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

Rick Perry Is The Perfect Choice For Energy Secretary

American energy policy should promote affordable, abundant energy, and Donald Trump made a perfect

Dear Ivanka: Al Gore Doesn’t Have Climate Solutions, Republicans Do

News reports indicate Ivanka Trump, daughter of the President-Elect, seeks to make global warming

China, India Choose Coal as U.S. Blocks Natural Gas Exports

China and India are ramping up coal power production, causing dramatic increases in air

Even in Saudi Arabia, Nuclear Power Makes More Sense than Solar

Saudi Arabia plans to replace much of its oil-generated electricity with nuclear power, showing

Natural Gas: A Short Bridge, Long Bridge, or Final Destination?

The environmental center-left often refers to natural gas as a “bridge” to a future

Liberal Split on Carbon Tax Creates Opportunity for Conservatives

Liberals and the Democratic Party are sharply split over a Washington State ballot initiative

Heartland Institute Gets It Right on Natural Gas

Heartland Institute policy analyst Tim Benson – a former colleague of mine – published

Ten Years and Counting: Natural Gas Prices Keep Dropping

Natural gas prices for residential use have been dropping for 10 years, thanks to