Market Moves: Energy - Jan 26th, 2024
Also: An EPA rule for methane emissions and LNG export forecasts
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January 26, 2024
Big stories and lofty goals

Our latest roundup of energy-related news from across Endeavor Business Media stretches from the offices of D.C. regulators to LNG plants on the Gulf Coast and remote military bases before reaching all the way into space. The last three stories listed here show that "All of the above" is the approach innovators are adopting when it comes to energy-storage options. The progress being made and contemplated is enough to get your hopes up.

— Geert De Lombaerde

U.S. oil and gas companies would pay $900/tonne this year for methane emissions exceeding certain levels.
Offshore E&P capex expected to exceed $200 billion this year.
The EIA expects the continent's LNG export capacity to more than double by the end of 2027.
A CEMIG-Enline partnership highlights the capability of a digital twin model to use real-time operational data.
Computer vision has become a cost-effective way to manage asset inspection and asset maintenance.
The battery's combination of energy densities and cost can enable the electrification of industrial heat in difficult-to-decarbonize sectors.
The project aims to demonstrate the role energy storage plays in energy security at remote military installations.
The parties are working on battery cell safety and systems for advanced air mobility and space applications.