Permian Electrification Efforts Prove Challenging

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Using more electricity-powered rigs and equipment in the oil field has emerged as a key part of many US shale players’ plans to decarbonize their operations. But getting the power to that equipment is proving to be a significant challenge in the Permian Basin, according to a Pioneer Natural Resources executive.

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