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2021-03-02 12:05:00

THE LETHAL ENERGY OF TEXAS

THE LETHAL ENERGY OF TEXAS

GP&LNG  - 2/25/2021 - Texas state lawmakers started digging into the causes of deadly power blackouts that left millions shivering in the dark as frigid temperatures caught its grid operator and utilities ill-prepared for skyrocketing power demand.

Dual hearings in the state House and Senate are highlighting shortcomings by grid planners, electric utilities, natural gas suppliers and transmission operators that led to billions of dollars in damages and dozens of deaths. Consumer…

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THE LETHAL ENERGY OF TEXAS
2021, March, 1, 10:45:00
U.S. TEXAS NEED GAS
Those essentials include power for natural gas wells, processing plants and compressor facilities, but Texas Energy Reliability Council Chairman James Cisarik said keeping natural gas flowing to power plants requires operational water, communication and transportation infrastructure.
THE LETHAL ENERGY OF TEXAS
2021, February, 25, 11:55:00
TEXAS GAS PRICES UP 10,000%
The unusually cold temperatures caused life-threatening blackouts that left millions of Texans without power for days. And although residents of that state suffered the brunt of the energy crisis, the repercussions spread across the country.
THE LETHAL ENERGY OF TEXAS
2021, February, 24, 10:35:00
US ENERGY SUSTAINABILITY
Severe cold weather in parts of the USA last week contributed to power outages affecting millions of electricity customers across Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma.
THE LETHAL ENERGY OF TEXAS
2021, February, 24, 10:30:00
U.S. ENERGY COOLING
The power supply collapse in Texas was caused by extreme and aberrant cold weather, freezing the electric generators. The system wasn’t designed to withstand what occurred -- and what may occur elsewhere in a time of new and terrifying instability in the world’s weather systems.
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Tags: ENERGY, TEXAS, RENEWABLE
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THE LETHAL ENERGY OF TEXAS
2021, May, 12, 12:39:00
7th INTERNATIONAL LNG CONGRESS REVEALS THE BUSINESS PROGRAM
The 7th International LNG Congress will be held on the 7th-8th of June in Madrid, Spain. LNG supply potential in Europe, usage of alternative fuels, vehicles mobility, marine transportation and storage, politics and financing in the market, and small- and large-scale LNG projects will be the main topics of the Congress.
THE LETHAL ENERGY OF TEXAS
2021, May, 12, 12:38:00
ELECTRICITY ECONOMICS IN CHANGING ELECTRICITY MARKETS 18 – 21 May 2021
Electricity Economics in Changing Electricity Markets LIVE ONLINE COURSE OVER 4 SESSIONS Commences: 18 May 2021 – 21 May 2021 (7am – 10am)
THE LETHAL ENERGY OF TEXAS
2021, May, 12, 12:35:00
INDIA'S ENERGY STORAGE MARKET
Currently, renewables form 10% of India’s total power generation and that share will increase to 31% by 2030 with 450GW coming online.
THE LETHAL ENERGY OF TEXAS
2021, May, 12, 12:30:00
DUTCH CARBON STORAGE $2.4 BLN
The government has said it will grant a total of 5 billion euros in subsidies in 2021 for technologies that will help it achieve its climate goals.
THE LETHAL ENERGY OF TEXAS
2021, May, 12, 12:25:00
HYDROGEN ECONOMY & CCS
The gist of the technical case for CCS in a hydrogen economy is that, so long as fossil fuels are available and deliver a high energy return on energy invested (EROEI), it is inherently cheaper and more efficient to produce hydrogen from fossil fuels by reforming, rather than by electrolysis of water.
THE LETHAL ENERGY OF TEXAS
2021, May, 12, 12:20:00
U.S. RIGS UP 8 TO 448
U.S. Rig Count is up 8 from last week to 448, Canada Rig Count is up 4 from last week to 55,
THE LETHAL ENERGY OF TEXAS
2021, May, 7, 15:00:00
OIL PRICE: NEAR $68
Brent fwere up 1 cent at $68.12 a barrel. WTI eased by 2 cents to $64.69.
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