Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Rick Perry is traveling to India to meet with government officials and stakeholders in the private sector to discuss growing U.S.-India energy ties.
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Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Rick Perry told a House panel Thursday that new legislation from Congress, rather than a rarely invoked provision within the Federal Power Act (FPA), may be a more appropriate vehicle for helping to keep uneconomic coal and nuclear power plants running.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry told the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that he doesn’t believe U.S. shale production will be a spoiler of global oil and natural gas prices in 2018, and he also is skeptical of projections that unconventional production is unsustainable long-term.
Four days before he is scheduled to give the first State of the Union (SOTU) address of his presidency, President Trump on Friday bragged about his administration enacting comprehensive tax reform and paring down government regulations to an international audience, but he made scant comments regarding U.S. oil and gas abundance.
FERC reasserted its independence and kept to a fuel-neutral path when it voted unanimously last week to reject a controversial notice of proposed rulemaking (NOPR) by the Department of Energy (DOE) to change the nation’s grid reliability and resilience policies, according to Commissioners Neil Chatterjee and Cheryl LaFleur.
Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Rick Perry has granted FERC Chairman Kevin McIntyre’s request for a one-month extension to study DOE’s controversial notice of proposed rulemaking (NOPR), despite the “urgency” of the proposal.
Hours after being sworn in as FERC chair on Thursday, Kevin McIntyre sent a letter to Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary Rick Perry, asking for another month to study the controversial notice of proposed rulemaking (NOPR), which faces a Monday deadline.
Secretary of Energy Rick Perry in the last few days was making a pitch to export natural gas to the Middle East, opening up U.S. markets, while Russia is prowling for more customers in Asia and elsewhere with the startup of a massive project in the coldest part of the world.
A bipartisan group of eight former FERC Commissioners, including five former Chairmen, has joined the growing chorus of voices speaking out against the Department of Energy’s (DOE) proposed rulemaking (NOPR) to implement reforms on the reliability and resiliency of the electricity grid.
The Department of Energy’s (DOE) recent proposal to provide reliability and resiliency compensation to coal and nuclear baseload generators was meant to both open a national debate on the topic and to direct FERC to take action, DOE Secretary Rick Perry said Thursday.