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Congress Needs To Free U.S. Energy Resources

For Americans, the steep increase in U.S. supply of oil and gas has brought with it a bounty of benefits. The energy sector has increased employment in states that otherwise saw economic decline, and the growth in direct jobs has indirectly benefited communities throughout the country. At the same time, the taxes paid by the […]

Spend Time on Things Going Nowhere, Ignore Things That Matter

The President’s proposal is just another example of environmental zealotry and pandering to those who don’t care much for economic development and state sovereignty. To call this refuge an “amazing wonder (to be) protected for future generations” is to reveal how little he knows about it. It is a frozen desert, although the pictures shown […]

The Little Blizzard that Couldn’t

It was going to be epic. The worst evah. Two feet of snow or more for New York City with blizzard conditions. But as I blogged about yesterday, the forecast uncertainty with this particular storm was unusually large. As early as yesterday noon it was looking like NYC might only get 6-12 inches. Yes, we […]

The Steady Erosion of Truth

According to an August 2014 CNN poll, “public’s trust in government is at an all-time low.  …”The number who trust the government all or most of the time has sunk so low that it is hard to remember that there was ever a time when Americans routinely trusted the government,”  This poll is not an […]

What We Are Reading

DoD Official: Government Has Lost its Technological Edge Over Opponents

A senior Defense Department official said the government has lost its technological edge and now must rely on industry to overmatch adversaries in the battlefields of the future.

Argentina: Best Candidate for Next Shale Boom?

Shale oil and gas development outside the United States and Canada remains in its infancy. Progress in Europe is painfully slow, Russia’s progress has stalled and although China certainly deserves consideration and will experience growth, we believe it is a less-exciting prospect than Argentina.

No time to lose on LNG exports

The energy renaissance that has swept across America over the last few years has transformed the United States from an increasingly energy dependent nation – beholden to the whims of OPEC – to our current position as the largest producer of oil and natural gas in the world. This transformation has provided us with a historic and unprecedented opportunity; not just to bolster our economy, but to also fully leverage our energy abundance on the international stage by shipping a portion of our natural gas abroad.

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