Opponents immediately slammed Friday's new EPA executive decrees on carbon dioxide, which are supposedly aimed at dealing with "climate change."
Energy industry leaders plan the Southeast Powering Our Future Forum in reaction to Barack Obama's Climate Action Plan, unveiled Friday by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which imposes strict limits to emissions of greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide by future power plants.
After voters’ big defeat of Australia's Labor Party and its carbon tax, officials plan to dismantle the many global-warming schemes of the previous government.
BNSF Railway's use of liquefied natural gas to power its locomotives is one small indication of the huge energy revolution, thanks to fracking.
Voters in Australia delivered a landslide victory for a more liberty-minded coalition on September 7 that ran on a market-friendly platform and vowed to abolish the deeply unpopular “carbon tax,” reportedly winning the biggest parliamentary majority in about a decade.
So-called global-warming alarmists are in a frenzy after the latest climate data confirmed the Earth actually appears to be entering a potential cooling trend, sea-ice cover in Antarctica is growing to record levels, tornadoes and hurricanes are at record lows, and more. According to experts, the most recent revelations continue to make a mockery of alarmist claims — debunking United Nations theories about human-caused global warming and the wildly inaccurate supposed “climate models” used to forecast doom and gloom by forces seeking carbon taxes and more centralized government.
Why is it that natural gas sells in the U.S. for $3.94 per 1,000 cubic feet and in Europe and Japan for $11.60 and $17, respectively?
The supreme irony is that George Mitchell's discovery of "fracking" (horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing to extract natural gas from shale) that unleashed the energy boom has completely disproved the "sustainability meme" he promoted in his later years after he sold his company.
The U.S. Department of Energy's National Energy Technology Laboratory finds that chemicals used in oil and natural gas drilling known as hydraulic fracturing or "fracing" pose no threat to groundwater or drinking water supplies, despite popular claims.
A researcher for the globalist Council on Foreign Relations has concluded that unless limits on the export of U.S. crude oil are removed, the oil boom being enjoyed here will end very soon.