EIA Data Show Exports Pose Little Threat to Cheap Natural Gas

U.S. natural gas production will outpace domestic demand for at least the next two

Electricity Prices Remain Low Despite Coal Decline, Here’s Why

Ten years after coal began losing substantial electricity market share – primarily to natural

Vox’s David Roberts Makes Climate Case for Nuclear Power

The premature closure of nuclear power plants is taking valuable carbon-free power sources out

Chinese Coal Power, and Pollution, Dwarf Rest of World

When it comes to coal power, no country can compare to China. China produces

China Seeks More Imports to Meet Natural Gas Demand

China is turning to natural gas power to fight urban smog but only produces

India Seeks More Natural Gas as Coal Power, Emissions Surge

Natural gas power is operating at only 20% of capacity in India, restricted by

Peer-Reviewed Study Debunks Hydropower Methane Claims

The vast majority of hydro power dams in the Mekong Delta in Southeast Asia

Fracking Pays You $2,000 Per Year in Reduced Energy Costs

The decline in gasoline prices attributed to hydraulic fracturing (fracking) directly saved the average

Study: Time to Modernize Nuclear Regulations

Nuclear power regulations are in dire need of modernization, with an obsolete regulatory regime

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