings, the Big Apple’s largest utility, Consolidated Edison Inc. (ConEd), has begun to make big adjustments, CEO Timothy Cawley said Tuesday. Our Energy Policy, an energy issues nonprofit,…

June 17, 2021
TotalEnergies Takes Stake in World’s Largest Hydrogen Taxi Owner

TotalEnergies Takes Stake in World’s Largest Hydrogen Taxi Owner

In a move to emphasize its rebranding to a broad energy company, French supermajor TotalEnergies SE has acquired a 20% stake in Hysetco, which owns the largest hydrogen taxi fleet in the world. Hysetco has about 700 taxis in Paris and it operates a network of hydrogen stations. The company was established in 2015 under…

June 15, 2021
NGVs Still Choice Among Fleets, but EVs Said Favored Longer Term

NGVs Still Choice Among Fleets, but EVs Said Favored Longer Term

The energy transition is pushing natural gas vehicles (NGV) aside for battery electric vehicles (EV), according to new research. “The State of Sustainable Fleets 2021,” issued in late May by consultancy Gladstein, Neandross and Associates, said imminent climate change priorities make EVs the ultimate solution. The report was sponsored by transportation fueling, manufacturing and leasing…

June 10, 2021
DOE Looking to Shrink Cost of Hydrogen in Net-Zero Drive

DOE Looking to Shrink Cost of Hydrogen in Net-Zero Drive

In the first stage of its latest program to expedite advancements in cleaner energy solutions, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) is aiming to reduce the cost of hydrogen from $5.00/kilogram to $1.00 within one decade.  While the energy industry has started to add hydrogen to its mix, there are still several obstacles in the…

June 9, 2021
Williams Pairing With Microsoft to Advance Net-Zero Emissions Goals; Efforts to Include Renewable Natural Gas

Williams Pairing With Microsoft to Advance Net-Zero Emissions Goals; Efforts to Include Renewable Natural Gas

Williams, which owns one of the largest natural gas pipeline systems in the United States, said it joined forces with technology stalwart Microsoft Corp. to explore new ways to transform its energy infrastructure network as it pursues a net-zero emissions ambition. “Williams is committed to helping our customers achieve their sustainability goals while meeting energy…

June 3, 2021
Canadian Natural Gas Demand Growth Said Coming from LNG Exports, Hydrogen Blends

Canadian Natural Gas Demand Growth Said Coming from LNG Exports, Hydrogen Blends

Canadian natural gas production growth in the next three decades will rely on overseas exports, as well as blending with hydrogen as a demand substitute for fossil fuels, according to new research. Liquefied natural gas (LNG) tanker cargoes and hydrogen derived from well flows are more than 80% of potential Alberta and British Columbia (BC)…

May 26, 2021
Oil, Gas Companies Sharply Transforming for Energy Transition Said Likely to See More Growth

Oil, Gas Companies Sharply Transforming for Energy Transition Said Likely to See More Growth

With more than 66% of oil and gas companies preparing to fundamentally reinvent business over the next three years, those proposing the most radical transformations may see double the revenue and margin growth compared to those least committed to change, according to a new report. The report, “Necessity is the Mother of (Re)invention” from Accenture…

May 25, 2021
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