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    Gas News - May 28

    There are 11 news articles for this date.

    Utility Business / General

    Higher cost electricity production may affect companies
    Although the end of the drought that devastated the country between the end of 2022 and the beginning of 2023, the beginning of a period of lower cost electricity production was foreseen, as more hydroelectric generation was expected, this did
    CE Noticias Financieras
    California may avoid summer blackouts as Gov. Gavin Newsom praises improved electrical grid
    The threat of power shutoffs on hot California days is likely to be kept at bay thanks in large part to thousands of new megawatts of battery storage being added to the electricity grid this year, according to the latest
    Ari Plachta, Maggie Angst, The Fresno Bee
    Will San Diego and rest of California have enough power this summer?
    Hot and dry summers have spelled trouble for California's energy grid in recent years. Utility customers in San Diego County and across the state experienced rotating power outages in August 2020 and barely escaped repeats in 2021 and 2022. But
    Rob Nikolewski, The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Renewables & Alternative Energy

    Ørsted: First American-Built Offshore Wind Substation Complete; Journey Now Underway from Texas Port up East Coast to South Fork Wind Project Site
    First American-built offshore wind substation is transiting across Gulf of Mexico and then up East Coast for installation. Substation will be deployed at Ørsted and Eversource’s South Fork Wind project serving Long Island, New York. Substation will play key role
    Contify Energy News


    EPA's non-attainment threat renewed
    May 25—Congressman August Pfluger reported Thursday that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency had revived its threat to declare the Permian Basin a non-attainment area for ozone control, which he said "would have wide-reaching negative impacts by damaging our ability to
    Bob Campbell, Odessa American, Texas
    Climate change denial among hurdles for carbon capture pipeline project in southwestern Minnesota
    May 25—GRANITE FALLS — Summit Carbon Solutions hosted 15 meetings for landowners last year at locations across the 10 counties in Minnesota in which it intends to build a pipeline to transport carbon dioxide from ethanol plants. Three issues were
    Tom Cherveny, West Central Tribune, Willmar, Minn.


    Climate protesters face tear gas at oil major TotalEnergies shareholder meeting in Paris
    PARIS (AP) — French police threw a security cordon around a shareholders' meeting in Paris of oil major TotalEnergies on Friday, spraying tear gas and pushing back climate protesters who chanted, “Be gentle, police officers, we're doing this for your
    Associated Press
    United States Renewable Energy 25 May 23 - INDUSTRY SNAPSHOTS
    LATEST COMPANY NEWS PV Tech - Minnesota passes US$80 million incentive package to spur solar deployment - 24/5/2023 The state of Minnesota has passed an US$80 million solar and energy storage incentive programme, including multiple programmes and policy changes. For
    Acquisdata Industry Snapshot
    Food Crisis Follows Energy Crisis In Europe
    By Irina Slav Despite lower energy prices, food prices in European continue to soar. -- Spain, Italy, and Portugal have cut taxes on food to reduce prices -- Allianz: one reason for the high food prices could be what it
    How is natural gas extracted in Colombia?
    Natural gas or methane gas is a hydrocarbon that is composed mainly of methane -CH4- and is extracted from subway deposits. It is gaseous at ambient temperature and pressure, which makes it easier to extract, transport and use. This fuel
    CE Noticias Financieras
    Flexible power technologies will make Africa’s energy leapfrogging a reality
    byMarc Thiriet, Director, Africa, Wärtsilä Energy Africa's ability to leapfrog traditional power systems and adopt renewables on a massive scale is not a fantasy. In-depth studies from Wärtsilä have demonstrated that with the adequate support of flexible power technologies, ambitious
    Africa Business

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