Congressional Bills Set to Spur Nuclear Innovation

Two bills making their way through Congress would clear longstanding government obstacles to nuclear

U.S. Natural Gas Exports Could Be ‘Payback’ Against Russia

The Trump administration can put severe pressure on the Russian economy without resorting to

Saudi Arabia Approves Nuclear Power Plants

The Saudi Arabian cabinet has approved plans to build 16 nuclear reactors during the

AEI Praises Natural Gas Replacing Coal Power

The conservative American Enterprise Institute (AEI) praised the results of natural gas replacing coal

Analysis: U.S. Natural Gas Production Has Minimal Methane Impact

Natural gas production in the United States has a minimal impact on global methane

Nordhaus Points Out Flaws in Greenpeace Climate Strategies

The battle against global warming is being lost because environmental extremists like Greenpeace are

Prominent Warmists, Skeptics Forge Common Ground at Energy Forum

The most fervent believers and skeptics of imminent and severe global warming danger demonstrated

Forum: Warmists, Skeptics to Identify Common-Ground Energy Policy

Is there any hope for global warming advocates and skeptics to reach common ground

The Economics of Replacing Existing Coal Power Plants with Natural Gas

Executive Summary Defying predictions that closing coal power plants would cause a substantial increase

Global CO2 Emissions Rose in 2017, America Holds the Answer

Global carbon dioxide emissions ended a three-year plateau by rising 2% last year, scientists

Do Climate Scientists Support or Oppose Nuclear Power to Reduce Emissions?

Executive Summary Many advocates of government action to address climate change argue that now

Fracking Brings Power Plant CO2 Emissions below Transportation

U.S. power plant carbon dioxide emissions have fallen below those of the transportation sector,