Tag Archives: Energy

President Trump Signs Two Executive Orders to Promote Development of Critical Energy Infrastructure

On April 10th, President Donald Trump signed two Executive Orders that seek to promote timely review of critical energy infrastructure projects in the United States. These changes to the review process seek to “enable the timely construction of the infrastructure needed to move our energy resources through domestic and international commerce.” (EO 13868.) “By promoting the development of … Continue Reading

US Department of Energy Geothermal Plan Offers Opportunity But Deadlines Approaching

Geothermal energy production has proven to be a reliable renewable energy source with great potential to contribute to US (and global) energy grid stability and resiliency.  Indeed, the US Department of Energy (DOE) has described geothermal energy as “a clean, efficient, and nearly inexhaustible domestic energy resource.”  Nevertheless, geothermal developers often run into excessive up … Continue Reading

recent developments set to ease the way for oil and gas companies in the UK seeking to develop onshore gas reserves through hydraulic fracturing (fracking)

The Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) estimates that fracking activity will pick up “quite quickly” in response to two recent initiatives concerning 1) onshore petroleum exploration and development licences (PEDLs) and 2) underground access rights. DECC estimates that these initiatives will lead to the creation of 6 shale gas well centres, or pads, … Continue Reading
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