Fossil fuel demand to peak this decade,
The Houston Chronicle, Sep. 26, 2023
WASHINGTON — Demand for fossil fuels will peak this decade as the adoption of clean energy technologies such as wind and solar continues to grow, the International Energy Agency forecast Tuesday.
The expansion is expected to come under existing government climate policies, the group said. If world governments were to expand policy in line with 2050 targets of net zero emissions, demand for oil, coal and natural gas would decline 25% by 2030 and 80% by the midcentury.
-The Houston Chronicle, Nov. 3, 2023
Texas is well-positioned to lead carbon capture projects, driving economic growth with fewer emissions. We have the infrastructure and expertise for advancing carbon capture technology to create affordable and reliable power generation if the EPA gets out of the way.
-The Houston Chronicle, Oct. 13, 2023
Blue hydrogen is the way forward for Texas! By harnessing the power of natural gas and implementing Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) technology, we can produce hydrogen with fewer emissions and create a reliable energy future.
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-The Meade County Messenger, Oct. 10, 2023
Carbon capture projects are growing rapidly around the world. Texas needs to establish the regulatory and economic framework to foster profitable CCUS investment opportunities for all Texans.