Federal energy data doesn’t matter this week. OPEC does.
While BlackRock leads the way, Harvard business professors express caution.
Advocates argue for more energy storage after wind turbines froze during the recent Texas blackout.
Freeze, OPEC and COVID vax mean higher pump prices.
With power back on, state probes problems with grid operators.
Brent crude oil is up a staggering 27 percent this year.
The spike comes just as refiners prepare to make a more expensive blend of gasoline.
Explosive Issue: U.S. Transportation Dept. To Study Undoing Trump-era Rules On Liquefied Natural Gas
Regulatory changes adopted in July 2020 created potential for “bomb trains,” critics say.
But developing ways to safely power long haul aircraft is proving to be challenging.