5.10.2024

The Cost of Wyoming’s Senseless CO2 Capture

by Frits Byron Soepyan Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon has signed a piece of legislation that directs public utilities providing electricity to more than 10,000 customers to “generate a specified percentage of electricity that is dispatchable and reliable low‑carbon electricity.” This rule applies to existing coal‑fired plants and equivalent new plants. “Low-carbon” is defined as electricity… Continue Reading
5.7.2024

The Cost of EPA’s Senseless CO2 Capture

by Frits Byron Soepyan In April 24, 2024, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) passed a new rule that would require coal power plants that plan to continue operating after January 1, 2039, and new natural gas power plants that plan to begin operation on or after 2035 to capture at least 90% of… Continue Reading
11.29.2023

Moving from CO2 Capture to CO2 Coalition

By Frits Byron Soepyan I am a chemical engineer who once did research on removing carbon dioxide (CO2) from the emissions of industrial plants or directly from the atmosphere. But I now see CO2 as a critical plant food necessary for all of life on Earth. Frankly, the more the better. In my former career,… Continue Reading
11.26.2023

Wyoming Governor Backs Down from CO2 Showdown

Wyoming Governor Backs Down from CO2 Showdown by Gregory Wrightstone    11/12/23 Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon was standing tall in the saddle when he accepted an invitation to debate publicly his so-called carbon-negative policy in a state heavily engaged in the production of fossil fuels. However, he ultimately backed down. As reported by the Cowboy State… 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

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