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  1. Trump Day 1: Global Warming's Fate

    Scientific American - Energy
    01.20 / 12:09 scientificamerican.com
    If the new president delays climate action as promised, the world is far more likely to miss its Paris agreement goals -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com …
  2. NYS Governor Cuomo Pledges $4.2 M to Fund Energy Efficiency Training for Building Workers

    Energymanagertoday.com - Energy
    01.20 / 10:29 energymanagertoday.com
    New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced on January 16 that he was making $4.2 million available to train building operations and maintenance workers on best practices to promote energy efficiency and reduce energy bills in buildings statewide. The post NYS Governor Cuomo Pledges $4.2 M to Fund Energy Efficiency Training for Building Workers appeared first on Energy Manager…
  3. TransCanada receives US FERC approval to construct $1.8bn gas pipeline projects

    EBR - News
    TransCanada has received the US Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) approval for the construction of the Leach XPress and Rayne XPress gas pipeline projects in the US with a total investment of…
  4. OneSubsea bags EPC contract for Statoil’s Utgard development project

    EBR - News
    Schlumberger company OneSubsea has bagged a contract from Statoil to supply subsea production system for Utgard gas and condensate discovery in the Norwegian North…
  5. FERC investigates Kinder Morgan

    Fuelfix.com - Energy
    01.20 / 01:01 fuelfix.com
    The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is investigating concerns filed by some of the largest oil companies in the U.S. that two Kinder Morgan pipeline systems are overcharging customers. FERC reviewed costs and revenues for Natural Gas Pipeline Co. of America and Wyoming Interstate Co., both owned by Kinder Morgan, for 2014 and 2015 and estimated…
  6. Panasonic aims to move Tesla auto partnership beyond batteries -CEO

    Theamericanenergynews.com - Energy
    Panasonic shifting into self-driving technology OSAKA, Jan 19 (Reuters) – Panasonic Corp aims to extend its partnership with electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc beyond batteries and into self-driving technology, as the Japanese conglomerate continues to shift its focus to the automotive business. The electronics maker has placed automotive applications at the centre of a growth […] The post Panasonic aims to move Tesla auto partnership beyond batteries -CEO appeared first on …
  7. PHMSA issues rule to speed up notification time

    Theamericanenergynews.com - Energy
    PHMSA rule says spill must be reported within one hour of confirmation NEW YORK, Jan 19 (Reuters) – The U.S. Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) said on Thursday it issued a rule to improve pipeline operational safety, including a requirement for faster notification following a spill. The rule says the operator must electronically […] The post PHMSA issues rule to speed up notification time appeared first on The American Energy…
  8. ‘Not all bad… right?’: How Trump’s tax on imports may benefit Canadian heavy oil producers

    Business.financialpost.com - Energy
    A Trump-inspired U.S. border tax on imported crude could actually work to the advantage of Canadian heavy oil producers, according to National Bank…
  9. Energy management: Smart infrastructure solutions, workforce management technology

    PennyEnergy - Product
    01.19 / 20:47 pennenergy.com
    Power management: Aclara acquires Smart Grid Solutions Div. of Apex CoVantage. Transaction includes ProField technology and Smart Grid Professional…
  10. Hydrostor eyes role in $1 billion U.S. peak power market

    Theamericanenergynews.com - Energy
    Hydrostor capital costs between $1,000-$2,000 per kilowatt By Alastair Sharp TORONTO, Jan 19 (Reuters) – Canadian underwater energy storage company Hydrostor is eyeing $1 billion of contracts to replace decommissioned U.S. peak power plants in the next two or three years, its chief executive said. So-called “peakers,” electrical generators which are turned on only when demand […] The post Hydrostor eyes role in $1 billion U.S. peak power market appeared first on The …
  11. Canada’s Hydrostor eyes role in $1-billion U.S. peak power market

    Theglobeandmail.com - Energy
    01.19 / 20:00 theglobeandmail.com
    So-called ‘peakers,’ electrical generators which are turned on only when demand is highest, are a critical but expensive element of the electricity gri…
  12. Oil prices rebound from 1-week low as IEA sees tighter market

