Topic: Energy security

Oil and governance

April 23, 2012
Oil and governance

With dissatisfaction about U.S. energy policies on the rise, university experts explain how much control the U.S. government really has over gas prices.

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Poll: Americans aren't optimistic about energy

Oct. 20, 2011
Poll: Americans aren't optimistic about energy

As the first ongoing and nonpartisan measure of how Americans think and behave about energy, the Energy Poll reveals "a general level of angst."

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Study Will Assess Potential for Developing Country's Fastest Growing Energy Resource

April 4, 2011

With a $1.5 million grant from the Sloan Foundation, a team of energy scientists, engineers and economists at The University of Texas at Austin will conduct the first detailed, comprehensive assessment of the country's fastest growing major source of energy, natural gas from shale formations, or shale gas, likely to be one of the country's key fuels over the next 50 years.

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Solar Cells, Batteries and Geological Storage Research Receive $30.5 Million at The University of Texas at Austin

April 29, 2009

With two $15 million grants, scientists and engineers aim to revolutionize solar cells and provide the fundamental science for geological storage of greenhouse gases as part of two Energy Frontier Research Centers (EFRCs) established at The University of Texas at Austin by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).

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French Ambassador and Texas Leaders Will Discuss French-U.S. Energy Issues

Sept. 26, 2008

Event: Energy Technology and Policy in France and the EU: Some Implications for the United States.

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