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Venture Global to store carbon at Calcasieu Pass, Plaquemines LNG sites

Venture Global LNG plans to capture and sequester carbon at its Calcasieu Pass and Plaquemines LNG facilities, according to the company's May 27 press...

Activist investor shakes up ExxonMobil board by winning seats

Activist investor Engine No. 1 won at least two seats on the board of ExxonMobil, delivering a sharp rebuke to the nation’s largest oil...

Carbon capture, storage could soon be a reality in Louisiana

A renewed national focus on reducing carbon pollution has several Louisiana businesses searching for ways to capture and permanently store the emissions in deep...

Deepwater Horizon funds pay for new coastal projects

Gov. John Bel Edwards announced last week that three large-scale coastal restoration projects are now under construction to restore more than 2,900 acres of...

Edwards urges Senate committee to lift offshore lease moratorium

While testifying in front of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee on May 13, Gov. John Bel Edwards asked that the pause on...

Louisiana to join U.S. Climate Alliance, sets carbon-neutral goals

Gov. John Bel Edwards announced plans last week for Louisiana to join the U.S. Climate Alliance, a move that follows an earlier executive order...

G2 Net-Zero LNG to debut new technology at Lake Charles area plant

G2 Net-Zero LNG's planned export facility in the Lake Charles area will be the first to integrate NET Power’s Allam-Fetvedt Cycle technology, following the...

Partnership will store hydrogen in Louisiana salt caverns

Mitsubishi Power Americas and Texas Brine Company are collaborating to develop large-scale, long-duration hydrogen storage solutions in Louisiana and other locations to support decarbonization...

’10/12 Industry Report’ webcast: How quickly should Louisiana adapt to the changing energy landscape?

Change is undoubtedly coming to the energy sector, so how quickly should Louisiana adapt? That’s the question that was posed by both Scott Angelle, former...

Lake Charles industry to pay $5.5 million for Calcasieu contamination

Nine Lake Charles area chemical companies and oil refineries have agreed to pay the federal government $5.5 million for their contamination of the northern...

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