4.13.2022

Killing fields of wind energy cannot be ignored

By Vijay Jayaraj – April 12, 2022 The recent revelation of the mass killing of bald and golden eagles by a NextEra subsidiary exposed the ugly secret that nearly all wind projects share: the wanton destruction of rare and endangered species. On April 5th, in a case brought by the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ),… Continue Reading
4.12.2022

…America’s LNG Export Potential…

By Donn Dears – April 12, 2022 The current status of natural gas production, consumption and exports is in a state of flux brought about by the Russian invasion of Ukraine.  How much LNG has the United States exported, and can the US play a leading role going forward? The US produced 34,149 Bcf of… Continue Reading
4.12.2022

America’s Natural Gas Juggernaut

By Gregory Wrightstone – April 12, 2022 America can fuel the world’s needs for clean-burning natural gas for many decades and have plenty left over for our own domestic requirements. The vast majority of our nation’s undeveloped gas supply is found in the Appalachian Basin of the eastern United States. The size of the resource… Continue Reading
4.11.2022

Blood on the blades: are thousands of dead bald eagles too high a price to pay for “clean” energy

By Gregory Wrightstone Last week the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that they had sentenced ESI Energy for a “blatant disregard” of federal wildlife laws of the Migratory Bird Treaty Act (MBTA). In their guilty plea to multiple violations, ESI admitted to the killing of at least 150 bald and golden eagles across 50… Continue Reading
4.7.2022

American energy policy digging economic grave for folks

By Vijay Jayaraj – April 6, 2022 The Biden administration is persistently digging an economic grave for Americans by looking to import both oil and alternative technologies rather than developing domestic sources to restore energy independence. Having banned the importation of Russian oil in reaction to Putin’s attack on Ukraine, the administration reportedly is seeking… Continue Reading
4.2.2022

How is the invasion of Ukraine related to carbon dioxide?

America’s Executive and Legislative Branches are full of ignorant politicians who need help from a 5th-grader. By the 5th grade, students have already learned that all animals and fungi consume oxygen (O2) and release carbon dioxide (CO2); conversely, all plants consume CO2 and expel O2. This is the Circle of Life; without it, our planet… Continue Reading
3.30.2022

Op-Ed: The Rich Are Taking the Poor to the Cleaners on ‘Green’ Energy in Countries That Can Least Afford It

By Vijay Jayaraj – March 30, 2022 Approximately 1.3 billion Indians have been informed that their cooking gas price will go up by 65 cents per liter. In a country like India, higher fuel prices can have quick and dangerous repercussions, resulting in greater morbidity and mortality. The situation is similar in other developing countries… Continue Reading
3.28.2022

Gas Executive’s Attack On Coal Reveals Naïveté

By: Gregory Wrightstone – March 28, 2022 Coal was unwrapped as one of God’s gifts to mankind in England, ultimately leading to the Industrial Revolution and unprecedented prosperity. Its introduction as a dominant fuel resolved an environmental crisis of deforestation. A Scientific American article put it this way: “The earliest coal-burning economy the world has known… Continue Reading
3.18.2022

Unrealistic energy policy vs. people’s needs

By David L. Debertin – March 18, 2022 Joe Biden ran a campaign in 2020 based on the idea that fossil fuels are bad for everyone and that the companies producing such energy sources are, therefore, comprised of terrible people. That is, people who should be attacked on a constant basis because of the awful… Continue Reading
3.16.2022

Green delusion no path to energy independence

By Gregory Wrightstone – March 14, 2022 When President Biden says that the U.S. will become energy independent by way of programs like the Green New Deal, perhaps the first question to ask is, “Does that make sense?” For any thinking person cognizant of even the basic energy facts, the answer should come back, “No.”… Continue Reading
3.14.2022

Poor Economies Experience the Worst of Oil Price Hike

By Vijay Jayaraj – March 13, 2022 Vijay Jayaraj is a Research Associate at the CO2 Coalition, Arlington, Va., and holds a Master’s degree in environmental sciences from the University of East Anglia, England. He resides in Bengaluru, India. The fighting in Ukraine has intensified and residents are fleeing cities with Russian forces showing no… Continue Reading
3.11.2022

A Cautionary Tale: Good Idea, Disastrous Results

By Kip Hansen – March 11, 2022 Exotic Ceylon, once a colony of the British Empire and after 1948, an independent country, in 1972, became a republic within the Commonwealth and changed its name to Sri Lanka. Its location in the warm Indian Ocean made it a haven for scuba divers seeking the best reef diving.  That… Continue Reading
3.10.2022

India’s Coal Proliferation Contradicts Global Climate Drama

Vijay Jayaraj – June 10, 2022 We have a crisis in India, and it is not with the climate. Power plants for the world’s second largest consumer of coal are running out of stock, leaving a billion people at the risk of blackouts and forcing industries to close facilities. To resolve the situation, the Indian government has… Continue Reading
3.4.2022