    Theamericanenergynews.com - Energy
    Oil prices up slightly in Thursday trading By Devika Krishna Kumar NEW YORK, Jan 19 (Reuters) – Oil prices edged higher on Thursday, but swelling U.S. crude stockpiles limited the rebound from a one-week low after the International Energy Agency said oil markets had been tightening even before cuts agreed by OPEC and other producers took effect. […] The post Oil prices rebound from 1-week low as IEA sees tighter market appeared first on The American Energy N…
  13. OPEC output cuts under scrutiny as market tightens

    Theamericanenergynews.com - Energy
    Too early to tell if OPEC output cuts are working, but oil stocks are falling, demand is rising By Christopher Johnson LONDON, Jan 19 (Reuters) – World oil markets are slowly tightening as demand rises while investors wait to see if OPEC output cuts agreed to by the cartel and other producers will be implemented […] The post OPEC output cuts under scrutiny as market tightens appeared first on The American Energy…
  14. IKEA Deploys Fourth Fuel Cell

    Energymanagertoday.com - Energy
    01.19 / 19:08 energymanagertoday.com
    Furniture retailer IKEA has installed a fourth biogas-powered fuel cell in a California store, according to the company. The installation was at its San Diego location. All the stores also have solar arrays. Combined, IKEA will generate 1.5 MW of energy via the cells. A fifth fuel cell is planned, the company said. The press   ...Continue Reading The post IKEA Deploys Fourth Fuel Cell appeared first on Energy Manager…
  15. US crude stocks build unexpectedly as refining slows down

    Theamericanenergynews.com - Energy
    US crude stocks up by 2.3 million barrels NEW YORK, Jan 19 (Reuters) – US crude stocks rose unexpectedly last week as refineries sharply slowed production, while gasoline stocks soared amid weak demand, the Energy Information Administration said on Thursday. Crude inventories rose 2.3 million barrels in the week to Jan. 13, compared with analysts’ […] The post US crude stocks build unexpectedly as refining slows down appeared first on The American Energy…
  16. Nuclear Power: Connecticut nuclear plant seeks to bid on state contracts

    PennyEnergy - Oil and Gas
    01.19 / 18:20 pennenergy.com
    As low energy prices put strains on operators of U.S. nuclear plants, some Connecticut lawmakers want to reduce any risk the Millstone Power Station will close by allowing it to sell power directly to the…
  17. GRC 2017 Annual Meeting Announced - Call for Papers Issued

    Altenergymag.com - Energy
    01.19 / 17:53 altenergymag.com
    Geothermal Resources Council Annual Meeting will be held Oct. 1-4 in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA. Theme is "Geothermal Energy - Power to do…
  18. Report: Global oil demand up, supply down; Analysts: ‘Bullish, really bullish’

    Fuelfix.com - Energy
    01.19 / 17:40 fuelfix.com
    U.S. oil prices rose on Thursday morning following release of a key report estimating that global demand for crude has risen while supplies fell. Cold weather in northern Europe and a rapidly industrializing Asia pushed crude demand to 96.5 million barrels per day in 2016, an increase of 1.5 million barrels per day, the International…
  19. Expert warns of Arctic drilling risks

    Peakoil.com - Energy
    01.19 / 17:38 peakoil.com
    A highly acclaimed Oxford professor who’s considered an expert on energy research has thrown cold water on Norway’s hopes for a new oil era in the Arctic. Dieter Helm doesn’t think oil prices will rise much higher and are more likely to fall, making costly oil investments in the Barents Sea unprofitable. Environmental activists have been at the forefront of […]…
  20. Oil and Gas: Saudi Arabia says compliance to oil output cut 'very strong'

    PennyEnergy - Oil and Gas
    01.19 / 17:07 pennenergy.com
    Saudi Arabia's energy minister says there's been "very strong compliance" by OPEC and non-OPEC oil countries to the production cuts agreed on in…