The West Interstate Hydrogen Interconnection concept receives DOE support

CASPER, Wyo. — The West Interstate Hydrogen Hub, of which Wyoming is a partner, has received a recommendation on its concept paper from the US Department of Energy’s Regional Clean Hydrogen Resources Program. Wyoming is collaborating with Colorado, New Mexico and Utah on the Hydrogen Hub concept, which is part of the states’ strategy for … Read more

Power failures reinforce calls for utilities to rethink gas; NC controller to evaluate Duke Energy rolling losses

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP/WNCN) – The federal utility’s decision to use electricity after coal and natural gas units went offline during the cold snap has fueled questions about the Tennessee Valley Authority’s recent decision to double down on fossil fuels. Meanwhile, North Carolina utility regulators on Friday told Duke Energy Corp. — which also forced a … Read more

Enverus: Fundamentals will bring oil back to $100

Concerns about an economic slowdown and recent softness in commodity prices will not cloud oil market fundamentals in 2023. The most fundamental of the market — oil supplies — could push prices into triple digits by 2023, according to a study by Inverse Intelligence. “On the oil side, we expect the price to reach $100 … Read more

Top Stories of 2022 | Bethel University

#5 Bethel Alma leads the US women’s hockey team at the Beijing Olympics. Joel Johnson ’96, GS’07, a former Bethel athlete and coach, served as the head coach of the US women’s hockey team at the Winter Games after leading the team to a silver medal in International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) ice hockey. Women’s … Read more

The $500,000 grant will enable research into the national gas exchange in the Bakken oil fields

GRAND FORKS – A $500,000 grant from the Department of Energy will support research at North Dakota oil wells to separate carbon and hydrogen from natural gas. The grant was awarded to the University of North Dakota’s UND College of Engineering and Mining in consultation with H Quest Vanguard, a Pittsburgh-based energy startup. The study … Read more

Power failures multiply calls for utilities to rethink gas.


Nashville, Tenn. — The federal utility’s decision to go into shutdown after coal and natural gas units went offline during a dangerous cold spell has added questions to the Tennessee Valley Authority’s recent decision to double down on fossil fuels. TVA experienced the peak power demand of the winter on Dec. 23 as an Arctic … Read more

One last lesson from 2022 that we are taking to 2023

“], “filter”: {“nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> When we face difficult times, Underneath the chaos, it can be challenging to remember that life is constantly emerging and changing. When we forget this natural order, it is a loving experience that reminds us of our ability to not only survive but thrive even … Read more

Start your New Year’s resolutions right at Irish School…

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