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Capitol Crude: The US Energy Policy Podcast

Oct 3, 2022

Rotting food, farm waste and sewage don’t sound all that appealing, but they’re the bread and butter of the biogas industry – an industry that believes it has a pivotal role to play in providing green solutions to address the energy crisis spurred by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and the impending food...


Sep 26, 2022

Development of the Greater Sunrise gas and condensate fields, first discovered in the Timor Sea in 1974, has been stalled for decades. With a maritime border dispute between the Southeast Asian island country of Timor-Leste and Australia solved, the project continues to be held up over a disagreement on whether the...


Sep 19, 2022

Texas is one of the largest emitting states in the US and stands to become ground zero of the carbon management industry. But unlike other states, Texas law provides no clarity on ownership rights of pore space -- the empty underground cavities where companies can pump and permanently store captured CO2. While surface...


Sep 12, 2022

Voters will head to the polls November 8 where control of the US House and Senate are at stake along with the potential to flip the leadership in several states. The outcome of those contests will shape the second half of President Joe Biden’s term and influence the pace of change in US energy and climate...


Aug 29, 2022

Oil and natural gas industry groups were not pleased with the Inflation Reduction Act, signed into law Aug. 16, despite some positive elements for the sector, including provisions to ensure more oil and gas lease sales and expand carbon capture tax credits.

Among their main objections are the new 15% corporate...