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    Featured Power News - February 4, 2023

    Joe Travis, VP of Energy at Bentley Systems, Joins Energy Central for an Exclusive Conversation to Preview the Utility Digitalization Buzz at DISTRIBUTECH
    Next week at the DISTRIBUTECH conference in San Diego, the latest developments and trends in utility digitalization are poised to once again take center stage, and Bentley Systems will be looking to drive that conversation. Specifically, the world of the
    Energy Central
    The Energy Central Power Perspectives Podcast™ Welcomes Back Lincoln Bleveans, Executive Director of Sustainability at Stanford, to Cover a Grab Bag of Clean Energy and Utility of the Future Topics
    After being the second-ever guest on the podcast, the Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Podcast welcomes back Lincoln Bleveans. Back in 2019 when Lincoln first joined the show, he was guiding Burbank Water and Power, but in the time since then
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    New York City Biden mentions Staten Island’s Arthur Kill terminal during visit The proposed site will serve as an assembly location for massive offshore wind turbines.
    President Joe Biden made mention of Staten Island’s growing stature in the burgeoning offshore wind industry during his visit to New York City Tuesday, highlighting an infrastructure project that is expected to be part of a series of developments that
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    City thanks Electric Cities of Georgia partners
    GRIFFIN — Municipalities across Georgia and Alabama answered the call to assist Griffin Power after five devastating tornadoes hit Griffin-Spalding on Jan. 12. According to the city, the storm damaged 60% of Griffin Power's electric infrastructure; 10,000 citizens were without
    Solar tracker maker Nextracker launches USD 535m IPO
    February 2 (Renewables Now) - US solar tracking system maker Nextracker, a subsidiary of contract electronics manufacturer Flex Ltd (NASDAQ:FLEX), has kicked off the roadshow for its proposed initial public offering (IPO) that targets gross proceeds of up to USD
    SeeNews Renewables
    County commissioners approve new wind energy systems regulations
    Julie Davis, CherryRoad Media The Otoe County Board of Commissioners approved new zoning regulations on commercial/utility grad wind energy systems at the board's Jan. 31 meeting. The regulations were approved unanimously after Otoe County Attorney Jenniffer Panko-Rahe suggested some minor
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    Featured Gas News - February 4, 2023

    Cost of natural gas to decrease
    If you get your natural gas from National Fuel, your monthly gas bill is about to do down. National Fuel Gas Distribution Corp. (National Fuel) has submitted to the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission its quarterly adjustment to gas supply charges
    From staff reports
    Shell's new CEO to merge upstream and LNG divisions
    Shell's new CEO Wael Sawan is set to combine the oil and gas production and liquefied natural gas (LNG) divisions as part of a wider plan to further simplify the organisation and improve performance. The move, which will see the
    Everything That Needs Electricity Is Made With Oil
    By Ronald Stein ~ The few wealthy countries pursuing the generation of electricity from wind turbines and solar panels while simultaneously moving to rid the world of fossil fuels have short memories of petrochemical products and human ingenuity being the
    PA Pundits
    Utilities need to implement natural gas safety measures now
    The Merrimack Valley gas disaster was a mere four years ago. It is far too soon for the industry to treat it as a distant memory. Yet that seems to be the approach, as industry lobbyists push back against a
    Staff Writer
    Russia ups LNG production 8% to record 32.5 mln tonnes in 2022 - Rosstat
    MOSCOW. Feb 1 (Interfax) - Russia boosted liquefied natural gas production 8.1% in 2022 to a record 32.5 million tonnes, the State Statistics Service (Rosstat) said. LNG output fell 4.8% year-on-year in December to 2.8 million tonnes. Production grew in
    Interfax Russia & CIS Energy Newswire
    U.S. natgas futures down 2% to 20-month low on ample stored supply
    February 02 -- U.S. natural gas futures fell about 2% to a fresh 20-month low on Friday ahead of the expiration of the front-month and a growing belief that there is more than enough gas in storage for the rest
    Indian Oil And Gas News
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