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The Canadian Government Will Not Fund New LNG Terminals
According to Canada's Natural Resources Minister, Canada will not financially support the two new LNG export projects that have been proposed.
US Supreme Court Limits EPA’s Greenhouse Gas Powers
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has been limited in its authority to regulate greenhouse gases.
US and EU Declare Hopes for 1.5MN European Smart Thermostats
A joint statement released by US President Biden and European Commission President Von Der Leyen saw the two announce their mutual goals of deploying at least 1.5 million smart thermostats across Europe in 2022.
Wind Power Project
Vestas and EDF Renewables Close Agreement for 261 MW of Wind Power in Brazil
Vestas has obtained an order for 261 MW for the Serra das Almas wind farm, which is located in the municipality of Urandi, in the state of Bahia.
Bezos Slams Biden’s Call For Gasoline Stations to Cut Prices
Jeff Bezos renewed his spat with the White House over the weekend, as the world's third-richest person criticized President Joe Biden for calling on companies running gasoline stations to lower their prices.
Production at Venezuela’s Largest Refinery Hit by Blackout
Production at Venezuela's largest refinery, which can process about 645,000 barrels of oil per day (bpd), was halted late on Saturday by an electrical fault that caused a blackout.
Mexico Senate Identifies Geothermal As Critical to Energy Transition
Having recognized geothermal as fundamental for clean energy transition, legislators in Mexico have requested a report on the programs for geothermal exploration and extraction .
Germany, Canada in Talks Over LNG Terminal for Export to Europe
Germany is in talks with Canada over options to export liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Europe via a terminal on Canada's east coast
Exxon, Imperial to Sell Canada Shale Assets to Whitecap for $1.5 Billion
U.S. oil major Exxon Mobil Corp and Imperial Oil Ltd said on Tuesday they will sell their Montney and Duvernay shale oil and gas assets in Canada to Whitecap Resources Inc for C$1.9 billion ($1.48 billion).
UK Green Supply Chain Startup Circulor Raises $25MLN for Us Expansion
UK startup Circulor, which uses blockchain technology to map supply chains for companies pursuing greener, more sustainable production, said on Tuesday it had raised $25 million to fund expansion, primarily in the United States.
Net Zero Emission
How Rock Dust Could Aid Net-Zero Efforts
Transitioning to a net-zero economy is the greatest challenge the world has ever faced. Spreading rock dust on farmland could be one solution.
Nuclear Power Plant
If You Believed They Put a Nuclear Power Station on the Moon
NASA aims to launch a nuclear power station on the moon by 2030
Energy Storage Battery
Battery Energy Storage Investment to Climb US$20B in 2022: IEA
This is largely led by grid-scale deployment.
Poland Expands Cooperation on SMRs and Large Reactors
Polish state-owned energy company Enea SA has signed an agreement with US small modular reactor (SMR) developer Last Energy to cooperate on the deployment of SMRs, potentially in Poland.
NASA Picks Three Nuclear Power Concepts for Demonstration on the Moon
Three teams comprising some of the most prominent engineering and technology firms in the U.S. will provide initial designs for a fission surface power (FSP) system as part of a federal project.
Shell to Take Over as Operator of Gulf of Mexico Field From Equinor
UK Invests £162M in Africa’s Energy Industry
South Korea, Saudi Eye Energy Cooperation
Solar Philippines Secures 70% Of Government’s RE Auction
SSE Thermal and Equinor to Buy UK-Based Triton Power for £341M
World Energy Demand Jumped Above Pre-COVID Levels in 2021