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Across the U.S., gas utilities face a rocky future as states shift towards building electrification. In response, they are promoting technologies — hydrogen blending and renewable natural gas — that critics say are expensive and unworkable.
In its latest report, the IPCC said that greenhouse gas emissions need to halve by the end of the decade to avoid catastrophic warming. That means slashing the production and consumption of fossil fuels.
Cooperation on hydrogen stemming from the new France-UK energy deal would benefit transport infrastructure and promote trade, say experts.
Extracting gas from the North Sea to bolster the UK energy system will make it much more difficult for the British government to make good on its latest carbon budget.
The new demand response service offers financial incentives for users that voluntarily flex their electricity usage, in an effort to curb energy use.
Despite chronic air pollution and equipment malfunctions from an LNG terminal in Cameron Parish, more projects are moving forward.
Fundamental LNG market changes will be felt for the rest of the decade, including in Asia-Pacific -- home to two-thirds of global LNG demand -- according to a new report.
Biofuels in India are being pushed by the Modi government but experts say its plan to substitute 20 percent of gasoline with ethanol could be a shortsighted approach to energy security in the water-scarce nation.
A new report has found that there is a link between companies that focus on the clean economy, and shareholder returns.