Chevron to Explore Carbon Capture, Utilization & Storage (CCUS) Business

September 13, 2021

The Largest Fossil Energy Companies Have Funds to Evaluate CCUS Press Release from Chevron Corporation, San Ramon, California, September 13, 2021 SAN RAMON & HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Sep. 13, 2021– Chevron U.S.A. Inc., through its Chevron New Energies division, and a subsidiary of Enterprise Products Partners L.P. announced a framework to study and evaluate opportunities for carbon [...]

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BLUEPRINT for SOLAR ENERGY FUTURE — US D.O.E. Report for Zero-Carbon Grid

September 12, 2021

US DOE Releases Solar Futures Study Providing the Blueprint for a Zero-Carbon Grid Report Released by U. S. Department of Energy, Washington, DC, September 8, 2021 New Report Shows Solar Energy Rapidly Expands, Generating More Electricity in 2035 than All Homes Consume Today and Creating Economic Opportunities Across America WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Department [...]

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Project Removes Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide for Permanent Fixation

September 11, 2021

The Dream of Carbon Air Capture Edges Toward Small-Scale Reality From an Article by Jon Gertner, Yale Environment 360 News, August 25, 2021 Next month, an industrial facility in Iceland will join a growing number of projects to remove CO2 from the air and put it underground. But major hurdles, including high costs, remain before [...]

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The Center for Negative Carbon Emissions Has Multiple Curious Projects

September 10, 2021

Arizona State University Proposes to Remove CO2 from the Air and Use CO2 Beneficially From the Center for Negative Carbon Emissions, World Wide Web, September 7, 2021 The Center for Negative Carbon Emissions (CNCE) is advancing carbon management technologies that can capture carbon dioxide directly from ambient air in an outdoor operating environment. We also [...]

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The Mountain Valley Pipeline (MVP) Being Large and Long Will Damage Streams & Rivers & Hills & Mountains

September 9, 2021

Mountain Valley Pipeline wants to drill under our headwaters! Dear Friends & Concerned Citizens, Thank you for considering the addition of your voice in opposition to the Mountain Valley Pipeline! The Federal Energy Regulatory Agency (FERC) has downplayed the potential impacts of boring on WV and VA waterways. MVP’s track record of water quality violations [...]

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It’s Only Reasonable to End Subsidies to the Fossil Fuel Industry

September 8, 2021

Tell the U. S. Congress: Pass the “End Polluter Welfare Act” From the National Offices of the Sierra Club, San Francisco, CA, September 7, 2021 It is time to end fossil fuel welfare. For decades, the fossil fuel industry has been handed billions of our taxpayer dollars. President Biden recently called for the elimination of [...]

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An Editorial in More Than 200 Health Journals Say “Urgent Action Needed on Climate Crisis”

September 7, 2021

Leaders called upon to take emergency action on climate change to protect public health From The Guardian Editorial Staff, Manchester, England, UK, PA Media, September 5, 2021 The British Medical Journal said it is the first time so many publications have come together to make the same statement, reflecting the severity of the situation. The [...]

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Marcellus Shale Coalition Overlooks Urgency of Climate Crisis

September 6, 2021

Reducing methane not enough, we need to carbon-neutral energy now Letter from Carolyn Steglich of Harrisville, PA, to Erie Times—News, September 3, 2021 The opinion piece from August 27, “America’s climate leadership rests in Appalachia” by David Callahan, president of the Marcellus Shale Coalition, a gas industry trade group, is cleverly misleading. While touting the [...]

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Jobs Exist Working To Build Electric Vehicle Facilities

September 5, 2021

A Win for Workers, Climate, and Communities — Electric Vehicle Investments With Labor Standards From an Article by Hannah Malus & Chris Chyung, Center for American Progress, August 19, 2021 After his release from prison, Frank had difficulty finding work. But since joining the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), he has built a career [...]

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Project Announced to Drill for Deep Geothermal Energy in West Virginia

September 4, 2021

WVU-led team tapped to explore geothermal energy — Drilling for newer, cleaner energy From the News Release by April Kaull, WVU News, August 26, 2021 This fall, West Virginia University researchers will drill three miles into the ground to test the potential of geothermal energy. If successful, it might eventually help to reduce the carbon [...]

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