Webinar

Jun 24, 2020
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In August of 2018, some 2 years after entering into agreements with Petrobangla, Excelerate Energy brought the Moheshkhali Floating LNG (MLNG) project online through the delivery of its maiden cargo from Qatar and Bangladesh became the 40th country to join the LNG importer’s club.

Jun 16, 2020
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For the past few months, the world has faced hardship and uncertainty amid a global pandemic. Despite these challenges, utilities in the energy sector have worked hard to keep the lights on and provide reliable electricity.

Please join us for a webinar in collaboration with USAID on how the global energy sector is adapting during these unprecedented times. The webinar will highlight the work our global partners have done to increase resiliency and react to any crisis.

Jun 10, 2020
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Carbon Capture Utilization and Storage (CCUS) technology is emerging as an essential tool in the decarbonization discussion. With technology improvements and pending incentives, CCUS is now poised for widespread commercial deployment.  Continuing our CCUS Roadshow webinar series, Mike Moore of USEA will moderate a discussion with our guest speakers on the current status of, and prospects for, CCUS commercial deployment in the post-pandemic world.

To receive webinar details, please register here.

May 27, 2020
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USEA will host London Economics International’s Chief Economist, Dr. Marie Fagan, who will present her paper, "Up the Down Staircase: What History Teaches Us About Oil Demand After a Crisis."

The paper is based on studies of global oil supply and demand shocks, using over 40 years of trends and indicators to project the future of oil demand.

Click here to view a recording of the webinar.

May 21, 2020
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In 2019, the Rural Utility Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Office of Fossil Energy of the U.S. Department of Energy entered into a memorandum of understanding to support commercial deployment of carbon capture utilization and storage projects. The MOU recognizes the strategic importance of coal in the American energy portfolio and the potential of CCUS technology to protect the environment while stimulating job growth and economic development in rural America. 
 

May 5, 2020
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With an increasing number of employees subject to telework, America’s utilities are assessing the cyber security implications of COVID-19. In addition to reinforcing their cyber hygiene practices, they are orienting threat awareness to new attack vectors and considering the implications of social distancing in their incident response strategies.

May 6, 2020
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Like everything during these unusual times, the world of carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) is changing. Join USEA for a preview of the five full-day CCUS roadshows scheduled for New Orleans, Houston, Sacramento, Chicago and New York later this year. This one hour webinar will provide an update on how the dramatic changes in oil demand are affecting demand for CO2 and the future outlook on CCUS projects.

May 6, 2020
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As a teaser for the CCUS Roadshow conferences, this webinar will preview the expert insight in the changing world of CCUS, featuring 3 key speakers from the next Roadshow sessions.

May 7, 2020
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Is your utility determining whether and how it can help resolve the rural broadband gap? Now more than ever, broadband connectivity is essential to keep us connected. Utilities are well suited to help fill this gap in more ways than one. And with federal funding available, this is a unique time in our country’s history for utilities to consider broadband service. Participants in this webinar will discuss five reasons why utilities should be thinking about broadband connectivity:

Apr 16, 2020
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At a time in the world when countries are desperately seeking a cure and are trying to stem the spread of COVID-19, not only has society’s daily routine been transformed, but the electric industry’s as well.  Patterns of energy demand that have been largely predictable are now turned on their heads.

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