Energy

President Trump: Don’t Forget Pipeline Infrastructure

America’s energy renaissance is being stifled by poor pipeline capacity, but President Trump’s trillion-dollar

Global Electrification Continues, Presenting Emissions Challenges

More than 85 percent of the world’s population now has electricity, up from just

Obstruction of Science: Activists Suppress Study Vindicating Fracking

Is it an impeachable offense to bury scientific evidence that would guide beneficial energy

House Committee Votes to Extend Nuclear Power Tax Credit

The U.S. House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee has approved legislation that would

Pielke Outlines Pragmatic Climate Skepticism

University of Colorado climate scientist Roger Pielke, Jr. published an interesting article yesterday making

U.S. Racks Up Massive Natural Gas Trade Surplus With Mexico

U.S. energy companies exported $3.7 billion of natural gas to Mexico last year, putting

U.S. Natural Gas Exports Can Starve Terrorist Funding

American natural gas exports are in an ideal position to strike a major blow

Renewable Jobs Claims Based On Deception, False Comparisons

Renewable energy advocates often claim renewable energy creates more jobs than conventional energy, but

Xcel Hides Renewable Costs in Wisconsin Natural Gas Bills

Xcel Energy is seeking to impose $36 million in rate increases on Wisconsin consumers

Anti-Fracking Elitists: Rural America Should Remain Economically Stagnant

Anti-fracking activists are resorting to a curious line of argument in their zeal to

India Announces More Nuclear Reactors, Reducing CO2 Emissions

India will build 10 new nuclear reactors that will more than double its current

Study: Hydro Power Dams Impound Additional Carbon

Lakes created by hydroelectric dams impound 13 percent of the organic carbon carried by