Free market at odds in debate to export more natural gas
Exportation would decrease the supply at home and raise prices.
Governor Jindal on “Making America an Energy Superpower”
Unlocking our energy resources is the key to making America both prosperous and secure.
The EPA: an agency of lobbyists
Don’t you dare call them “lobbyists” or “special interests.” They’re just selfless crusaders who want to save the Earth.
Study finds fracking does not pollute water
A landmark federal study.
EPA carbon rule dooms efficient coal plant
A similar fate awaits coal-fired power plants throughout the country.
California solar towers blamed for massive bird kills
A giant, state-of-the-art solar power complex in the Mojave Desert is incinerating birds.
How to talk about climate change so people will listen
A skeptic’s view.
Global Warming activists launch new attack on livestock, dairy
It will be impossible to address global warming properly unless people cut back on their beef and dairy intake, they say.
State, landowners make cases on Keystone XL to Nebraska Supreme Court
Expecting a ruling by year’s end.
Letter from California: Going ‘green’ can really cook your bird
The Ivanpah solar has been extra careful about tortoises roaming its range, but has done nothing about the birds it fries from the skies.
EPA emission rules threaten the interstate energy market
The latest regulatory nightmare provides strong incentives to avoid doing what it was supposed to encourage.