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Companies plan carbon capture transport to Livingston Parish

Two publicly traded companies have reached an agreement to transport industrial carbon dioxide emissions along the Mississippi River corridor from Jefferson Parish to the...

Plug Power, Olin to establish green hydrogen plant in St. Gabriel

Plug Power Inc. of Latham, N.Y., and Olin Corp. of Clayton, Mo., signed a memorandum of understanding April 29 to create a joint venture...

GNO Inc. partners with RWE in wind power infrastructure initiative

GNO Inc. is partnering with a German-based RWE, one of the largest wind energy companies in the world, to develop the infrastructure needed to...

Mike Strain plugs carbon capture as climate change fix

Rising global temperatures could damage crop production, reports the Associated Press, but farmers also need domestic oil and gas production to increase, Louisiana’s agriculture...

Louisiana electric vehicle battery project in line for $107M federal loan

The U.S. Department of Energy has offered Syrah Technologies a “conditional commitment” for a $107 million loan to expand its capacity to produce materials...

Pipeline and energy projects must consider environmental impacts

The Biden administration is restoring stricter environmental standards for approving new pipelines, power plants and other construction projects, including requiring consideration of how such...

ExxonMobil sees carbon capture market at $4 trillion by 2050

ExxonMobiil estimates there will be a $4 trillion market by 2050 for capturing carbon dioxide and storing it underground, the company said in a...

Louisiana loses challenge to federal greenhouse gas emissions policy

In a victory for the Biden administration, a federal appeals court last week refused to revisit its March decision reviving administration plans to account...

Louisiana has become carbon capture capital of the South

Louisiana has become the carbon capture capital of the South, propelled by federal funding promoting carbon dioxide sequestration technology, a governor focused on reducing...

EPA investigates Louisiana environmental, health agencies for discrimination in air permits

The Environmental Protection Agency is investigating whether two state agencies discriminated against black residents when they were involved in permitting decisions for two chemical plants...

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