Free market at odds in debate to export more natural gas
Exportation would decrease the supply at home and raise prices.
Green crony capitalism: For LCV, AWEA profits churn in the wind
As Democratic control of the Senate hangs in the balance, so does the fate of federal wind power subsidies—the only lubricant capable of keeping the faux-industry going.
Two years later, feds still eyeing Steyer and Musk companies
Solar companies financed by billionaire entrepreneurs Tom Steyer and Elon Musk remain under investigation by the U.S. Treasury Department.
Nothing better to do: Obama Defense Department to fight global warming
If we are to take the administration’s claims concerning the immediacy of and danger from global warming seriously, shouldn’t DOD undertake only CO2-neutral wars and humanitarian missions?
Lower oil prices are unambiguously good
A new Republican Congress, in its first 90 days, should put a bill on President Barack Obama’s desk authorizing the Keystone XL pipeline.
Fracking: The antidote to a lagging economy and a foreign oil addiction
States like North Dakota are reaping huge benefits.
NOAA says global warming not linked to extreme weather
There’s no identifiable connection between extreme weather and rising greenhouse gas emissions.
Why Pennsylvania should not enact a severance tax on natural gas
As the governor’s race heats up in Pennsylvania, one of the central issues is whether to enact a severance tax on natural gas.
Obama’s CO2 cuts are simply not possible
Reducing emissions 80 percent would require shutting down all coal power plants and preventing the construction of any new natural gas power plants.
Talking climate science with physicist Glenn Marsch (Part Two)
Americans should “cool it” or wait to see what the science really has to say about global warming and humanity’s part in it.
Ending the oil-export ban
The intellectual resource we most urgently need to regulate into oblivion is Carter thinking.