Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Rick Perry plans to step down by the end of the year, he said in a letter to President Trump.
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Rick Perry is a big tent guy when it comes to energy, be it natural gas, oil, coal or renewables, and the Department of Energy (DOE) secretary is all ears to hear more about the proposed Green New Deal legislation now sparking bipartisan criticism, he said Wednesday.
The Trump administration looked to advance Lower 48 liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports to Europe along two fronts Tuesday, with one official saying the White House wants to help facilitate U.S. exports to the continent and another urging European allies not to participate in a pair of pipeline projects backed by Russia.
The annual cost to support coal and nuclear plants as proposed by the Trump administration could climb as high as $35 billion, according to a report from The Brattle Group.
Citing a “profound opportunity in Latin America,” Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Rick Perry said the U.S. government would partner with the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC) and invest $1 billion in Mexico’s energy sector over the next three years.
Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Rick Perry said the Trump administration does not currently have an estimate over how much a controversial proposal to extend a lifeline to struggling coal and nuclear power producers would ultimately cost.
Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry helped get the World Gas Conference (WGC) off to a rousing start on Tuesday, lauding technological innovation in the energy sector that would have been unheard of 30 years ago, the last time the conference was held in the United States.
Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Rick Perry told a House panel last week that he considers oil and natural gas pipelines to be an integral part of the nation’s energy security, and hinted that the Trump administration could cite national security as a means to thwart states trying to block such pipelines from being built.
FERC Chairman Kevin McIntyre provided some insight Thursday into the Commission’s approach to an ongoing examination of the resilience and reliability of the nation’s power grid.