Hy Stor Energy LP and Connor, Clark & Lunn Infrastructure (CC&L) are partnering to develop what they claim will be the first-ever zero-carbon green hydrogen storage hub in the United States. The proposed Mississippi Clean Hydrogen Hub reportedly will be up to 10 times larger than any other U.S. green hydrogen project and rank among…
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Covington, LA-based LLOG Exploration Offshore LLC has pulled the trigger on the Taggart discovery in the Gulf of Mexico, which would be developed via a tieback to the Devil’s Tower deepwater spar. The Mississippi Canyon (MC) Block 816 discovery in 5,650 feet of water would be tied back to the spar in MC Block 773,…
Fracture sand specialist U.S. Silica Holdings Inc. has acquired Mississippi Sand LLC, a Missouri-based sand mining and logistics company, a transaction that adds 1.2 million tons of annual capacity.
Mississippi Power Co.’s “clean coal” facility in Kemper County, MS, may end up only burning natural gas after state regulators took steps this week to prevent cost recovery for the “unproven” coal gasifier and carbon capture facilities.
Southern Company subsidiary Mississippi Power’s clean coal project in Kemper County, MS, has generated its first electricity using syngas produced from Mississippi lignite, the utility said Wednesday.
A developer is offering capacity in a new western region natural gas storage project at the same time projects in the Gulf Coast region — the traditional gas supply area — have struggled and storage capacity there has beenunderutilized.
Dallas-based exploration and production company Aresco LP has acquired “a substantial working interest” in the Tuscaloosa Marine Shale (TMS) in Louisiana and Mississippi.
Sempra Energy’s U.S. Gas & Power (USG&P) unit has told FERC that it won’t pursue a fourth cavern at its Mississippi Hub storage facility in Simpson County, MS, asking the agency to vacate a pending application for expansion of the 22.3 Bcf facility.
Mississippi Power has placed into commercial operation the Kemper County energy facility’s combined cycle unit and expects to begin converting locally mined lignite coal into synthetic natural gas to power the unit beginning later this year, the company said Thursday.
An attempt by the Mississippi Development Authority (MDA) to lease parts of the Mississippi Sound for natural gas drilling stalled Thursday after a judge said the economic impact review was inadequate.