Since 2005, US carbon dioxide emissions have declined by roughly 25%. Technological advancements and rising consumer demand for clean energy sources have driven the reductions, even as federal policymakers revisit existing environmental and clean power rules. Increasing demand from electric utilities is helping to position natural gas as a key carbon transition fuel,but an overabundant supply is suppressing prices – creating challenges in attracting long-term capital investment. While sound environmental policy may ultimately drive greater investment into the power and midstream sectors, risks including commodity price volatility, permitting, and technological and financial feasibility must be addressed.
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