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The U.S. Energy Information Administration predicts this will be a big year for renewables, with wind in particular dominating new capacity installations.
Noble Energy pressed play on the massive Leviathan project that could produce as much as 1.2 billion cubic feet of natural gas per day.
Here’s a bit of advice based on our look at Deloitte’s new “Energy Regulatory Outlook 2020”: Stay on your toes! The report covers issues related to cybersecurity, privacy and more.
The domestic steel industry will have its first wind-powered mill by the end of the year. The $250 million micromill in Sedalia, Mo., is a partnership between Nucor and Evergy.
In keeping with its pledge to be a net zero-carbon organization by 2040, Amazon announced the construction of three new renewable energy projects in the United States and Spain.
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