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Exclusive 360 Energy Expert Network Video Interview: Data Gumbo – “A Bridge to Transactional Certainty” and an ESG update

Exclusive 360 Energy Expert Network Video Interview: Data Gumbo – “A Bridge to Transactional Certainty” and an ESG update

When 2020 is behind us, we will all cheer! It is also exciting to see how Data Gumbo has grown it's world wide client base, increased it's management team, and is developing something every energy company will need to meet

Interregional electricity trade in India affects shares of solar and coal-fired generation

Interregional electricity trade in India affects shares of solar and coal-fired generation

EIA

With more than 1.3 billion people, India is the second-most populous country in the world and has the third-highest energy consumption level after China and the United States. To help meet the country’s energy needs, India is expanding its …

Exclusive 360 Energy Expert Network Video Interview: Data Gumbo – Atlas RFID – Can you build a nuclear plant with no logistics loss?

Exclusive 360 Energy Expert Network Video Interview: Data Gumbo – Atlas RFID – Can you build a nuclear plant with no logistics loss?

Well we found the combination to eliminate logistics loss, improve cash flow, and build your own success story. The team from Data Gumbo and Atlas RFID stopped by to talk about how technology is changing logistics in the energy space.

Exclusive 360 Energy Expert Network Video Interview: Data Gumbo – Presenting at The Oil & Gas Conference Sneak Peak

Exclusive 360 Energy Expert Network Video Interview: Data Gumbo – Presenting at The Oil & Gas Conference Sneak Peak

Data Gumbo is presenting at The Oil & Gas Confrence at 3:45 Mountain on Monday the 17th of August, 2020. Sign up at The Oil & Gas Conference for a look at all of the presentations, and scheduling 1 on

Exclusive 360 Energy Expert Network Video Interview: YouTuber Tony Heller – Opinions on real climate change based upon data

Exclusive 360 Energy Expert Network Video Interview: YouTuber Tony Heller – Opinions on real climate change based upon data

Renewable Energy - Are the numbers what they seem?

Real Climate Science on YouTube has over 17 million views, and 81K in subscribers. In anyone's book that is a real success story. Tony Heller lays out the climate science in

Exclusive 360 Energy Expert Network Video Interview:  Aurora Energy Solutions – Taking ESG to the community of Alaska while tackling air quality with renewable energy

Exclusive 360 Energy Expert Network Video Interview: Aurora Energy Solutions – Taking ESG to the community of Alaska while tackling air quality with renewable energy

ESG is a huge part of the energy market from the consumer, and financial, side of the business. The Usibelli coal company is a 4th generation company and is the only coal mine in Alaska. As a private company the

South Australia Solar Fiasco Suggests What’s Ahead for New York

South Australia Solar Fiasco Suggests What’s Ahead for New York

Natural Gas Now


Oil & Gas Publishers Note: This is an excellent opinion piece written by Tom Shepstone. He brings up the over and under production of electricity to the grid depending on the weather. A total power solution for

Exclusive 360 Energy Expert Network Video Interview: Alex Epstein – Is there a moral case to not use energy in the reduction of poverty?

Exclusive 360 Energy Expert Network Video Interview: Alex Epstein – Is there a moral case to not use energy in the reduction of poverty?

We live in a strange world. Some people believe that there are too many humans, and humanity is destroying the planet. Others are of the opinion that humanity should prosper. All too often people do not want to have a

Source: CNBC

A massive renewable energy scheme in Australia has been recommended for environmental approval

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A vast renewable energy scheme has been recommended for environmental approval by Western Australia’s Environmental Protection Authority (EPA).

The Asian Renewable Energy Hub is a planned development in the East Pilbara area of Western Australia. Set to cover 6,500 …

America’s ‘clean energy’ workforce projected to fall by 15% in months ahead

America’s ‘clean energy’ workforce projected to fall by 15% in months ahead

CNBC


Over 106,000 people working in the U.S. “clean energy” sector lost their jobs in March as the industry struggled to soften the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, it was claimed Wednesday.

The analysis of Department of Labor data, released …

Saudi Arabia’s ACWA Power, Uzbekistan sign $2.5bn energy agreements

Saudi Arabia’s ACWA Power, Uzbekistan sign $2.5bn energy agreements

Gulf Business


The agreements include the construction of a 1,500MW Combined Cycle Gas-Turbine power plant and a 500-1000MW wind farm

On Sunday, Saudi Arabia’s utility developer ACWA Power revealed that it had signed three agreements, potentially worth up to $2.5bn, …

How long will the slowdown in renewables last?

