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Matt Letourneau

As we look back on CERAWeek 2019, it is once again apparent just how much the energy sector has become a high tech industry.  The theme of this year’s conference, attended by Global Energy Institute president and CEO Karen Harbert, was “Silicon Valley

Stephen Eule

The good news on energy just keeps on coming.

One of the big talking points from those opposed to increased domestic oil and gas production is that it leads to greater emissions of methane, a greenhouse gas with about 25 times the global warming potential of carbon dioxide.

Stephen Eule

Things are happening so fast in the U.S. energy sector that the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) is having a tough time keeping up. You really can’t blame the agency because America’s energy producers just keep exceeding everybody’s expectations.

Heath Knakmuhs

There’s no doubt that businesses large and small throughout America are focused on ways to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.  While the U.S.

Christopher Guith

Past is prologue, as they say. As we look forward to what 2019 could bring for American energy, it’s worthwhile to look back at 2018 for some hints. With that in mind, here is our “look-back preview” of eight key trends and important issues that we believe will help to shape the year ahead.

By Matt Koch and Dan Byers

Pop quiz: which President issued the following clarion call for action on permitting reform?

Matthew Koch

Christopher Guith

Last month, the United States surpassed Russia – to become the world’s largest crude oil producer, reaching 10.9 million barrels a day of production in August.

Stephen Eule

That’s the conclusion of the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) July 2018 report on drilling productivity.

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