PJM Grid Subject to Texas Style Blackouts If We Go Too Green

By Gordon Tomb [Editor’s Note: The PJM grid is at great risk. It is threatened by the green virtue signaling of politicians such as Pennsylvania’s Tom Wolf.] With Green New Dealers running Washington, D.C., and Gov. Tom Wolf pushing so-called green energy from Harrisburg, questions must be asked about the development of Pennsylvania’s electric transmission 

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Oil companies lobby for carbon tax

By John Siegel Oil company leaders and other business executives are meeting virtually this week with more than a dozen Democratic and Republican senators to advocate for a carbon tax. The companies are aiming to shift the debate as Congress considers President Joe Biden‘s infrastructure proposal, which excludes a carbon tax. Specifically, the companies will lobby 

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OXY CEO Rejects USA Carbon Tax

By Kevin Crowley (Bloomberg) — Occidental Petroleum Corp. split with some of its larger rivals in rejecting a U.S. carbon tax, preferring the existing system of tax credits designed to encourage oil companies to store carbon dioxide and reduce emissions. “A carbon tax would be bad for a lot of the industry, a carbon tax 

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