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US solar emerges as leading source of electricity

US solar emerges as leading source of electricity

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US solar emerges as leading source of electricity

Solar is the fastest-growing and largest contributor to new generating capacity, outpacing other energy sources, according to a new report

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‘Gaps in Global Methane Pledge pose threats to success’

‘Gaps in Global Methane Pledge pose threats to success’

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‘Gaps in Global Methane Pledge pose threats to success’

Two years after its initiation by the US and the EU, the effectiveness of the Global Methane Pledge faces uncertainty due to inadequate oversight, according to a report

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‘Global crude oil production to be lower than expected’

‘Global crude oil production to be lower than expected’

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‘Global crude oil production to be lower than expected’

Analysts also believe there will be a 24% uptick in electricity made from solar compared with last year

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ZeroAvia and Edmonton International Airport in hydrogen infrastructure tie-up

ZeroAvia and Edmonton International Airport in hydrogen infrastructure tie-up

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ZeroAvia and Edmonton International Airport in hydrogen infrastructure tie-up

They will conduct a pilot programme which will fuel a demonstrator aircraft and other operations at both the main airport and Villeneuve Airport

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Asia’s natural gas usage to continue to outpace supply

Asia’s natural gas usage to continue to outpace supply

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Asia’s natural gas usage to continue to outpace supply

The supply imbalance is expected to widen through the projection period, resulting in non-OECD Asia increasing reliance on natural gas imports from other regions

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Wind to be fastest growing power source in the US in 2020

Wind to be fastest growing power source in the US in 2020

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Wind to be fastest growing power source in the US in 2020

The Energy Information Administration forecasts power production from wind turbines will rise by 6% in 2019 and 14% next year

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Australia ‘on track to become world’s largest LNG exporter’

Australia ‘on track to become world’s largest LNG exporter’

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Australia ‘on track to become world’s largest LNG exporter’

Its export capacity increased from 2.6bn cubic feet per day (Bcf/d) in 2011 to more than 11.4Bcf/d this year

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US utility-scale battery storage capacity to nearly triple by 2023

US utility-scale battery storage capacity to nearly triple by 2023

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US utility-scale battery storage capacity to nearly triple by 2023

It could exceed 2,500MW over the next four years if currently planned additions are completed and no operating capacity is retired

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US crude oil production hit new record in 2018

US crude oil production hit new record in 2018

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US crude oil production hit new record in 2018

Production in December last year was the highest monthly level seen in US history

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EU member states ‘continue to struggle with emissions’

EU member states ‘continue to struggle with emissions’

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EU member states ‘continue to struggle with emissions’

Full implementation of EU environmental legislation is expected to save the economy around €55bn every year

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US coal exports reach five-year high in 2018

US coal exports reach five-year high in 2018

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US coal exports reach five-year high in 2018

They have risen since 2016 as international prices have made it more economic for US producers to sell the fuel source overseas

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US ‘to export more energy than it imports by 2020’

US ‘to export more energy than it imports by 2020’

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US ‘to export more energy than it imports by 2020’

It is forecast to happen as increases in crude oil and natural gas production outpace growth in US energy consumption

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