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
2.8.2022

Pennsylvania Power Plant Closures Would Cause Real Harm for Illusory Environmental Gains

By Gordon Tomb – February 8, 2022 Visible from Western Pennsylvania’s Allegheny Mountain ridges are coal-fired power plants—and their plumes of water vapor—that have been integral to much of the regional economy for 50 years. But maybe not for much longer. Three plants east of Pittsburgh directly employ 550 people and support an estimated 8,100 jobs, according… Continue Reading
1.11.2022

Climate industrial complex left clueless as fossil fuels proliferate

By Vijay Jayaraj – January 11, 2022 It has been a little more than a month since the United Nations climate meeting at Glasgow, yet global use of fossil fuels has increased rapidly. For instance, U.S. President Joe Biden cancelled domestic oil projects and vowed to stop funding for international fossil fuel projects. But as… Continue Reading
12.11.2021

Energy dichotomy: Asian coal gains momentum as Biden undermines U.S. economy

By Vijay Jayaraj – December 11, 2021  It has been a tough time for the U.S. energy sector with gas prices soaring and heating bills expected to do the same. President Biden has blamed OPEC for not producing oil at a faster pace and appears to be pleading with countries to release more oil. However,… Continue Reading
11.7.2021

India’s COP-26 promise of Net Zero by 2070 overshadowed by coal use

By Vijay Jayaraj On COP26’s first day, India’s Prime Minister Modi announced that the world’s second largest coal consumer would become Net Zero by 2070 — a commitment that means almost nothing given realities of the subcontinent’s dependence on fossil fuels to meet the energy needs of 1.3 billion people. Though Modi’s efforts were praised… Continue Reading
4.8.2021

Millions in Africa Being Sacrificed at the Alter of Green Energy

By Gregory Wrightstone – CO2 Coalition Executive Director Obama-era policies that favor so-called green energy over coal-fired  electricity are dooming millions of Africans to lives of extreme  poverty, environmental degradation, and increased risk of early death,  according to a new analysis by the CO2 Coalition. The study by the Arlington, Virginia-based coalition of 60 climate… Continue Reading

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