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Louisiana, Texas To Gain Thousands of Energy Jobs At Start of 2023

By Bojan Lepic Rigzone, Jan. 6, 2023 Louisiana and Texas are set to gain thousands of energy jobs in the first part of 2023, the LSU Center for Energy Studies said in its 2023 Gulf Coast Energy Outlook. As in previous years, this edition of the Gulf Coast Energy Outlook (GCEO) provides a comprehensive overview […]

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Solar generation makes another big jump in Texas in ’22, but gas is still state’s top power source

By Diego Mendoza-Moyers The San Antonio Express-News, Jan. 13, 2022 The rapid growth of solar power in Texas continued in 2022, as it generated nearly three times the amount of electricity statewide that it did just two years ago. Solar produced 6 percent of the power generated on the Texas grid last year — and […]

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Texas continues to lead U.S. energy production powered by oil and natural gas

  By Bethany Blankley Center Square, December 13 ,2022   Texas continues to lead the U.S. in energy production, led by the oil and natural gas industry.   In 2021, Texas crude oil accounted for 43% of all U.S. production and 25% of all marketed natural gas production.   Texas also has the greatest number […]

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Texans Support an Energy Expansion that Includes Hydrogen

The following testimony was submitted by Texas 2036 Senior Policy Advisors Jeremy Mazur and Rob Orr to the House Committee on Environmental Regulation on May 25, 2022. What to Know: Texans support an energy expansion that includes hydrogen. Texas’ workforce and infrastructure assets support hydrogen development. Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles can expand the state’s zero […]

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Commentary: Deep in the heart of Texas, an energy source is abundant

March 12, 2022 By Cindy Taff San Antonio Express-News Texas has long been known as “the energy state.”  I, and many others, have long supported an “all of the above” approach to energy development here. This has been fairly easy given the abundance of varied resources found within Texas. Yet one resource, geothermal energy, has […]

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The safest and most deadly types of energy — how do renewables compare to fossil fuels?

How safe do you think nuclear energy is, for instance? Energy is the cornerstone of our modern society. For most of human civilization, the energy we used was biological: from our bodies and the animals we used (for instance, for plowing in agriculture). We also burned a lot of wood for heating. Then, some 250 […]

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CNC Announces Advisory Board Members

HOUSTON – The Carbon Neutral Coalition (CNC) today announced the formation of its Advisory Board, which includes members from various regions throughout the country and key stakeholders within the energy industry. The CNC recently announced Susan Combs as Chairperson of the Advisory Board, and the members announced today make up the Board. The CNC’s Advisory […]

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The Hydrogen Economy

Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage: Incentives