Our diverse portfolio of energy producing assets reflects our desire to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable, and modern energy for all. The success of our Renewable and Rare Earth Resource projects is driven by an entrepreneurial spirit, innovative technologies and start-ups, and ethically minded investors.
Our new partner in the renewable effort, Revolve Renewable Power, has successfully brought 2.23 GWs, of utility scale Wind, Solar, & Battery Storage energy projects under development across the United States and Mexico since 2012. Together, we aim to reach 5GW by 2022.
Developing Solar assets with battery storage to produce 250 megawatts, MWs, in western Arizona
Developing Solar assets with battery storage to produce 100+ megawatts, MWs, in eastern Colorado
Developing Solar assets with battery storage to produce 225 megawatts, MWs, in southwestern New Mexico
A subsidiary of Running Foxes, Rare Earth Resources LLC, for the extraction, separation, and processing of rare earth metals (REE) and critical minerals from natural gas and produced brines. These efforts are fueled by domestic REE supply chain vulnerabilities and the environmental implications of underground wastewater injection.
99% of Lithium is sourced internationally, dominated by China & South America
Demand for Li is forecast to rise at a CAGR of 30% to 744,060 tons LCE from 2020
^14.6% GACR of Lithium-ion batteries driven by rising demand for electric cars.
OIL & GAS PRODUCED WATER
equal to ~60% of one day of US freshwater use
Hydrogen will play a vital role in reducing emissions in industries that now face strict climate targets. The fuel, which burns clean when mixed with oxygen in a fuel cell, can power households, factories, cars, ships and planes. Canadian Pacific (CP) is working on three hydrogen locomotive conversions. Running Foxes Rare Earth Resources will pursue efforts to generate hydrogen from wastewater without the use of chemical additives and sourced from concentrations in natural gas from oil and gas wells.