Author: Lauren Luxenburg

Let’s Make America Energy Independent Again – Like Texas Is

February 9. 2022 Redstate   The Lone Star State of Texas is a rather unique place in all of America.   They are the second-largest state in terms of geography with a total area of 268,596 square miles.   They are second in population according to the U.S. Census Bureau with 29,145,505 people and, according […]

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CNC Launches TV Ad Campaign: Save Energy Jobs

February 8, 2022 Press Release 30-second Ad to Run in 10 Media Markets Across Texas AUSTIN – The Carbon Neutral Coalition (CNC) is launching a 30-second television ad in 10 media markets in Texas. The ad, entitled “Save Energy Jobs,” focuses on Washington’s attack on the Lone Star State’s fossil fuel industry, and if plans […]

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Climate Crisis Committee To Hold Hearing On Manufacturing Clean Energy And Clean Vehicles in America

WASHINGTON– The House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis will hold a hybrid hearing titled “Manufacturing a Clean Energy Future: Climate Solutions Made in America” on Wednesday, February 2, 2022 at 1:30 p.m. ET. The hearing will take place via Zoom video conferencing. It will be broadcast live here.   The hearing will examine how […]

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Net-zero emissions pledges matter

January 25, 2022 Chuck McConnell   ExxonMobil’s recently announced pledge of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 is another key commitment from the energy industry and a signal that the energy transition is in full thrust — and requires action and not just words.  This pledge is much the same as many other companies in oil and gas, […]

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Opinion: Texas can continue to lead in a new economy that’s carbon neutral

January 23, 2022 By Susan Combs   For years, governments have been grappling with the impact of carbon emissions. From incentives for clean energy to increased regulations, lawmakers have been searching for ways to clean up our environment, which is no doubt concerning to the hundreds of thousands of Texans who rely on the fossil […]

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The Future of Fossil Fuels

By Charles McConnellOil and Gas IQ, January 20, 2022   Exclusive interview with Charles McConnell, Executive Director, Carbon Management and Energy Sustainability at University of Houston & Former Assistant Secretary of Energy   “We can pontificate about the energy transition and carbon reduction all we want,” says Charles McConnell, Executive Director, Carbon Management and Energy Sustainability […]

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The Hydrogen Economy

Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage: Incentives