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Lloyd: Lone Star State poised for next great energy boom

May 17, 2022 By Brian Loyd The Rio Grande Guardian Texas knows energy. The hard work and ingenuity of Texans has made us our nation’s leading producer of oil, natural gas, wind power, and electricity, and in most cases, number two isn’t close. Texans have driven the United States’ resurgent energy independence, and now we are increasingly

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Energy News Beat Podcast with Susan Combs

May 13, 2022 Energy News Beat CNC Advisory Board Chairwoman Susan Combs joins host Stu Turley and the Energy News Beat podcast to discuss the goals of the Carbon Neutral Coalition to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. Watch the entire podcast:   Listen to the full podcast here:

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Enbridge and Humble Midstream to Develop Low-carbon Hydrogen and Ammonia Production and Export Facilities at Enbridge Ingleside Energy Center

HOUSTON, TX, May 6, 2022/CNW/ – Enbridge Inc. (Enbridge) (TSX: ENB) (NYSE: ENB) and Humble Midstream, LLC (Humble), an EnCap Flatrock Midstream portfolio company, are pleased to announce the joint development and marketing of a low- carbon hydrogen and ammonia production and export facility which will be located at the Enbridge Ingleside Energy Center (EIEC),

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Commentary: We need to be free of our dependence on Russian oil

March 7, 2022 By Susan Combs San Antonio Express-News With Putin’s war raging in Ukraine, the European Union has found itself in the midst of an energy and moral crisis. The European Union has put themselves in the position of relying on a ruthless dictator for 41percent of its natural gas needs, and helping to

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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 to Gov. Greg

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