News Round-Up: June 12-June 19

News Round-Up: June 12-June 19

Houston Chronicle (Commentary): If Texas will not regulate methane emissions, then the feds must June 16 — The oil and natural gas deposits in the Permian Basin are millennia older than the states of Texas and New Mexico, which today sit on top of them. The...
News Round-Up: June 12-June 19

News Round-Up: June 5-June 11

KXAN: Some are concerned Texas’ new ERCOT reform bills will cost customers June 8 — There are concerns new laws intended to prevent massive power outages like what we saw during February’s winter storm don’t go far enough. — READ MORE Texas Tribune: Texas...
News Round-Up: June 12-June 19

News Round-Up: May 24-30

E&E NEWS: Documents reveal natural gas chaos in Texas blackouts May 20 — While numerous wind facilities had issues in Texas, gas-powered generation had the most megawatts of generating capacity offline of any resource during the February power crisis,...
News Round-Up: June 12-June 19

News Round-Up: May 8-14

KXAN: Proposed power outage alert system aims to improve communication in future winter storms May 10 — Texas lawmakers have spent hours discussing legislation aimed at addressing the failures of the state’s power grid, infrastructure and lack of reliable...
News Round-Up: June 12-June 19

News Round-Up: May 1-7

WFAA Here’s how much winterizing the Texas power grid could impact your power bill May 2 — The cost to construct a one-gigawatt power plant is roughly $1 billion. So, winterizing it would cost about $10 million, he said.   —  READ MORE   El Paso Times: El...
News Round-Up: June 12-June 19

News Round-Up: April 24-30

Fox 4: Oncor requests nearly $100 million in rate hikes April 27 — “Cities are looking after residential and commercial rate payers. It is the cities who protect rate payers to greatest degree,” said Don Knight, Dallas city attorney. —  READ MORE  ...