The Washington Examiner reported: “Saudi Arabia’s largest chemical company has announced plans to invest in U.S. shale gas production, after finding its own country has little natural gas to spare.” “Saudi Basic Industries Corp., the world’s second-biggest chemicals manufacturer, recently signed an agreement with the large Houston shale pipeline firm Enterprise Products Partners LP “to […]
She wants one-third of power in American households to come from green energy sources. It sounds like a lot of green cash for green energy companies like the now-defunct Solyndra and for climate change activists like Tom Steyer.
A good overall take on fracking in Colorado, where residents may have missed out on cashing in on fracking revenues as oil prices have now plummeted.
The Obama administration released a new set of rules regarding the oil extraction practice known as fracking, or hydraulic fracturing. Many supporters of fracking saw the new crackdown on their industry as another attempt to shut them down. It’s no secret that the Obama administration doesn’t like energy independence by way of fracking.
Another green energy disaster. Does green energy actually mean “let’s keep wasting taxpayer dollars” instead of “save the planet and/or environment”?
It seems like a reasonable swap and compromise on the surface, but it still leaves a lot of questions of how much fossil fuels can be found in either Alaska or the Atlantic Ocean, and what would be most efficient for oil companies.
WASHINGTON — Fracking, a divisive energy issue, has been approved in the George Washington National Forest in the state of Virginia. Fox News reported the U.S. Park Service initially banned fracking in the forest, which is the largest national forest on the East Coast, but rethought their plans after energy companies protested the ban. Fracking, or […]
WASHINGTON — Press conference after press conference and pivot after pivot, Barack Obama’s dream of efficient clean, green and solar energy is getting another shot in California. Reuters reports that California is planning to “bottle sunlight” in its next clean energy effort. Democratic Governor Jerry Brown told the audience at San Francisco’s Intersolar conference, “We can’t […]
WASHINGTON — Clean energy is struggling to survive in Peru, where the leftist president Ollanta Humala is facing significant hurdles to use Peru’s natural gas reserves. Reuters reports that Humala’s $11.5 billion plan to use natural gas reserves to try to develop the small Andes country is facing a reborn U.S. shale gas revival, militant […]
WASHINGTON — Global warming alarmists were disappointed by the 2012 reports on carbon emissions as some continue to question the feasibility of such restrictions. Reuters reports that carbon emissions spiked this past year, and noted that China was the chief culprit. China will not sign a U.N. agreement to limit greenhouse gases like carbon emissions. The […]
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1/28/2015 - Obama’s Energy Swap: Atlantic Drilling for Alaska Land
11/24/2014 - Fracking Approved in Virginian National Forest Area
8/13/2013 - California Liberals aim to “Bottle Sunlight”?
7/7/2013 - Peru facing Clean Energy Bubble Burst
6/12/2013 - Oh, the Sky is Falling! Reuters laments 2012 carbon emissions hike!
5/23/2013 - Fracking leads to Water Dispute in North Dakota
6/16/2011 - NPR Misreports Ethanol Subsidy Vote