Charts, charts, charts
Russia-Ukraine. Record crack spreads. $120 oil. Inflation Reduction Act. $4+ gasoline. European energy crisis. OPEC maneuvering. Ripping natural gas prices. Runaway inflation.
That's all just 2022
Our long -term goal is to break our content out into energy subsectors, each with insights, datasets, chart libraries, and interactive data dashboards. For now, we'll try to continue to provide data-driven insights.
We have a Special Report (250-300 page) coming out in the near-future that will provide state-by-state breakdowns of renewable activity in the U.S. - look for that soon.
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Energy vs Technology
Despite the moves in Energy stocks in 2022 vs the struggling broader market, there is a long way to go in the energy-tech relationship historically
Enjoy this interactive map showing CO2-equivalent emissions for all U.S. power plants by location and fuel source
Coal represent 21% of U.S. power generation but 51% of U.S. power generation emissions
Everything is Bigger in Texas
Slight variation on a chart we've done in the past
Renewable power generation in Texas is now larger than total generation in all other U.S. states but five - California, Florida, Illinois, Pennsylvania and Alabama
Slow & Steady Wins the Race
The first half of 2022 saw the most zero-carbon power generation in U.S. history, at 41%
The slope of change likely steepens soon on the heels of the Inflation Reduction Act passage
Natural Gas Prices Hitting Power Prices
With natural gas near $10/MMBtu we'll likely continue to see substantially higher power prices
Industrial power prices are the closest to wholesale for the best insight into fuel dispatch pricing
The U.S. states with the highest exposure to natural gas generation have seen their power prices increase 3x more than the states with the lowest exposure to gas-fired power and now have industrial power prices 33% higher
Current Planned Capacity Expansion
The numbers are expected to go much higher than the current 128,000 MW capacity planned project pipeline after the IRA
Texas is building 20% of the U.S. planned capacity
Solar is 44% of planned capacity additions