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D CEO Awards Finalists

Finalists Announced: D CEO’s 2022 Energy Awards

These 28 finalists are paving the way forward during times of change and innovation in the industry.
Jonathan Grammar
Dallas 500

Meet the Dallas 500: Jonathan Grammer

The trial lawyer and landman shares how he sees the future of the energy sector taking shape, his passion for music, and more.
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Energy Industry

The Future of Texas Energy Is More Expensive

The state’s new regulations for the power grid combined with extreme demand amid weeks of triple digit temperatures will eventually hit your wallet.
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Energy Industry

Dallas-based Hover Is Growing the Green Energy Independence Movement

The companies microgrids capture wind and solar power and can be installed around the built environment.
By Jencie Tomasek
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Business

Scott Sheffield Is Leading the Energy Transition

Pioneer Natural Resources sits atop the world’s largest basin, but Sheffield has taken his peers to task over environmental issues.
By Jennifer Warren

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D CEO Events

Scenes from D CEO’s 2021 Energy Awards

Petroleum Club event featured a Legacy Award presentation to Pioneer’s Scott Sheffield and a panel discussion on the future of the industry.
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Awards

How North Texas Businesses Can Unlock the Potential of Energy Efficiency

Barriers are getting in the way of economic gains relating to smart energy use, says SMU’s Eva Szalkai Csaky. Here are five ways to knock them down.
By D CEO
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Business

The New Energy Landscape: Meet D CEO’s 2021 Energy Awards Winners

Once siloed, renewable energy and fossil fuel companies and leaders are collaborating to build a reliable and sustainable future.
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Awards

Nominations Open: D CEO’s 2021 Energy Awards

Honoring excellence and innovation in oil, gas, and renewable energy, from North Texas to the Permian Basin.
Bryan Fears and Patrick Luff
Business

After the Fatal Winter Storm, This Law Firm Wants to Hold the Utilities Accountable

Utility companies have long been protected from liability for blackouts. After February's deadly winter storm, a Dallas law firm hopes to finally hold them responsible.