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Questions that will shape the future of US energy

Questions that will shape the future of US energy

At a recent energy conference in Houston, industry leaders debated the future of the U.S. energy sector, oscillating between a clean energy future and continued reliance on fossil fuels.

Shelby Webb and Brian Dabbs report for E&E News.

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CERAWeek & Big Oil

At CERAWeek, Big Oil executives call for ‘energy security’ and longevity for fossil fuels

Heads of the world’s top oil companies met in Houston and said the war in Ukraine has helped make the case for fossil fuels and a “balanced” energy transition. As one executive put it: “Our strategy is to stay as oily as we can for as long as we can.”

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CERAWeek climate politics energy

Biden admin paradox: Boost oil — and cut CO2?

The Biden administration’s seemingly contradictory energy and climate strategy was on full display here Wednesday: Try to pivot away from fossil fuels, but promote them for now.

Manchin has some thoughts on green energy

Manchin has some thoughts on green energy

Ryan Grim and Duchuy Huynh unpack the West Virginia senator’s CERAWeek comments and analyze the clean energy space.
Don't cry for me, hydrocarbons

Don't cry for me, hydrocarbons

Kate Aronoff reports from the CERAWeek energy industry conference in Houston.
How climate hogged the CERAWeek spotlight
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How climate hogged the CERAWeek spotlight

One of the world's most prominent oil and gas conferences took on a new and rare note of climate urgency last week - a departure from the days of worrying about the dizzying ups and downs of production.

IEA: US energy sector will lead world with "second wave of shale"
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IEA: US energy sector will lead world with "second wave of shale"

The U.S. energy sector will dominate the global oil and gas industry in the coming years as the "second wave" of shale growth takes hold, the International Energy Agency said Monday.

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