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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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In The News

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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Op-Eds

Opinion: A carbon neutral Texas can sustain environment and fossil fuels

The United States is now the energy capital of the world with the Lone Star State leading the way. In Texas, traditional energy workers represent approximately 5 percent of the state’s employment, not to mention the indirect jobs and economic output generated by the industry. However, Texas must face the reality that consumers and investors

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The Hydrogen Economy

Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage: Incentives