The following are the top stories in the Wall Street Journal. - Henry Kissinger, a former U.S. foreign policy diplomat who served as a national security adviser and secretary of state under two presidents and earned a Nobel Peace Prize, died on Wednesday at the age of 100. - Occidental Petroleum is in talks to buy CrownRock, a major energy producer in the west Texas area of the Permian basin in a deal that could be valued well above $10 billion including debt.
New York state could suffer more frequent and severe power outages during prolonged cold snaps as electricity demand surges and renewable energy grows in the next decade, a study by the state's grid operator found on Wednesday. The New York Independent System Operator's (NYISO) 2023-2032 reliability plan also flagged risks to New York City's power supply from any unplanned delays in the construction of new power lines that is expected to finish in spring 2026.
In this article, we’ll discuss the top natural gas-producing companies in the US and their current dynamics. If you want to skip our detailed overview of the country’s natural gas sector, read Top 5 Natural Gas Producers in the US. The United States is rich in natural gas resources found in multiple key basins and regions. Firstly, the […]