Written by by Gordon Holmes, Publisher, The Energy Report
Oil and gas analyst Adam Michael is excited-in some cases very excited-about a lot of things in his sector, including Turkish gas and Latin American oil plays. He even gets excited about long-term oil price fundamentals. Just don't ask him about the domestic oil and gas market. It's just so ...
Written by Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.),
Inhofe Says Bill Will Kill Jobs, Hit the Heartland Hard
Washington, D.C. - Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.), Ranking Member of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, commented today on the Kerry-Lieberman cap-and-trade bill and its eventual political fate in the Senate:
Written by Science & Environmental Policy Project
The Heartland Institute's Fourth International Conference on Climate Change will be held in Chicago, Illinois on May 16-18, 2010 at the Chicago Marriott Magnificent Mile Hotel, 540 North Michigan Avenue, Chicago. It will call attention to new scientific research on the causes and consequences of ...
Written by Jeff Poor
Media often criticize Tea Party activism for being promoted from top down, while green movement openly backed by major corporations.
The Business and Media Institute
It's the American way, right? It is patriotic to exercise the 1st Amendment by petitioning the government for a redress of grievances ...
Written by Conn Carroll
On March 15th, appearing with labor and environmental leaders, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa unveileda new alternative energy plan that he said would ensure the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power would meet his goal of securing 20% of its energy from renewable sources such as wind ...
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 ...