Four teams of New York power grid workers are living on-site to ensure the round the clock operation of electricity to the city.
As the energy industry faces an uncertain time, oil and gas companies are increasingly turning to Silicon Valley for help streamlining operations, cutting costs and boosting efficiencies.
Essential staff in the U.S. electric industry may be asked to live on site at power plants and control centers to keep operations running if the Coronavirus outbreak worsens.
Continuing our blog series, “Powerful Reading,” our team of energy trading consultants at MidDel Consulting will be sharing some of their favorite books.
Major natural gas investments, in recent years, could bring the sector to its tipping point. However, some stakeholders say the fuel still has an important role to play in a decarbonized future.
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Grid operators are taking steps to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus.
Tri-State to shut New Mexico, Colorado coal plants by 2030. Read more here:
U.S. energy exports to China will increase as a result of a recent trade agreement. Read more here: