June 2018, Vol. 245, No. 6


Roadmap to Future Energy Infrastructure

By Richard Nemec, Contributing Editor After his first year in Washington as Secretary of Energy, Texas native and former Gov. Rick Perry obviously felt at home when he returned in March to address part of the CERAWeek conference in Houston The GTI Research Institute south campus in Des Plains, Ill. Back in familiar territory, he was eager to impart what he called some “new energy realism” and push aside any remnants of the recent past, which he classified as “old energy pessimism.” Technology was what Perry wanted to talk about, and he talked about it bullishly. A few weeks earlier in Houston, Perry and various DOE officials met with upst

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