Perhaps counterintuitively, Texas' oil industry will not be as heavily impacted as one might think.
Dr. Perryman runs through the relevant policy changes likely to come about under President Biden.
There is an effort across Texas to create a large battery storage capacity, which Dr. Perryman says is very important as we look to our energy future.
It happened half a world away, but the drone strike that hit a Saudi Arabian oil facility will mean drivers could soon see the price of a gallon of gas go up.
President Trump's order to repeal the Clean Power Plan won't revive the coal industry. In fact, Dr. Perryman says the markets decided on gas and clean energy.
Dr. Perryman says he is seeing a greater role for renewable energy in our overall strategy for greater energy independence, but says it won't be happening anytime soon.
Dr. Perryman says he is seeing a greater role for renewable energy in our overall strategy for greater energy independence, but it won't be happening any time soon.
As we saw in the Texas Workforce Commission's June jobs report, the Texas energy sector continues to put a strain on job creation, but Dr. Perryman sees some reason for optimism.