Browsing All posts tagged under »Natural Gas Deposits«

Access To Abundant Natural Gas Shields U.S. Consumers From World Events

June 20, 2022 by


From the team at CFACT ~ By Robert Bryce: Russia’s attack on Ukraine has triggered another global energy crisis. Oil is over $100 per barrel and may stay at high levels for months or years to come, and Americans are feeling the effects of this it at the pump. But why haven’t natural gas prices […]

Anti Fracking Climate Madness In Colorado

November 2, 2018 by


By David Wojick, Ph.D. ~ Al Gore’s endorsement of the anti-fracking ballot initiative in Colorado makes it clear that this is a “leave it in the ground” measure. It is not really about health and safety, homes and hospitals, despite being pitched that way. This is climate activism at work. Proposition 112 is aimed at […]

More Power To The States Will Enhance US Energy Dominance

June 23, 2018 by


By Nicolas Loris and Bryan Cosby ~ In the midst of a growing global economy, the world’s demand for energy is booming. In 2017, global demand for energy grew by 2.1 percent, more than double the previous year’s rate. Oil, gas, and coal accounted for about 80 percent of global energy consumption with oil alone accounting […]

What’s Behind The Liquefied Natural Gas Boom

April 14, 2018 by


By Caleb Pascoe and Patrick Tyrrell ~ When Americans think of U.S. exports, many think of cars, technology, or agricultural products. Most, though, never pay a second thought to U.S. exports of liquefied natural gas. In the past two years, the United States has not only become an exporter of liquefied natural gas, it is […]

The Cost Of The New Fascism: We Are Dumber And Poorer

March 29, 2018 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ A new green fascism is replacing reason and debate with superstitions, fear mongering and bullying, and it is making us poorer and dumber. My editorial from The Bolt Report. Andrew Bolt writes for the Herald Sun, Daily Telegraph, and The Advertiser and runs Australia’s most-read political blog. On week nights he […]

Geopolitical Benefits Spring From US Energy Dominance, Cabinet Secretaries Assert

February 24, 2018 by


By Kevin Mooney ~ America is in a stronger geopolitical position today because of  innovative drilling techniques making it possible to access domestic supplies of natural gas, two of President Donald Trump’s Cabinet members said Friday at the Conservative Political Action Conference. Energy Secretary Rick Perry and Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke discussed the impact of […]

Alaskans Want More Drilling. Trump And Congress Are Working To Make It Happen.

October 21, 2017 by


By Katie Tubb and Samantha Block ~ The Trump administration is attempting to do what past administrations have either failed to do or blocked: open up part of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for oil and gas drilling. The House recently passed a budget proposal that opens the door to allowing drilling in the refuge. […]

Ecological Double Standards

August 7, 2016 by


Local control should be a two-way street that allows for balancing of economic and ecological concerns By Paul Driessen ~ Donald Trump recently said he supports giving local communities control over hydraulic fracturing. “If some areas don’t want” fracking, the decision should be “up to them,” he commented. Trump supports this proven and safe technology […]

Calls For Fracking Bans Ignore Sound Science

March 22, 2016 by


By Nicolas Loris and Andrew Wilford ~ Some politicians and environmental activists have been quick to call for blanket bans on hydraulic fracturing under claims that the process is poisoning America’s drinking water. Scientific evidence, from both government agencies and independent analyses, proves otherwise. For instance, The Environmental Protection Agency’s last study, released in June […]

January 2016: The U.S. Becomes A Global Energy Superpower

January 13, 2016 by


The U.S. is now exporting both crude oil and natural gas By Marita Noon ~ Environmentalists like a good crisis. Spreading fear is a proven fundraising technique—with manmade climate change as the fear du jour. But, back in 2005, the “looming crisis,” according to the Kansas Sierra Club, was the end of cheap oil. The […]

