All-of-the-Above Strategy Necessitates Collaboration, Free Market

All-of-the-Above Strategy Necessitates Collaboration, Free Market

There is no denying that energy demand is surging—forecasted to grow 4.7 percent over the next five years, compared to a previous estimate of 2.6 percent. Efforts to meet this demand, however, are hotly contested and debated. Utilities in the Southeast United States are eyeing new gas power plants in order to keep up with…

EPA Considers Toughening Power Plant Rules

EPA Considers Toughening Power Plant Rules

Over the last couple years, the Biden administration’s federal agencies have proposed rule after rule to establish additional red tape across our domestic energy sector. For example, the EPA proposed vehicle tailpipe emissions so stringent it would essentially mandate the widespread adoption of electric vehicles by 2030. Though the agency slightly walked back the requirements,…

Climate Advocacy Tactic Facilitates Fear Mongering and Propels Misinformation

Climate Advocacy Tactic Facilitates Fear Mongering and Propels Misinformation

Around the country, the Gas Leaks Project has plastered advertisements aimed at spreading a misguided message surrounding the harmful effects of natural gas. Mirroring a popular reality television show, the $1 million “Hot & Toxic” campaign sponsored by Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors features characters that each showcase a potentially harmful byproduct of natural gas. Meant to…

Biden’s War on American Energy a Gift to Re-Elected Putin

Biden’s War on American Energy a Gift to Re-Elected Putin

In no surprise, Vladimir Putin was ‘re-elected’ president of Russia this month in a landslide victory. Putin embarks on a new six-year term facing no real internal competition to his power. The war in Ukraine has proved a battle of attrition, but as Reuters reports, “Putin is winning” that war. Though his people are suffering…

UK Backtracks on Natural Gas; Strengthens Argument for its Importance

UK Backtracks on Natural Gas; Strengthens Argument for its Importance

In an unexpected turn of events, the United Kingdom announced that it is turning away from its climate commitments, allowing new gas-fired power plants to be built into the 2030s. With an original objective of achieving complete renewable power generation by 2035, the ministers will allow the commission of new gas plants as a means…

Billions wasted on shame satellite instead of effective tech

Billions wasted on shame satellite instead of effective tech

This week, the new MethaneSAT took off on a SpaceX rocket in California, leaving environmentalists exuberated. Why? Because the satellite is intended to be a watchdog, monitoring and tracking methane emissions from the oil and gas industry. Designed by scientists from the Environmental Defense Fund and Harvard, and privately funded by the New Zealand government…

Biden Administration Quietly Scales Back Power Plant Rule

Biden Administration Quietly Scales Back Power Plant Rule

The Biden administration has been persistent in its quest to reduce emissions – even if that means threatening the U.S. electric grid. The GAIN coalition recently pointed out the serious concerns with the administration’s extreme regulatory agenda, including EPA actions to slash emissions from power plants and gas-powered vehicles ,  These regulations, which would simultaneously…

U.S. Guts LNG Export Opportunities Amidst Rise in Demand

U.S. Guts LNG Export Opportunities Amidst Rise in Demand

LNG exports have surged over the last decade, creating a lucrative industry driven by the United States, Australia, Qatar and Russia. In 2023, the United States surpassed Australia as the top LNG exporter, delivering 11.6 billion cubic feet per day to our partners abroad. With the industry’s success in our nation, 17 new projects have…

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