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Past articles by Marcy:

U.S. liquefied natural gas export capacity will be world’s largest by end of 2022

By the end of 2022, U.S. capacity is expected to increase to 11.4 billion cubic feet... → Read More

Executives warn of rare-earth mineral imbalance

It would require greater investment, something energy companies have shown a reluctance for in recent years. The industry has cut spending on new projects under pressure from shareholders to deliver higher profits. Investors, eyeing the energy transition, are reluctant to sink more money in projects that could become obsolete before they pay off. “If we don't invest in energy, we are going to… → Read More

U.S. stockpiles decline as oil prices remain steady

The nation’s commercial crude inventories increased to 432.9 million barrels during the week ended Dec. 3 from about 433.1 million barrels the previous week, the Energy Department said. With the inventory decline, the country has about 7 percent less crude on hand than the five-year average for this time of year, the department said. WORLD PETROLEUM CONGRESS: Oil execs expect more deals in… → Read More

Dreams of energy transition face harsh reality

In a perfect world, the fossil fuels causing the planet to warm would steadily be... → Read More

Daniel Yergin says the energy transition won't be quick

Daniel Yergin, the preeminent energy expert, has a warning for those who expect the... → Read More

Average prices for gasoline decrease with potential for price wars

Houston gas prices fell 3.3 cents per gallon in the past week to an average of $2.89. → Read More

The World Petroleum Congress is a big deal for Houston. Here’s why.

The World Petroleum Congress returned to Houston on Sunday for the first time since 1987... → Read More

ERCOT takes more steps to avoid another weather disaster

The state’s grid manager has formed a new group to ensure that power plants are... → Read More

Insight: Enron’s collapse reached beyond the energy company — to me

How the Enron scandal ensnared Arthur Andersen and affected thousands of employees —... → Read More

Kirby Corp. to pay over $15M for harm to natural resources from oil spill in Houston ship channel

The complaint alleges that the spill resulted from a collision that occurred while a... → Read More

Enron: The lives upended by its collapse

When it all came crashing down, thousands of people lost jobs, retirement savings, and... → Read More

U.S. stockpiles decrease as oil prices rise

The nation’s commercial crude inventories increased to 433.1 million barrels during the... → Read More

Shell’s sale of of Deer Park refinery to Pemex delayed

Shell is now targeting late 2021 as a closing date for the transfer of Shell’s interest... → Read More

Power from natural gas expected to rise in coming years

In Texas, more natural gas is produced than any other state, according to the EIA. → Read More

Gasoline prices decline in Houston and nation

Houston gas prices fell 2.6 cents per gallon in the past week to an average of $2.91. → Read More

Black Friday excitement continues to wane around Houston

Lines of between 20 and 50 people outside local big box stores Friday morning were a far... → Read More

Floating on water: LNG industry goes offshore

Floating liquefied natural gas plant are having a moment as countries phase out coal in... → Read More

The Black Friday experience is its own draw, Houstonians said

In-person Black Friday shopping may be a fringe activity, but for the hardcore few it... → Read More

Major U.S. utilities spending more on electricity delivery, less on power production

Major utilities spent 2.6 cents per kilowatt hour on electricity delivery in 2010, up... → Read More

Soaring gas prices, not COVID, may be the reason many stay home for Thanksgiving this year

The effects of the coronavirus pandemic on holiday travel may have eased this year, but... → Read More