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National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) Integrates Intertrust Climate and Weather API to Enhance Wind Energy Analytics Software

Intertrust recently announced the integration of its Planet OS weather data API into the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory Operational Assessment software to enhance performance of operational assessments of wind energy plants. Read more here: NREL Integrates Intertrust Climate and Weather API
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OPEC Sees Robust Demand And Well-Supported Oil Market In 2022

OPEC is leaving its 2022 oil demand growth forecast unchanged. Read the article here: OPEC Oil Forecast 2022
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Hackers Hit Energy Companies Hard Last Year. What’s Next?

Read the following article regarding four cybersecurity trends to keep an eye on in 2022: Cybersecurity and US Energy System
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Entergy Named a National Leader in Economic Development for 14th Year in a Row

Entergy has been recognized as one of the nation's top 10 electric utilities in economic development for the 14th year in a row. Read the article here: Entergy Named a National Leader
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Plasma Pulse: A Clean Fracking Alternative That Requires No Water Or Chemicals

Plasma Pulse technology is a cost-effective and an environmentally-friendly technology that can boost hydrocarbon productivity. Read the article here: Plasma Pulse Technology
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Energy Giant Shell to Acquire U.S.-Based Savion in Solar Power Push

Royal Dutch Shell announced its plan to acquire U.S.-based solar and energy storage developer, Savion. Read the article here: Energy giant Shell
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Where Will The Oil Industry Spend Its Money In 2022?

The oil and gas industry could be up for a transformational year in 2022. Read the article here: Oil Industry 2022
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Report: Green hydrogen could compete with traditional hydrogen by 2030, natural gas by 2050

Green hydrogen remains too expensive to compete against conventional sources of hydrogen and other fuels, but the number of hydrogen projects underway continues to grows as investors rely on the likelihood that hydrogen costs will decline over the next six to eight years. Read the article here: Green Hydrogen
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Analysis: U.S. wants more oil, but OPEC+ can't turn on the tap much harder

The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and its allies worry a faster increase in oil production will lead to a glut in 2022. Read the article here: U.S. Wants More Oil
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