Posts Tagged gas

Sutter-Energy
16 May 2017

Early Retirement: More Challenging Than It Sounds

As our energy mix becomes increasingly decarbonized, regulators and grid operators face new challenges from many directions. A growing concern in regions with high penetration of renewables is the risk of uneconomic retirement of flexible capacity, such as natural gas-fired power plants. Many agree that natural gas will continue to play a critical role in […]

Black Gold
22 November 2013

The Black Gold

Global installations of renewable energy technologies continue to increase. A recent study of the International Energy Agency (IEA) indicates that despite the continued growth of renewables, oil and gas will continue to dominate the energy future. The IEA published six energy trends that will shape the future of energy industry, all of which involved fossil fuels.

US-VOTE-2012-DEBATE
30 October 2012

Presidential debates’ main energy content an unproductive exchange on gas prices and drilling

While not a word was mentioned about climate change in any of the debates, the presidential candidates also missed an opportunity to set the public straight on energy policy and investments.