The state of Texas is particularly well-situated to capture significant economies of scale in the CCUS industry and to take a leading role in the transition to a lower carbon future.
The energy transition will require a number of new technologies, none more critical than the broad commercial deployment of carbon capture, utilization and storage, or CCUS.
September 2023 monthly ERCOT report to the Public Utility Commission of Texas.
Modeled generation output based on currently operating and planned capacity suggests the US is on a path to generating more than 50% of its electricity through CO2-free sources.
ERCOT region’s summer assessment of generating capacity, baseload power, unit megawatt capacities during summer 2023.
Key operating statistics of ERCOT’s power load, capacity, and generation.
Nationwide siting assessment for direct air capture of carbon dioxide.
Helping heavy industries, refiners and resource holders to meet their net-zero-emission ambitions through the integration of proven technologies for affordable greenfield blue hydrogen production.
Realistic hydrogen-based solutions for sustainable aviation.
Hydrogen’s abundance and unique capabilities make it potentially a significant part of many segments in the low carbon energy future.
Solving the “dual challenge” increasing human flourishing and economic growth while reducing global emissions.
A living strategy that provides a snapshot of hydrogen production, transport, storage, and use in the United States today, as well as an assessment of future hydrogen opportunities.