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Billionaires’ Club using Greens to Undermine U.S. Energy Security

Billionaires’ Club using Greens to Undermine U.S. Energy Security

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 ...

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EPA’s “Energy Requiem for the Common Man”

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.”

In the January 17, ...

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Solar Storm 14 Times Larger Than Earth Could Unleash A Society-Crippling Electromagnetic Pulse

Solar Storm 14 Times Larger Than Earth Could Unleash A Society-Crippling Electromagnetic Pulse

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 ...

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EPA’s Power Plant Rule to Cost At Least $366 Billion

EPA’s Power Plant Rule to Cost At Least $366 Billion

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 ...

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Canada Opens a Coal-fired Plant with CCS Technology

The first utility-scale power plant to be equipped with carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology became operational this month in Canada. Canada refurbished an older unit, extending its life 30 years and retrofitted it with CCS equipment at a cost of $1.35 billion Canadian ($1.2 billion U.S.).[i] ...

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Farmer’s Harassment Claims Against Green Group to Get Airing

Farmer’s Harassment Claims Against Green Group to Get Airing

By Kevin Mooney | From The Daily Signal

Martha Boneta says a regional conservation group has trespassed repeatedly on her small farm in Paris, Va., about an hour outside Washington, D.C. Boneta says the group, the Piedmont Environmental Council, has attempted to drive her off the farm ...

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EPA Moves Goalposts with New Definition for Cellulosic Biofuels

Congress and President Bush determined that the United States should be producing specified amounts of cellulosic biofuel as part of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007. The trouble with the approach in 2007, which is still a problem today, is that a technology to produce cellulosic ...

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Obama Misleads Students about Climate and Energy

Climate change actually has little to do with energy choices

In his October 2 address on the economy at Northwestern University, President Barack Obama told students, “If we keep investing in clean energy technology, we won’t just put people to work assembling, raising and pounding into place the ...

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Fed Up With Federal Inaction, States Act Alone on Cap-and-Trade

Unsatisfied with the pace at which the federal government is acting to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, several U.S. states and a few Canadian provinces are forging ahead with their own initiatives.

In 2013, California kicked off a cap-and-trade programin an effort to reduce its emissions to 1990 ...

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