How long will the slowdown in renewables last?

GreenBiz


Oil & Gas 360 Editors Note: Trevor d’Olier-Lees writes an excellent article looking at the renewable market, and if a downturn is on the horizon.  The key take away’s from the article are surrounding the removal of tax incentives

New electric generating capacity in 2020 will come primarily from wind and solar

New electric generating capacity in 2020 will come primarily from wind and solar

EIA


EIA expects 42 gigawatts (GW) of new capacity additions to start commercial operation in 2020. Solar and wind represent almost 32 GW, or 76%, of these additions.

New electric generating capacity in 2020 will come primarily from wind and solar - fig 1 -oilandgas360

According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) latest inventory of electric

Source: Houston Chronicle

Renewables get a boost from lower cost batteries

Houston Chronicle


Lower costs and more capacity helped to drive growth in the renewable energy industry this year, according to a new study.

The lifetime cost of operating utility-scale solar facilities declined by 18 percent and on-shore wind dipped by …

Wells Fargo inks solar deal with NRG

Wells Fargo inks solar deal with NRG

Source: Houston Chronicle


Wells Fargo, the San Francisco-based bank, negotiated a 10-year renewable energy deal with Reliant Energy, the retail electric provider owned by Houston and New Jersey based NRG Energy.

The agreement will provide about 62,000 megawatt hours of …

EIA: Renewables Generated More Electricity Than Coal in April

EIA: Renewables Generated More Electricity Than Coal in April

By Tyler Losier, Energy Reporter, Oil & Gas 360

Renewables edge out coal for the first time in U.S. history
This April, for the first time in U.S. history, monthly electricity generation from renewable sources exceeded that of coal-fired means,

In 10 States Wind and Solar Output Exceeds 20% of Total Power Generated – Iowa, Kansas Jump to 50%

In 10 States Wind and Solar Output Exceeds 20% of Total Power Generated – Iowa, Kansas Jump to 50%

Wind and solar generation are steadily growing in the U.S.

According to a new report released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA), wind and solar electric generation reached or exceeded 20% of total generation in 10 states in 2017.

Tellurian is sharply cutting the equity buy-in for potential partners in a bid to make its business model to finance construction of its proposed Driftwood LNG export terminal more attractive.

New Jobs in Energy: Technology, Innovation and Big Data

The changing face of energy: new jobs in the broad energy sector

Powering the industrial base, fueling all modes of transportation including the nation’s food distribution system, and setting the table for national economic growth—filling jobs in the energy industry …

Here’s Why Wind Could Replace Natural Gas

Here’s Why Wind Could Replace Natural Gas

The Accelerating Growth of Wind and Solar Energy is Being Driven by Government Climate Policies, Global Corporations Thrusting Themselves onto the Green Bandwagon, Fervent Activism Against Fossil Fuels, a Carbon Concerned Millennial Generation that is Willing to Pay More for

U.S. Electricity Sales Expected to Grow Even as Consumers Become More Efficient

U.S. Electricity Sales Expected to Grow Even as Consumers Become More Efficient

Total U.S. electricity sales expected to grow 0.7% annually through 2040

Electricity sales are expected to continue growing in the U.S. through 2040 even as consumers use energy more efficiently, the EIA reported. In 2015, 3.7 trillion kilowatthours (kWh) …

NatGas Will Grab 31% of Electric Generating Capacity Additions in 2016, Second to Solar

NatGas Will Grab 31% of Electric Generating Capacity Additions in 2016, Second to Solar

Electric generating facilities are expected to add more than 26 gigawatts (GW) of utility-scale generating capacity to the power grid this year, according to a report from the EIA. The majority of that increase is expected to come from …

March 1, 2016 - 5:56 pm Closing Bell Story‎, Oil and Gas 360 Articles
Solar Market Slows Growth but Remains Healthy

Solar Market Slows Growth but Remains Healthy

Renewables continue growth

Renewable sources of energy continue to grow in importance both inside the U.S. and internationally. Solar energy makes up an important portion of the overall renewable energy mix, but the growth in total capacity has slowed along …

September 14, 2015 - 3:46 pm Oil and Gas 360 Articles
Where You See a Depleted Oil Well, Quidnet Sees Green Energy Storage

Where You See a Depleted Oil Well, Quidnet Sees Green Energy Storage

With Hollywood seed funding, startup is testing abandoned oil and gas wells as grid-scale energy storage solution for wind and solar generation

“Our goal is to get to a cost point that’s potentially lower by a factor of about ten