Australia’s Future Is Carbon, And The Abbott Government Dares Admit It

April 9, 2015 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ The carbon economy could still save Australia, if the federal government lose their fear of green scaremongers: Oil and gas major Royal Dutch Shell looks set to take control of a $US20 billion ($26 billion) LNG processing plant in Queensland after agreeing to a $91 billion (£47 billion) takeover of BG […]

The Obama War On Pipelines

November 2, 2014 by


Expedite wind and solar – but block coal, oil, gas, pipelines, jobs and economic recovery By Paul Driessen ~ “This is not the same industry we had 15 years ago,” Natural Gas Supply Association VP Jennifer Fordham said recently. That’s an understatement. The oil, petrochemical and manufacturing industries are also far different from those of […]

The Nobel Peace Prize Should Go To The Man Who Helped Make Fracking Big Business

October 12, 2014 by


By Stephen Moore ~ The Nobel Peace Prize winner was recently announced, setting off all the hype that goes with it. The idea of the near-century-old award is to honor a person who has profoundly changed the world for the better by promoting peace and improving the state of humankind. The prize has gone to […]

Enviromentalists Should Love, Love, Love Fracking

October 6, 2014 by


By Stephen Moore ~ President Barack Obama raised a lot of eyebrows when he declared in his United Nations climate change speech: “Over the past eight years, the United States has reduced our total carbon pollution by more than any other nation on Earth.” That’s absolutely true. And it’s remarkable because we as a nation […]

Breaking Russia’s Energy Stranglehold

October 1, 2014 by


Europe cannot afford to have its foreign and domestic policies dictated by Putin’s blackmail. By Paul Driessen ~ European Union nations want to impose tougher economic sanctions on Russia for invading Ukraine and providing the missiles that shot down Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17. However, they are worried about biting the hand that feeds them – […]

End This Wail About Shale. We’re Robbing Ourselves

August 22, 2014 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ In the US: The “gale of shale” is hitting the US and the world with surplus energy. In 2000, shale was 2% of natural gas supply; in 2012, it was about 37%; and will be about 65% within the next two decades. The US is poised for shipping out shale gas […]

Greener Than “Green”

March 8, 2014 by


Fracking is friendly to protected species ad mosquito devouring bats. By Deroy Murdock ~ Williamsport, PA — A constant, mild hiss. That was my chief observation when I returned to Anadarko Petroleum’s Landon Pad A, a natural-gas site in Lycoming County, PA. October’s quietude was totally unlike the cyclone of equipment, personnel and activity that had […]

Fighting The Fracking Fearmongers

November 4, 2013 by


By Andrew Bolt ~ Fighting back against the green campaign to demonise fracking. Former federal minister Peter Reith, chairman of Victoria’s Gas Task Force: “There’s nothing wrong with fracking – the Americans are doing it all over the place,” Mr Reith said. “There is a lot of evidence to suggest there is no proven case […]

Thank You, George Mitchell, For Fracking

August 1, 2013 by


By Katie Tubb ~ George P. Mitchell passed away on Friday, July 26, leaving behind a legacy as the man who unlocked America’s vast oil and natural gas shale resources. Born into a poor family, Mitchell wasn’t handed success. Having emigrated from Greece, his parents, Savvas and Katina, stressed the importance of hard work and […]

Fracking Brings Employment And Economic Revival

July 28, 2013 by


But anti-energy activists promote falsehoods about this vital, safe job-creating technology. They inhabit a callous parallel universe and wage war on cheap energy, jobs and the poor. By Paul Driessen ~ Signs of pride and prosperity were evident all over Williamsport and the gorgeous northern Pennsylvania countryside around it. Friendly, happy people greeted us. New […]

Wind Power: Questionable Benefits, Concealed Impacts

March 2, 2011 by


By Paul Driessen America is running out of natural gas. Prices will soar, making imported liquefied natural gas (LNG) and T Boone Pickens’ wind farm plan practical, affordable and inevitable. That was then. Barely two years later, America (and the world) are tapping vast, previously undreamed-of energy riches – as drillers discover how to produce […]