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A ‘gigawatt-scale’ green hydrogen vision for the Texas Gulf Coast

A leading clean energy developer is looking into the development of a green hydrogen hub along the Texas Gulf Coast. Read more here: https://www.renewableenergyworld.com/hydrogen/a-gigawatt-scale-green-hydrogen-vision-for-the-texas-gulf-coast/
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EIA expects U.S. petroleum trade to shift toward net imports during 2022

EIA forecasts that throughout 2022, the U.S. will continue to import more crude oil than it exports. Read the article here: https://www.eia.gov/todayinenergy/detail.php?id=51338
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2022 electric market resolution: Changing how we approach the RTO/ISO debate

In order to meet the objective, a conversation centered around the analysis of what is working and identifying where improvements are essential, need to happen. Read the article here: 2022 electric market resolution
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FERC issues ‘historic’ overhaul of pipeline approvals

FERC revises decades-old policies, resulting in a ‘historic’ overhaul of pipeline approvals. Read the article here: FERC Revises Decades Old Policies
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How to Prevent Blackouts by Packetizing the Power Grid

Balancing the supply and demand of goods is crucial for a stable and functional society. That need for balance is also true of electric power grids. Read the article here: Packetized Power Grid
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OPEC+ swerves Ukraine crisis and sticks to oil output plans

Despite the Ukraine crisis, OPEC+ sticks to oil output plans. Read the article here: OPEC+ swerves Ukraine crisis
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