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July 14, 2024

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Dragos
Dragos: Cyber Landscape Remained Volatile in 2022
The 2022 cyber threat landscape included new malware targeting the electric industry with “breakthrough escalation in capabilities,” a new report says.
Institute for Policy Integrity
Bottlenecks, Cybersecurity, EJ Top of Mind for FERC’s Phillips
FERC's Willie Phillips joined the Institute for Policy Integrity to discuss a shifting U.S. energy landscape and how FERC is aiding the clean power transition.
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EU Retreat from Competition, Ukraine Conflict Seen Impacting US Energy Markets
Europe's retreat from electric competition and single-price clearing auctions are trends that could spread to the U.S., the IPPNY Fall Conference was told.
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Response to Russian Invasion Undermining Budget Reconciliation Effort, Former Murkowski Aide Says
Bipartisan efforts to craft a response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine are threatening tax breaks for renewables and storage, a former Senate aide told EBA.
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Cancel: Info Sharing Critical in Response to Russo-Ukraine Conflict
E-ISAC CEO Manny Cancel said the conflict between Russia and Ukraine has inspired an "unprecedented" level of information sharing regarding cyber threats.
House E&C Committee
GOP to Granholm: ‘You’re Anti-Fossil Fuels, Aren’t You?’
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said the United States will boost its liquified natural gas exports to 15 billion cubic feet per day by the end of the year.
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CISA Issues Fresh Russia Cyber Warnings
CISA joined other U.S. and global security agencies to issue the most comprehensive warning yet of Russia's cyberwarfare intentions.
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E-ISAC Warns of Escalating Russian Cyber Threats
The emergence of new malware directed at electric utilities illustrates that Russia's war with Ukraine may be in a dangerous new phase, experts warned.
2022 International Energy Agency
Shell CEO: Sector-based Mandates Critical for Global Energy Transition
Shell CEO Ben van Beurden said at IEA’s Ministerial in Paris that clean technology mandates can give customers affordable products for the energy transition.
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Cyberattacks More Likely as Russo-Ukrainian War Continues
Experts warned that growing Russian frustration with the invasion of Ukraine could lead the country to escalate its cyber strategy in unpredictable ways.

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