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Inflation Derailing Climate Change Agenda

October 21, 2021 by

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By Peter Murphy ~ From day one of his presidency, Joe Biden has been implementing his climate change agenda. By hook or by crook, the Biden administration and Congress are trying to force American businesses and consumers away from plentiful and affordable oil, coal and natural gas. Then something happened along the way that could […]

Heating Costs Likely To Soar, U.S. Foreign Energy Dependence To Increase

October 16, 2021 by

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By Larry Bell ~ You might wish to rethink the importance of natural gas this winter as sunbeams and windmills fall far short of keeping your home water pipes from freezing and your Tesla recharged amid skyrocketing global energy costs. Americans are already feeling the pain as electricity and utility gas prices were up 5.2% […]

Costly Energy, Climate Policies In Democrats’ Spending Bill Lack Transparency

September 23, 2021 by

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By Katie Tubb ~ Unprecedented is an understatement to describe what’s happening in Congress right now. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., are driving Congress to pass a $3.5 trillion spending package to go along with the more than $1 trillion infrastructure bill that passed the Senate in August. […]

Biden Clueless On Much More Than Afghanistan

August 21, 2021 by

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By Craig Rucker ~ The horrible tragedy in Afghanistan revealed a Biden Administration divorced from reality. President Biden and his people not only failed to validly assess the ramifications of their actions, they froze like deer in headlights and proved unable to adapt and respond as new information became available. Afghanistan turned the Biden team […]

Comparing The World Before 1900 To Today

August 8, 2021 by

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By Ronald Stein ~ For thousands of years before 1900, the population of the world hovered around one billion on the entire planet. In the short 200 years since 1900 the world population has “exploded” to the current 8 billion now living on this planet. What caused that quick growth from 1 to 8 billion? […]

The Coming African Century

August 6, 2021 by

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By Craig Rucker ~ Africa’s 54 countries together host the world’s youngest and fastest growing population. They are also among Earth’s poorest and most energy-deprived. Average per capita electricity use among sub-Saharan Africa’s 1.1 billion people is a tiny fraction of the USA’s. It’s equivalent to having power 1-2 hours a day, a dozen hours […]

Energy And Climate Policies, Cronyism Don’t Belong In Bloated Senate Infrastructure Bill

August 4, 2021 by

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By Katie Tubb ~ The infrastructure package being debated in the Senate this week weighs in at a whopping 2,702 pages and $1.1 trillion. While the layman might think of infrastructure as roads and bridges, Washington’s definition is about as nebulous as the measures by which lawmakers are claiming they pay for the bill. Nearly […]

Hijacking Natural Gas #1

July 29, 2021 by

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From the team at CFACT ~ By Mark Mathis of The Clear Energy Alliance ~ What’s wrong with calling natural gas, “Natural”? Nothing, of course. But since we live in a world where anti-fossil fuel activism is running rampant, these kinds of questions get asked—and even researched. Academics at Yale University recently decided we all […]

The Bay Area Air Quality Management District Favors Higher Energy Costs

July 26, 2021 by

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By Ronald Stein ~ The Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD) voted overwhelmingly on July 21, 2021, to require refineries including the Chevron and PBF facilities in the East Bay to reduce the amount of air pollution they emit by installing expensive particulate scrubbers. Bay Area refineries are among the cleanest, most environmentally friendly […]

Africans, Others Incredulous At IEA’s “Net Zero” Blueprint

July 24, 2021 by

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By Duggan Flanakin ~ The International Energy Agency may have started a firestorm with its blueprint for achieving “Net Zero by 2050.” Its measures demand a swift and immediate shift from petroleum to energy provided through sources such as wind, hydro, and solar power. To avoid what it considers an impending climate “disaster,” the IEA has […]

Fix The RFS!

July 16, 2021 by

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From the team at CFACT ~ By Mark Mathis of The Clear Energy Alliance ~ America is losing thousands of high-paying jobs while our fuel supply is becoming less reliable, which is compromising our energy and national security. What’s the cause of this fiasco? It’s called the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS). The RFS is a […]

Let’s Stop Talking Fossil Fuels And Talk “Tech Maps” – What?

July 8, 2021 by

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By Dr. Jay Lehr ~ Most people are familiar with the idea of six degrees of separation—that everyone on the planet is separated by only six relationships. I want to introduce you to the idea of “70 degrees of connection”. In today’s world we all desire a comfortable temperature of about 70 degrees most of […]

Africa’s Energy Future: Cape Town Versus Dubai

June 26, 2021 by

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By Duggan Flanakin ~ It was quite a shock to NJ Ayuk, even bigger to the Africa Energy Chamber, that the powers that be [the London-based Hyve group] decided to move the annual Africa Oil Week from Cape Town to Dubai. It was such a shock that the AEC shortly afterward announced it was sponsoring Africa […]