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The New Horizon: Understanding EPA’s 2024 Suite of New Environmental Regulations for Power Plants

On April 25, 2024, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) introduced a comprehensive suite of final environmental regulations significantly affecting the landscape of energy production in the United States. Targeting both new and existing fossil fuel-fired power plants, these environmental regulations – notably the GHG Rule, ELG Rule, and an update to the MATS Rule, […]

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Baltimore Bridge Collapse Halts All Exports from the U.S. Second-Largest Coal Port

In the early hours of March 26, 2024, the maritime and energy sectors witnessed a significant disruption when a containership collided with a support pillar of the F.S. Key Bridge in Baltimore, causing a catastrophic collapse. This unforeseen incident has not only severed a vital artery for the city’s transportation network but also immediately halted […]

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EVA Delivers Key Insights into U.S. Liquified Natural Gas Exports in Latest Report for the American Petroleum Institute

Energy Ventures Analysis (EVA) has released a comprehensive report commissioned by the American Petroleum Institute (API), offering in-depth analysis and critical insights into the dynamic landscape of U.S. liquified natural gas (LNG) exports. The report thoroughly examines the transformations witnessed by the energy industry over the past 15 years, providing essential context to recent fluctuations […]

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Navigating the New SEC Climate Regulation : An Overview

In 2022, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) initiated significant changes aimed at enhancing climate-related disclosures for registrants. Fast forward to March 6, 2024, and the SEC has finalized these rules, ushering in a new era of transparency and accountability regarding climate risks and financial impacts. Let’s delve into the key aspects of this regulation […]

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EVA Publishes New Report on the Operations of the U.S. Power Grid During the January 2024 Winter Storm

A detailed report released today by Energy Ventures Analysis offers an in-depth look at the operational challenges and responses of the U.S. power grid during the January 2024 Winter Storm. The storm, which swept across the United States from January 13 to 21, set unprecedented demands on the power system, testing the resilience and flexibility […]

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EVA Publishes New Report on the Operation of the U.S. Power Grid during Winter Storm Elliott

EVA’s new report, “Operation of the U.S. Power Generation Fleet During Winter Storm Elliott,” analyzes the performance of traditional power sources and renewable energy during the December 2022 storm that brought record-setting low temperatures and high electricity demand to most of the country. Coal, natural gas, and fuel oil provided 94 percent of the additional […]

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EVA Accurately Predicts Drop of Coal Inventories in its Monthly Coal Stockpile Report

On Friday, the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) released official statistics of the U.S. electric power sector for the month of August as part of its EIA Form-923 reporting. As reported in EIA’s 923 data, coal inventories at U.S. coal-fired power plants dropped below 90 million tons amid higher coal plant utilization rates and a […]

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EVA releases new Monthly Renewable Energy Outlook

Energy Ventures Analysis is pleased to introduce its newly revamped Monthly Renewable Energy Outlook. The Monthly Renewable Energy Outlook is a comprehensive report covering the entire U.S. renewable energy space. Highlights include recent policy updates, recently completed renewable energy projects, the current status of the combined and individual Interconnection Queues for the seven major U.S. […]

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NGSA and EVA publish Natural Gas Market Outlook for Winter 2021-2022

The Natural Gas Supply Association (NGSA) and Energy Ventures Analysis (EVA) released the Natural Gas Market Outlook report for Winter 2021-2022.  Highlights include forecasts for gas production, Canadian gas imports, power burns and economical switching, industrial demand, LNG exports, Mexican gas exports, and end-of-winter season storage scenario analysis. U.S. natural gas market became significantly tighter […]

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Understanding 45Q: The Carbon Capture Tax Credit

With several states and a number of utilities adopting decarbonization goals, carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) and carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) may find a role in an energy transition as coal and gas plants retrofitted with either technology could continue to operate. What is the 45Q tax credit? 45Q is a performance-based tax […]

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