Economy

Cuomo’s Fracking Ban Likely Cost New York $15 Billion in Production Last Year

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s ban on hydraulic fracturing (fracking) likely cost his state’s

An Open Letter To Rick Perry On Natural Gas Exports

Dear Secretary Perry, Last week you received a letter from a special interest group,

Africa Rejects Expensive Wind and Solar Power

Power-starved Africa is rejecting expensive wind and solar power, relying instead on affordable coal

Sorry, Sierra Club, Natural Gas Power Is Here to Stay

Bloomberg News reports today that natural gas has moved to the “naughty list” of

Environmental Progress President: Nuclear Closures Make Me Climate Alarmist

More nuclear power is the only way for the Earth to avert a global

Survey: Utility Industry Expects Natural Gas to Continue Replacing Coal

Natural gas will continue to gain electricity market share at the expense of coal

Cuomo Administration Blocks Pipeline, Locks in High Electricity Prices

New York Department of Environmental Conservation officials have rejected a proposed pipeline that would

The American Conservative Alleges Coal Cronyism: Is It True?

Are conservatives at risk of abandoning free markets and embracing coal cronyism in its

Fracking Added $1,000 to Household Budgets Last Year

Lower gasoline prices saved Americans more than $115 billion in 2016 compared to 2014,

U.S. Carbon Dioxide Emissions Fall to Lowest Since 1991

Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions have fallen to their lowest level since 1991, thanks to

Five Keys to China’s Renewable Energy Success

Environmentalists are touting China’s increasing use of renewable power, and there are several lessons

Environmental Progress President: We Need More Nuclear Power

The president of Environmental Progress, a public policy organization advocating for immediate action to