New AGF Study Shows Natural Gas’s Contribution to U.S. Energy Resiliency

A new study by the American Gas Foundation unpacks natural gas’ growing role in providing resilience to America’s energy and heating grids. The fuel has helped the grids perform under recent catastrophic events, and with increasing reliance on intermittent, renewable sources and increasing frequency of disruption, it’s important to understand how natural gas seals the vulnerabilities in our energy system.

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Source: Energy In Depth

Cardinal announces its 2021 operating and capital budget focused on continued debt reduction and asset optimization

CALGARY, Alberta – (CJ:TSX) Cardinal Energy Ltd. (“Cardinal” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that its Board of Directors has approved an operating and capital budget for 2021 that will focus on debt reduction, maintaining production levels and abandonment and reclamation expenditures. Highlights of 2021 Budget Generates adjusted funds flow of $70 to $75 [Read more]

Source: BOE Report

DOE: Emissions and Energy Prices Would Rise, Employment Fall Under a Fracking Ban

A national fracking ban would have significant negative impacts on both the American economy and the environment according to a new report released by the Department of Energy. The report found that not only would a fracking ban have “devastating” economic impacts, the economic hit would come alongside increased emissions, negating the perceived benefits of such a policy.

The DOE’s ...

Source: Energy In Depth