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Cheap Energy, Not Carbon Taxes Should Be The Focus Of Obama Administration

NCPA Expert Says Current Climate Bill Efforts Are Especially Destructive During This Economic Decline

Dallas- The Obama Administration should focus less on putting a price on carbon this year and focus more on making energy cheaper and more accessible, according to NCPA Senior Fellow H. Sterling ...

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Greg Gordon: Big Deregulated Utilities, Pt. II

Big deregulated utilities pay solid dividends and offer investors a means to leverage the ongoing economic recovery. But it's a complicated business; that's why we asked Morgan Stanley Analyst Greg Gordon to break it down in this exclusive interview with The Energy Report. In this second half of ...

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Obama’s Green Energy Myth

Obama’s Green Energy Myth

President Obama's attempt to turn the Deepwater Horizon disaster into an advertisement for alternative "green" energies and "cap and trade" legislation was so offensive that even Senator Diane Feinstein was forced to observe that "the climate bill isn't going to stop the oil leak."

In a June 15 ...

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Hidden Dangers In The Gulf - Fact or Fiction

Hidden Dangers In The Gulf - Fact or Fiction

While the media have been focusing on the damage from the oil spill to the Gulf waters and coastline, they have been ignoring what could be an issue of far greater consequence. This oil leak could be unstoppable and in fact could become much worse - according to rumors. How hard could it be to ...

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Chris Pikul Favors 'Oily' Names; Cautious on Gas

Chris Pikul Favors 'Oily' Names; Cautious on Gas

Morgan Keegan Analyst Chris Pikul is bullish on oil and soft on gas but believes you can still "win the game" by being a discriminating investor in oil and gas E&P companies. "You need to be really focused on gas companies with the best quality assets and strong balance sheets. . .you really ...

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Climate Changes, Cap and Trade, June 27, 2010

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 ...

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Doubling Down on Disaster

Doubling Down on Disaster

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 ...

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A few questions for President Obama

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 ...

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The Global Warming Inquisition Has Begun

The Global Warming Inquisition Has Begun

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".

Not surprisingly, the ...

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