Fossil Fuels Should Evoke Pride, Not Pandering, From Supporters

By Gregory Wrightstone – March 4, 2022 EQT Corp. CEO Toby Rice powerfully argues for adding pipeline capacity to relieve New England of exorbitantly priced liquified natural gas (LNG) — then panders to climate alarmists. It’s disappointing. “The problem is very straightforward,” writes the head of the country’s largest producer of natural gas in a letter… Continue Reading
3.3.2022

Attributing global warming to humans

By Andy May, March 3, 2022 By Andy May My latest book,[1] just released, is about a climate change debate between Professor David Karoly of the University of Melbourne and Professor William Happer of Princeton, emeritus. One of the most interesting debate topics was about the attribution of global warming. The host was James Barham… Continue Reading
3.2.2022

Supreme Court should cancel the latest “witch hunt”

by Wallace Manheimer – February 24, 2022 In the 1690s mass panic at Salem, Massachusetts, led to 20 people being executed for witchcraft and 150 being jailed. Then in the 1950s, another mass panic gripped the United States and thousands of lives were wrecked as many were falsely accused of being communists. Yet another in… Continue Reading
2.28.2022

Your honor, CO2 is not a pollutant

by Gregory Wrightstone Is carbon dioxide — two pounds of which each of us exhales daily — a pollutant? And are catastrophes increasing as a result of higher concentrations of the gas? Physics — along with a few other branches of science — says no. Nonetheless, in a landmark 2007 Supreme Court ruling, the EPA… Continue Reading
2.24.2022

Supreme Court Must Curtail the EPA’s Regulatory Overreach Immediately

By Gregg Goodnight It is imperative that the Supreme Court stop the regulatory abuses enabled by the gross error of the 2007 ruling in Massachusetts v. EPA. This ruling has been the pretext for a vast extension of regulations by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that were never intended under the U.S. Constitution or the… Continue Reading
2.23.2022

Starved for Energy, Africans Tap Fossil Fuels

Efforts to increase Africans’ access to electricity through use of hydrocarbons continue despite countervailing moves to limit financing of fossil fuel projects. Africa’s energy needs are unlike anywhere else in the world. As recently as 2016, two in every three Africans lacked access to electricity. Per capita access is shocking. More than 40 percent of… Continue Reading
2.23.2022

EPA’s Victims Looking to Prayer and Judicial Relief

By Gregory Wrightstone – February 23, 2022 Providing sustenance to the Biden administration’s “green” push to replace use of the U.S.’s abundant reserves of fossil fuels with unreliable and expensive wind and solar are regulators armed with a specious notion that carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases are pollutants. The government’s attack on hydrocarbons goes… Continue Reading
2.22.2022

Is Instagram Afraid of Truth?

By Rachel Kennedy – February 22, 2022 The censorship saga continues with tech giant Instagram targeting the CO2 Coalition, thereby preventing the organization from creating an account within their platform. This is the most recent in a slew of harassment and shadow banning attempts beginning in 2020 by Instagram’s wicked stepsisters: Facebook and LinkedIn. In… Continue Reading
2.22.2022

“Green” Media Misrepresents World’s Energy Reality

By Vijay Jayaraj – February 22, 2022 Fossil fuels are out. Coal is no longer king. The Middle East faces an oil crisis. These are typical headlines in the mainstream media. Unreported is the hard reality of the world’s fossil-dependent developing economies. This story goes untold because media in the developed West seek to create… Continue Reading
2.18.2022

Wolf’s RGGI fixation will slow Pennsylvania’s recovery

By Gordon Tomb – February 17, 2022 Gov. Tom Wolf’s timing for imposing a new energy tax could hardly be worse. Pennsylvania’s economy is trying to recover from the pandemic’s brutal effects. Yet, Wolf’s fixation to join the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) ignores that the policy will raise families’ energy bills and cripple local… Continue Reading
2.17.2022

Gordon Tomb: EPA rule threatens Trainer refinery

By Gordon Tomb – February 15, 2022 Threatening the continued operation of Monroe Energy’s Trainer Refinery south of Philadelphia — and its hundreds of jobs — are renewable fuel compliance credits expected to hit historic highs this year under a federal proposal. Independent refiners like Monroe Energy are already spending more on compliance credits “than… Continue Reading
2.14.2022

The West’s Climate Policies Invite Third World Conditions

By Vijay Jayaraj – February 14, 2022 When was the last time you were stuck in an elevator due to a power blackout? Or patients at your local hospital were put at risk for the same reason? These are very common occurrences in the energy impoverished Third World. And they could become a reality for… Continue Reading

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