Good morning and welcome back to Generate!

Before we get going, I want to say Rest in Peace to former Sen. Pete Domenici of New Mexico, who died Wednesday at 85. I was on the energy beat when Domenici was chairman (and then ranking member) of the Energy and Natural Resources Committee in the twilight of his six-term career in the 2000s.

He was a fascinating guy who knew his stuff and was often generous with his time. Longtime Albuquerque Journal correspondent Michael Coleman has an excellent obit here that includes a look at his work on major energy legislation. Ok, let's get to the news . . .

On tap today: A House Energy and Commerce subcommittee's rescheduled hearing on the resilience and reliability of the electricity grid. The prepared witness testimony is already up here.

The federal Energy Information Administration will release its latest International Energy Outlook later this morning. It's a long-term projection of global supply and demand. Event info here.

Several senators and industry officials will speak at a Center for Climate and Energy Solutions event on technologies and policies to speed deployment of carbon capture and re-use. More info here.

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