Energy Department Issues Notice of Intent for Crosscutting Technologies for Coal-Fueled Power Plants
The Energy Department has issued a Notice of Intent for a Funding Opportunity Announcement for crosscutting research for coal power plants.
December 11, 2018
Energy Department Issues Request for Proposal for Conceptual Designs That Advance the Coal Plants of the Future
The Department of Energy issued a request for proposal for conceptual designs of the coal plant of the future.
December 7, 2018
Secretary Perry Announces Appalachian Ethane Storage Hub Report
Report highlights the benefits of an ethane storage hub located in the Appalachian Region.
December 4, 2018
The U.S. Department of Energy Is Part of an International Team Set to Drill Gas Hydrate Test Well on Alaska North Slope
In an international partnership, NETL will investigate the resource potential of natural gas hydrates on the Alaska North Slope.
December 4, 2018
Department of Energy Announces New Solicitation for the High Performance Computing for Materials Program
The Department of Energy announced a second solicitation under the High Performance Computing for Energy Innovation Initiative.
November 14, 2018
Energy Department Announces Intent to Fund Research that Advances the Coal Plants of the Future
The Office of Fossil Energy announced its intent to fund research that advances the coal plants of the future.
November 13, 2018
Dr. Brian J. Anderson to head DOE’s National Energy Technology Laboratory
Today, ASFE Steven Winberg announced that Brian J. Anderson, Ph.D. will be the new director of the National Energy Technology Laboratory.
November 9, 2018
Dr. Brian J. Anderson to Head DOE’s National Energy Technology Laboratory
The U.S. Department of Energy announced that Brian J. Anderson, Ph.D. will be the new director of DOE’s National Energy Technology Laboratory (NETL).
November 9, 2018
Energy Department Seeks Information on Transformational Sensing for the Subsurface
The Office of Fossil Energy has issued a Request for Information on the development of transformational sensing capabilities for the subsurface.
November 5, 2018
Department of Energy Authorizes Short Term Natural Gas Exports from the Corpus Christi LNG Project
DOE approves short-term liquefied natural gas exports from the Corpus Christi Liquefaction Project to non-free trade agreement countries.
November 2, 2018
ASFE Winberg Attends Global CCUS Conference in ScotlandLearn More
On November 29, ASFE Winberg attended a conference in Edinburgh, Scotland, where he participated on a panel and highlighted U.S. CCUS work.
The Role of High Performance Computing in Energy ResearchLearn More
High performance computing is transforming the way energy scientists are conducting their research and development.
ASFE Steven Winberg Speaks at the U.S.-China Oil and Gas Industry ForumLearn More
On September 18–20, the Office of Fossil Energy participated in the 18th annual U.S.–China Oil and Gas Industry Forum in Houston, Texas.
FE Accepting 2019 Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship ApplicationsLearn More
The Office of Fossil Energy is now accepting applications for the 2019 Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship Program.
FE Staff Receive Secretary of Energy’s Achievement Award for 2017 Hurricane Response EffortsLearn More
Three Office of Fossil Energy staff members received the distinguished Secretary of Energy’s Achievement Award last week.
Assistant Secretary Steven Winberg Helps Inaugurate First Natural Gas Power Plant in Panama, Signs MOULearn More
Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy Steven Winberg traveled to the Republic of Panama to help inaugurate the AES Colon Natural Gas Power Plant.
Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy Speaks at Commissioning of Rare Earth Extraction FacilityLearn More
ASFE Steven Winberg delivered remarks at the commissioning ceremony for West Virginia University’s Rare Earth Extraction Facility.
Assistant Secretary for Fossil Energy Winberg Participates in the World Gas ConferenceLearn More
The Office of Fossil Energy participated in the 27th World Gas Conference this week.
Foreword: Global Energy Institute’s International Index of Energy Security RiskLearn More
This year’s International Index shows the U.S. was in 2016 the second-most energy secure country of the 25 large energy consuming countries.
16,067,208 Metric Tons of CO2 Injected as of January 3, 2018Learn More
16,067,208 Metric Tons of CO2 has been Injected as of January 3, 2018.
INFOGRAPHIC: Fossil Fuels and American Energy DominanceLearn More
INFOGRAPHIC: Fossil Fuels and American Energy Dominance
INFOGRAPHIC: 10 Things Made from Coal and Coal By-ProductsLearn More
Infographic: 10 Things Made from Coal and Coal By-Products
INFOGRAPHIC: 5 Facts About the Impact of DOE Research and the Shale RevolutionLearn More
From a Diamond Drill Bit to a Renaissance in American Manufacturing: 5 Facts About the Impact of DOE Research and the Shale Revolution.