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Vicki Hollub, set to become the CEO of Houston’s Occidental Petroleum next year, has been named the company’s president and chief operating officer.
Summit Power Group’s Texas Clean Energy Project is a planned 400-megawatt, coal gasification power plant on 600 acres in West Texas to produce electricity, trap carbon for enhanced oil recovery, and create urea and sulfuric acid from byproducts to help make fertilizers. The idea is to trap 90 percent of the emitted carbon for a power plant that runs cleaner than its natural gas-fired counterparts.
Earlier this year, the European Union (EU) proposed the establishment of an “Energy Union” in order to create a smart, unified energy grid across member States. The goal of this new energy policy is to reduce dependencies on sole suppliers, allow for the free flow of energy across borders, increase efficiency, reduce energy costs and […]
Recently, Greenpeace engaged in a maladroit and amateurish attempt to discredit a world-class physicist and the organization he founded–the CO2 Coalition–and on whose board I serve. William Happer, the Cyrus Fogg Brakett Professor of Physics at Princeton and the leading founder of the CO2 Coalition was contacted by someone claiming to represent Hamilton Ellis Business […]
The project is supported by 250 miles of new pipelines and a multimillion-barrel storage cavern complex.
Fluor said it will acquire 100 percent of Stork from United Kingdom-based Arle Capital Partners, but that Fluor will keep the Stork brand name and most of its leadership.
By David Holt and Jerry Simmons Royalty payments are critical to the prosperity and sustainability of local, state, and federal governments across the nation, especially in Texas. Oil and gas royalties reportedly pay an average of $865 million per year to The Lone Star State. Most of those payments go into a fund for public […]
As Israel prepares to push through a long-delayed landmark natural gas deal, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is facing a growing backlash by protesters who accuse him of using shady backroom dealings and strong-arm tactics to push through the plan.
The missing workers were on a lifeboat that toppled into heavy seas late Friday after the oil platform caught fire when an underwater gas pipeline was damaged in s storm.
Ohio’s horizontal shale wells have produced more oil and gas in the first nine months of this year than all of Ohio’s wells produced in 2014.