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There are now more than 3,000 businesses or individuals in the U.S. that have been approved to fly drones for commercial reasons.
Cheney said the U.S. should get more involved with energy diplomacy to weaken its enemies
The city is now working to negotiate a 12-month extension with Reliant, a subsidiary of Houston-based NRG Energy.
The problem is convincing companies to make changes when upgrades cost money and give employees unfamiliar equipment.
An arsenal of oil and gas gadgets includes a lot of tech that was developed by industry outsiders.
The new business unit is heavily focused on wind power and turbine manufacturing.
Chicago-based Invenergy will build a new 300-megawatt Texas wind farm near Lubbock to power Owens Corning insulation and fiberglass giant and Equinix data center company.
A carbon tax or cap-and-trade system in the U.S. — and globally — would serve the energy industry better than the current slate of piecemeal state and federal regulations, Shell Oil Co. President Marvin Odum said Tuesday at a University of Houston energy symposium on “Carbon Tax: Is It the Right Time?”
Oil field services giant Schlumberger is partnering with a California tech company on a new hydraulic fracturing technology designed to reduce the frequent breakdowns that plague pressure pumps.
The sticking point is that under the Texas electric deregulation law, transmission and distribution utilities cannot own generation assets.