Written by Nick Cunningham
As November draws to a close, there are two major events that could profoundly change the oil markets.
With the clock ticking, the 5 permanent members of the UN Security Council plus Germany (P5 plus 1) are negotiating down to the wire with Iran over its nuclear program. The two sides have made ...
Written by John Glennon
A recent study by NERA Economic Consulting, commissioned by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM), examines the next big threat from EPA’s regulatory agenda, a stricter ozone regulation. This means a lower limit on ground level ozone through the National Ambient Air Quality Standards ...
Written by Paul Driessen
Trillions of dollars in ozone compliance and economic stagnation costs, for fabricated benefits
Looming Environmental Protection Agency ozone regulations personify the Obama administration’s secrecy, collusion, fraud, and disdain for concerns about the effects that its tsunami of regulations is ...
Written by Nick Cunningham
Despite what appears to be a saturated oil market in 2014, oil producers around the world will struggle to meet rising demand over the next few decades.
In its latest annual World Energy Outlook, the International Energy Agency (IEA) warned that the current period of oil abundance may be fleeting, ...
Written by Kevin Mooney
By Kevin Mooney | From The Daily Signal
Martha Boneta’s years of struggle with a powerful conservation group could come to the beginning of an end this week.
Boneta owns the 64-acre Liberty Farm in the Paris area of Fauquier County, Va. Almost since her family bought the property ...
Written by Marita Noon
Shouldn’t be we fighting a war on terrorism not on fossil fuels?
“You are responsible for President Obama’s re-election,” I told 150 folks from the oil and gas industry —most of whom were conservative Republicans. I spoke to them on October 15 in San Angelo, Texas. A reporter covering the ...
Written by Charles Battig, M.D.
Aaron Copland’s 1942 concert piece “Fanfare for the Common Man” brings forth images of the nobility of the ordinary citizen. Recent actions by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and environmental extremists bring forth images of an “Energy Requiem for the Common Man.”
Written by Michael Snyder
Did you know that a storm 14 times larger than the Earth is happening on the sun right now? Earlier this week, it unleashed a flare which was a million times more powerful than all of the nuclear weapons in existence combined. Fortunately, that flare was not directed at us. But ...
Written by IER
A study by NERA Economic Consulting estimates that the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) carbon rule for existing power plants could cost at least $366 billionand that residents in 43 states would see double-digit percentage increases on average in their electricity bills over the 15-year ...