March 30, 2021 archive

Devon to report 1Q earnings May 4

Oklahoma City-based Devon Energy will release its first quarter earnings report on Tuesday May 4. The company announced the release will be made after the close of U.S. financial markets. It will follow with a conference call the next day, Wednesday May 5 at 10 a.m. Central Time.  The earnings release and presentation for the …

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Energy news in brief

** South Korea’s SK Innovation Co Ltd said on Tuesday it is considering all options including pulling its battery business out of the United States if President Joe Biden does not overturn a trade panel’s decision against it by April 11. ** Twenty-six people were arrested last week at a Line 3 pipeline protest in Minnesota, including some …

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New Mexico sues US over proposed nuclear waste storage plans

  New Mexico sued the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission on Monday over concerns that the federal agency hasn’t done enough to vet plans for a multibillion-dollar facility to store spent nuclear fuel in the state, arguing that the project would endanger residents, the environment and the economy. Click here for story from Associated Press.

How a wave of electric-car adoption could strain power grids

  The power crisis that left more than 100 dead in Texas last month now has Electric Vehicle proponents wondering and pondering how a new wave of EVs could pressure the country’s electric grid. Could the increase in EVs result in more power crises? Will there be enough electric power to recharge a growing population …

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