It didn’t take long for naysayers at Newsweek magazine to declare that the fracking boom is at high risk of going bust.
Expired federal wind power subsidies could mean an end to high electricity bills.
Getting an agenda ahead of the evidence when it comes to fracking and earthquakes appears to be par for the course.
The law of supply and demand continues to confound the experts who predicted higher — and then even higher — gas prices.
States are fighting back against Obama EPA's global warming decrees, using everything from nullification to lawsuits.
When the head of NATO announced on Thursday that Russia is engaged in promoting the anti-fracking agenda to protect its interests, anti-fracking groups denied the charges almost immediately.
The Obama administration has thrown down its latest gauntlet in its “War on Coal.”
Like many state and local officials across the country who are struggling against federal EPA regulations that are strangling their economies, Oklahoma Commissioner of Labor Mark Costello is frustrated — and fed up.
On May 21, 2014, Russia and China signed a 30-year $400 billion deal for Gazprom, Russia and the world’s largest natural gas producer, to deliver 38 billion cubic meters (1,342 billion cubic feet) of Russian natural gas to Communist China each year, highlighting the emergence of a new increasingly anti-Western Sino-Soviet bloc.
Top Hollywood bigwigs were more than willing to take the Middle East oil money to produce anti-fracking propaganda and keep quiet about it all — until they got busted by Project Veritas.