Weekly Update

Friday, October 23, 2020

Energy Briefing

What the Engie-NextDecade Deal Means for Methane Emissions

Expanding Texas’ natural gas production and exports is key to meeting new global emissions reduction targets, but governments continue to try and obfuscate this process to cater to activist demands.


IEA: Demand for LNG Will Continue to Rise for Years Despite Pandemic

IEA’s publication, World Energy Outlook (WEO), predicted that the demand for oil and natural gas will not disappear. Global natural gas demand is expected to increase through 2040 while global CO2 emissions are projected to stay below pre-crisis levels.


‘Fracking’ Is A Key To America’s Future Prosperity

Basic engineering principals tell us a fracking ban in the U.S. will send more jobs overseas, make us dependent on Russia, China and OPEC for energy, feedstock and critical items increasing our cost for energy and all products. Planetary CO2 and other global emissions will increase. We are smart enough not to let that happen.


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