Governor Rick Perry: America’s enemies are hoping we ‘go green’

Governor Rick Perry: America’s enemies are hoping we ‘go green’

Following the aftermath of President Biden’s poor energy policies, former Secretary of Energy and Texas Governor Rick Perry penned an op-ed detailing foreign involvement in U.S.-based climate groups. Recently, a group tied to the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) was exposed for pouring funds into American climate advocacy groups, who are pushing for a U.S. transition…

Patrice Douglas: Joe Biden’s War on LNG: What’s Really at Stake

Patrice Douglas: Joe Biden’s War on LNG: What’s Really at Stake

President Biden’s decision to pause Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) exports was met with extreme backlash from energy experts concerned about the consequences to global security and American workers. GAIN coalition advisor Patrice Douglas wrote a column for RealClear Energy calling out President Biden’s “rash decision” to stall permits for LNG export projects. The column, titled…

LNG Moratorium Won’t Go Down Without a Fight

LNG Moratorium Won’t Go Down Without a Fight

In the wake of the Biden administration’s decision to delay all new LNG export permits, congressional leadership has stepped up to secure our nation’s energy future, strengthen our relationships with allies and protect American jobs. This decision sent shock waves through the international community as it puts into question America’s credibility as a supplier and…

What Others Are Saying: Administration’s Moratorium of New U.S. LNG Export Permits

What Others Are Saying: Administration’s Moratorium of New U.S. LNG Export Permits

Recently, the Biden administration announced that it will be delaying all permits for new LNG export facilities, citing climate concerns and community impacts. A short-sighted move to entice his environmentalist base, Biden’s decision will put our international relationships, role in global energy security and the prosperity of American workers into harm’s way. Leaked initially by…

General Spider Marks: US natural gas exports hold key to global energy security

General Spider Marks: US natural gas exports hold key to global energy security

Major General (Ret.) Spider Marks recently penned an op-ed in the Washington Examiner about a conversation at December’s COP28 that deserved more attention: the important role LNG has for reaching global climate targets. LNG as a climate solution was largely overlooked by attendees despite the fact that it likely holds the key to reducing carbon…

Rising Global Oil Demand and the Case for Increased U.S. Production Amidst Energy Policy Debate

Rising Global Oil Demand and the Case for Increased U.S. Production Amidst Energy Policy Debate

Global oil demand is still on an upward trajectory as the International Energy Agency (IEA) expects it to rise to 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd). Pointing to macroeconomic challenges, the agency increased its 2024 growth projection from 130,000 bpd to 180,000 bpd. Despite the administration’s host of de-facto mandates and hostile energy policies, the…

Norway’s Paradox: Progressive Utopia Fueled by Oil and Gas Wealth

Norway’s Paradox: Progressive Utopia Fueled by Oil and Gas Wealth

Norway is often pointed to internationally as a progressive utopia, boasting free health care and education that Americans desire. Little do they know, that is all possible to the country’s government-owned oil and gas licenses, which generated 528 billion kroner—the equivalent of $50 billion—in 2022. Recently, Norway’s energy companies, partially owned by the government, announced…

Overhyped and Underdelivered: EVs Sale Trend in Europe Should Warn Americans

Overhyped and Underdelivered: EVs Sale Trend in Europe Should Warn Americans

All over the world, governments have embraced electric vehicles to reduce emissions, however even in the most environmentally progressive countries like Germany sales and support for EVs continues to drop. As the U.S. government attempts to popularize EVs through tax incentives and other policies, our government should pay attention to countries across the pond to…

Louisiana Receives Primacy over CCS Projects

Louisiana Receives Primacy over CCS Projects

Recently, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) granted Louisiana primacy over the deployment of carbon, capture, and sequestration (CCS) technologies, a monumental step forward for the state in securing its energy future. CCS technologies facilitate capture of emissions from industrial sources and secure them safely underground as a way to decarbonize our energy industry.   After…

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