Written by Alan Caruba
It is almost beyond comprehension that Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) and Sen. Joseph Lieberman (I-CT) will introduce the Cap-and-Trade Act on Wednesday, May 12th, for consideration by the Senate. It is being passed off as a "climate bill" with provisions for more oil drilling, but it is an assault on ...
Written by National Center for Public Policy Research
Duke Energy CEO Asked to Disclose Amount of Company Support for Global Warming Activist Groups and Dollar Amount It Expects from Cap-and-Trade
Shareholder Activists Now Set to Attend Goldman Sachs Stockholder Meeting Friday in New York
Washington, DC: The National Center for Public Policy Research's ...
Written by Paul Driessen
Learning (the right lessons, hopefully) from the Gulf of Mexico disaster
Transocean's semi-submersible drilling vessel Deepwater Horizon was finishing work on a wellbore that had found oil 18,000 feet beneath the seafloor, in mile-deep water fifty miles off the Louisiana coast. Supervisors in the ...
Written by McLaughlin and Karen Roche of The Energy Report
Equities and Economics Report writer Victor GonÃ§alves says the cobalt story is still yet to come. In this exclusive Energy Report interview, Victor also explains how to tell the real rare earth companies from the wannabes.
The Energy Report:Victor, one of the big headlines since we last spoke is ...
Written by Rich Trzupek
never thought I'd agree with a member of the Kennedy clan, but Bobby Kennedy's son got it rightwhen he dismissed the much-hyped Cape Wind project that Interior Secretary Ken Salazar approved last week. "It's a boondoggle of the worst kind," Kennedy said. "It's going to cost the people of ...
Written by ERIC LIDJI FOR GREENING OF OIL
Anchorage, Alaska-May 4, 2010-Instead of using water, spin those oil sands. That's the headline of the latest article posted on Greening of Oil's website. The technology it reports on, designed by a physics professor in Georgia, has the potential of being a game-changer for Alberta's oil sands.
Written by Tim McLaughlin and Karen Roche of The Energy Report
Encompass Fund Founders Malcolm Gissen and Marshall Berol see the demand for uranium continuing to increase in the coming years, meaning an increase in uranium prices. As more nuclear power plants come online around the world, the need for more uranium will increase. In this exclusive interview ...
Written by Karen Roche of The Energy Report
Mercenary Geologist, Mickey Fulp feels that much of the uranium production in the world is under the auspices of regimes or countries that are unstable or unfriendly to the West, leaving supplies vulnerable. He prefers "companies operating in Wyoming, New Mexico and the Athabasca Basin because ...
Written by Paul Driessen and Willie Soon
Global warming alarmists have chosen the wrong part of the climate cycle to head north
First American Ann Bancroft and Norwegian Liv Arnesen trekked off across the Arctic in the dead of the 2007 winter, "to raise awareness about global warming," by showcasing the wide expanses of open water they ...