September 17, 2021 | Blog

Review sees risk of halt to new gas hookups in New York City, Long Island

This week, Politico featured a piece by Marie J. French covering the obstacles to building new gas infrastructure and what they mean for regions like New York City and Long Island. New York state’s utility regulator directed an independent review of National Grid’s plan to close the predicted gap between gas supply and demand after […]

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September 17, 2021 | Blog

Energy Prices in Europe Hit Records After Wind Stops Blowing

This week, The Wall Street Journal reported on the surge in Europe’s natural gas and electricity markets after the wind in the stormy North Sea stopped blowing. In recent weeks, there has been a sudden decrease in wind-driven electricity production off of the U.K.’s shores due to less than ideal weather circumstances. In the wake […]

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September 14, 2021 | Blog

Dakota Access Pipeline Brings Power To The People

This week, Inside Sources featured a piece by Ben Lieberman of the Competitive Enterprise Institute, drawing attention to the true impact of largescale energy infrastructure projects the Dakota Access Pipeline. Lieberman highlights the widespread community support when a new pipeline creates much-needed job opportunities, tax revenues, and affordable energy for its residents and local economy. […]

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September 13, 2021 | Blog

Natural Gas Supply Challenges and Increasing Prices Suggest an Expensive Winter

Fox Business contributor and senior energy analyst Phil Flynn recently reported natural gas futures are reaching a seven-year high and supply is dwindling, which means Americans could see the highest heating bills they’ve seen in years this winter. Fox Business explains the supply challenges come as a result of “a slow rebound in production from […]

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September 10, 2021 | Blog

Is North Dakota’s Oil Industry Finally Bouncing Back?

This week, OilPrice.com reported on North Dakota’s growing energy industry. Following a year and a half of fighting the pandemic’s repercussions, Bradstock speculates the state’s oil industry is bouncing back, with the potential to expand its energy output over the next decade. As tradition goes, North Dakota’s economy has always been bolstered by the success of […]

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