April 23, 2019 | Blog

National Grid working to decarbonize the gas network

Yesterday, New York utilities provider National Grid announced proposals to help provide a greater platform to combat climate change and decarbonize the natural gas network. National Grid New York President John Bruckner has reaffirmed the company’s commitment to working with regulators, elected officials, and environmental groups and customers to “achieve cost-effective and innovative solutions” in […]

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April 15, 2019 | Press Releases

GAIN Statement Regarding Senator Warren’s Proposed Ban on Fossil Fuel Leasing on Public Lands

While on the presidential campaign trail earlier today, Senator Elizabeth Warren vowed to prohibit new fossil fuel leasing on public lands if she’s elected president. In addition to an executive order banning new fossil fuel leases on public lands on shore and offshore, Warren said she would also work toward boosting U.S. electricity generation from […]

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April 12, 2019 | Blog

The real cost of anti-pipeline activism

The Roanoke Times published an op-ed by GAIN spokesman Craig Stevens emphasizing the importance of natural gas in our every day lives and the need to grow our country’s energy infrastructure network. Stevens notes that the US hit a record high natural gas use in 2018 – largely due to natural gas’ role in producing […]

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April 10, 2019 | Press Releases

GAIN Statement on President Trump’s Executive Orders to Streamline U.S. Energy Infrastructure

Earlier today, President Trump issued two executive orders to support U.S energy infrastructure. The orders come at a critical juncture as the U.S. – and North America – continues to produce record amounts of oil and gas. Despite record production last year, parts of the country still lack sufficient energy infrastructure. This lack of infrastructure could lead to […]

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April 10, 2019 | Blog

GAIN Releases Report on Indigenous Peoples’ Opposition to Energy Infrastructure

Forbes published a white paper by NYU law professor Richard Epstein on behalf of the GAIN Coalition. The paper contends that the world will continue to rely on fossil fuels for most of its energy needs, but environmental activists are convinced they can alter this reality and often “deploy dubious strategies to thwart promising fossil […]

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