Written by Ken Haapala
By Ken Haapala, Executive Vice President, Science and Environmental Policy Project (SEPP)
This week was marked by a blowout that may have greater ramifications than the BP blowout in the Gulf of Mexico. The Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences published a survey of literature entitled ...
Written by Rich Trzupek - FrontPageMag.com
U.S. District Judge Martin Feldman did his best to helpout the Obama administration, but the president seems determined to go down in flames, or at least to wander aimlessly on a tar ball. Feldman's decision to overturn Obama's ill-considered six month ban on deepwater drilling in the gulf offered ...
Written by Paul Driessen
How exactly does the President plan to create his new Green Jobs Economy?
America needs decisive leaders who understand what government can (and cannot) do to stop the Gulf gusher, clean up the mess, and get business, jobs and prosperity back on track. Instead, President Obama sounds like an ...
Written by Dr. Roy Spencer
A new "study" has been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) which has examined the credentials and publication records of climate scientists who are global warming skeptics versus those who accept the "tenets of anthropogenic climate change".
Written by Brian Sylvester and Karen Roche of The Energy Report
Big American utilities pay big dividends, some as high as 8% among regulated utilities, and right now they're as cheap, relative to the bond market, as they've been in about a quarter century. If you like investments as income, few people know utilities equities better than Morgan Stanley Analyst ...
Written by SEPP.org
By Ken Haapala, Executive Vice President, Science and Environmental Policy Project
On Tuesday, IPCC Chairman R.K. Pachauri gave a rather remarkable interview on BBC, claiming that he welcomes a vigorous debate on the science of climate change. (See quote above.) Of course, the skeptics ...
Written by Alan Caruba
The Gulf of Mexico could turn into a giant dead zone if some means cannot be found to staunch the flow of oil and toxic gases emerging from the damaged well beneath the Deepwater Horizon. Industry insiders who understand the engineering of wells are beginning to speak openly among themselves of an ...
Written by Brian Sylvester of The Energy Report
Wellington West Analyst Kevin Shaw lives in Alberta and believes there are few better places to invest than Canada's oil- and gas-rich provinces. But he also sees attractive international opportunities in such places as Kurdistan, the North Sea and Albania. "When you're putting a drill bit into the ...
Written by Bishop Harry Jackson, Jr., Niger Innis and Reverend Samuel Rodriquez
Congress and the White House are using to Gulf oil spill to advance dubious energy agendas
Business and capitalism are dirty words in many White House and progressive circles, except in two ways.