Europe is in a historic energy crisis, which will likely negatively impact the U.S. as shale gas exports increase, warned energy entrepreneur Thierry Lepercq.
In the race for $2 billion hydrogen hub funding, the U.S. Department of Energy will insist on $2 billion in matching funds.
A recent study concluded that diverting 15% of Ohio’s current Utica shale gas production to create hydrogen would be sufficient to satisfy existing demand.
Shale gas, the bane of environmentalists, is a key component of the Biden administration plans to decarbonize heavy industry.
FERC directed staff to begin an investigation of alleged illegal tree-cutting along the New York section of the Constitution Pipeline route.
Boston Pacific's sixth annual report for SPP focuses on “broad market and regulatory events” that could significantly impact its markets.
Kinder Morgan has scaled back a natural gas pipeline proposed for New England, but the changes will have little effect on the overall project.
The final session of the Mid-America Regulatory Conference brought together top RTO officials to discuss balancing short-term expectations with long-term planning.
Maggie Henry, an elderly organic farmer from Western Pennsylvania, has joined in protesting FERC's approval of natural gas projects and fracking.
Natural gas demand and production both set records in 2014, while gas trading declined for the fourth straight year, FERC reported last week.
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