Navigating the Climate Maze: Debunking Sacrifices, Farmers, and the Meat Dilemma

Navigating the Climate Maze: Debunking Sacrifices, Farmers, and the Meat Dilemma

In a recent op-ed for the Wall Street Journal titled, First They Came for the Cars, Then the Cows, WSJ editorial board member Allysia Finley discusses how the global discourse on climate action has taken on a fervor akin to a religious crusade, veering away from a rational pursuit of environmental goals towards a zealous…

Celebrities Fund Climate Protests from Their Private Jets

Celebrities Fund Climate Protests from Their Private Jets

Over the past several years, climate protests have ramped up to push for a radical and immediate phaseout of oil and gas. From highway disruptions to the vandalization of historical art pieces, one organization has been predominately funding these protests: the Climate Emergency Fund (CEF). Largely funded by the Hollywood elite, recent tax return findings…

Biden’s War on Energy Could Leave Power Grid Vulnerable This Winter

Biden’s War on Energy Could Leave Power Grid Vulnerable This Winter

The North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) recently released its Winter Reliability Assessment, warning that the Biden administration’s war on energy could cause significant blackouts this winter. NERC attributed the increased risk of blackouts to rising demand, low output from regional power generation, and fuel delivery challenges. The U.S. is facing real consequences of a…

Challenges to Alaska’s Willow Project Rejected

Challenges to Alaska’s Willow Project Rejected

Yesterday, a federal judge tossed out multiple lawsuits that progressive activist groups brought against ConocoPhillips’ Willow oil project in Alaska. Environmental groups claimed that Biden’s Interior Department violated the National Environmental Policy Act, the Naval Petroleum Reserves Production Act and the Alaska National Interest Lands Conservation Act by not considering “a reasonable range of alternatives.”…

U.S. October LNG Exports Show a Promising Future

U.S. October LNG Exports Show a Promising Future

October has proved to be a remarkable month for U.S. LNG, with 7.92 million metric tons exported, a record high since April. In the first half of 2023, the Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported that the U.S. became the world’s largest exporter of LNG ahead of long-time industry leaders Qatar and Australia, setting new standards for the global energy…

BOEM Retaliates, Offshore Oil and Gas Leasing in the Gulf

BOEM Retaliates, Offshore Oil and Gas Leasing in the Gulf

In August, the Biden administration issued restrictions for vessels engaged in oil and gas activities traveling in the Gulf of Mexico to protect an endangered species, the Rice’s whale. However, last week, the 5th District Court overruled the provisions as they did not provide notice in advance enough of Lease Sale 261, which was supposed…

Four Spooky Ways the Biden Administration is Attacking the Energy Industry

Four Spooky Ways the Biden Administration is Attacking the Energy Industry

Products derived from oil and gas often get overlooked, but without the resources, Halloween as we know it would not be feasible. From the costumes we wear and the spooky lighting in front yards, to transporting Halloween candy children collect while trick or treating, oil and gas make Halloween possible. Despite the industry’s vital part of…

Biden’s Proposal Puts Alaskans in Jeopardy

Biden’s Proposal Puts Alaskans in Jeopardy

Recently, the Biden administration released a new proposal that would heavily curtail oil production and development in Alaska. Specifically, the proposed rules would revise the management of the National Petroleum Reserve-Alaska, a 23-million-acre area rich in crude oil. The National Petroleum Reserve has been saved as an emergency oil supply, however actions by this administration…

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