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HOUSTON — The Middle Eastern dynamic will shift in the next decades as an overwhelmingly young population ages, a panel of international experts told IHS Energy CERAWeek attendees on Friday. The Middle East is already a troubled region. A number of civil wars have destabilized several countries such as Iraq and Syria, and a recent […]
“There was a perception of failure” in Copenhagen, Todd Stern told IHS Energy CERAWeek. “People don’t want to go back there again.
CERAWeek: Clean power plant rule offers significant pain with ‘negligible environmental benefit,’ coal producer says
Coal-fired power plants wouldn’t be the only beneficiary of carbon capture and storage technology, Peabody Energy CEO Greg Boyce said, stressing that in a carbon-constrained world, natural gas plants will need the tech too.
The oil industry hasn’t made “an overly compelling argument” for crude exports, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said Thursday.
Revitalized North American crude production has created abundant sources of oil for refineries to process, but has raised the challenge of how to move it from the field to refineries.
The nations’ strategic oil stockpile may need to be brought into the modern era, experts told CERAWeek attendees.
Severe weather is the leading cause of power disruptions, costing the U.S. economy from $18 billion to $33 billion a year, and climate change will only make it worse, a White House review on energy infrastructure concludes.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell will go before a crowd of wary energy industry executives Monday to make the case that federal regulations are essential to reassure a worried public.
“We shouldn’t lift sanctions on Iranian oil while we are keeping sanctions on American oil,” Sen. Lisa Murkowski told energy executives at IHS Energy CERAWeek. “It makes no sense.”
The Bureau of Land Management’s announcement that it would be proposing changes — and inviting public comment on the scope of them — marks the first major effort in decades to update onshore royalty rates that are among the lowest in the world.