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  • Biden: You Can Frack For Natural Gas But You Can’t Burn It

    10/26/2020 9:15:08 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 30 replies
    Hotair ^ | 10/26/2020 | Jazz Shaw
    In one of the rare instances where the media has bothered to ask Joe Biden about anything of substance, he was forced to give an answer during the last presidential debate about whether or not he was planning on banning fracking. He flip-flopped on that issue yet again, saying that he would not be banning fracking, likely because he’s aware that the polls in Pennsylvania are hanging by a thread at the moment. But as C. Boyden Gray points out this week at Real Clear Politics, Joe Biden’s answer wasn’t just at odds with previous statements by both he...
  • Joe Biden May Have Just Lost the Fracking Election

    10/24/2020 4:14:07 AM PDT · by Kaslin · 41 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | October 24, 2020 | Brian Darling
    Energy issues, and the Green New Deal specifically, may end up being the political death of a potential Joe Biden presidency. During his debate with President Donald J. Trump on October 22nd, former Vice President Biden embraced the idea of banning fracking and eliminating the American oil and gas industry.  That was a big mistake.It seems like Biden has fallen for the fallacy that supporting the radical environmental agenda is good politics. He may have spent too much time in coffee shops in Delaware and on Amtrak trains to understand the financial struggle many Americans are facing. His leftist advisors...
  • Kill Your Gas Stove

    10/17/2020 7:46:42 AM PDT · by Tallguy · 106 replies
    The Atlantic ^ | 10-15-2020 | Sabrina Imbler
    Heather Price knows her way around gases. An atmospheric chemist at North Seattle College, she studies outdoor air pollution, the flow and change of chemicals in Earth’s atmosphere. But she wasn’t worried about the gas stove in her own home before her son developed asthma and, at two and a half years old, had to use his inhaler multiple times a day. She started to wonder: Was gas making her family sick? Sign up for The Atlantic’s daily newsletter. Price’s house ran on natural gas—“gas stove, gas furnace, gas hot-water heater,” she says. In American homes, this setup is quite...
  • Along Mariner East pipelines, secrecy and a patchwork of emergency plans leave many at risk and in the dark

    10/15/2020 12:14:27 PM PDT · by lightman · 18 replies
    Pennlive ^ | 15 October A.D. 2020 | Rebecca Moss
    Winding through green forested hills, the road to Meadowbrook Mobile Home Park in York County is nestled with brown-paneled trailers and potholes half-filled with jagged concrete. Sue Ritter has lived here for more than 40 years, before the pipes began to break, leaving faucets dry for days and causing sewage backups to soak the floors. Several trailers, constructed with cheap material and wood additions, have caught fire in recent years. When workers in large trucks began barreling down these roads in 2017, hollowing out part of the forest for Sunoco’s Mariner East pipeline project, it seemed like another nuisance the...
  • Turns out wind and solar have a secret friend: Natural gas

    10/09/2020 10:38:41 AM PDT · by grundle · 22 replies
    Washington Post via google's cache ^ | August 11, 2016 | Chris Mooney
    Turns out wind and solar have a secret friend: Natural gas We’re at a time of deeply ambitious plans for clean energy growth. Two of the U.S.’s largest states by population, California and New York, have both mandated that power companies get fully 50 percent of their electricity from renewable sources by the year 2030. Only, there’s a problem: Because of the particular nature of clean energy sources like solar and wind, you can’t simply add them to the grid in large volumes and think that’s the end of the story. Rather, because these sources of electricity generation are “intermittent”...
  • Frack-Checking Joe Biden

    09/07/2020 7:14:45 AM PDT · by raptor22 · 2 replies
    American Rgunker ^ | September 7, 2020 | Daniel John Sobieski
    Joe Biden has made it clear that he was for fracking before he was against it. Forget the cognitive testing — the cognitive dissonance of the incoherent policies his puppet masters are feeding him though his earpiece is enough to disqualify him for the presidency and may doom him politically in key states like Pennsylvania just as Hillary Clinton's pledge to bankrupt a lot of coal companies doomed her. Banning fossil fuels and killing the energy independence Trump achieved before the Wuhan virus pandemic would kill the American economy and future hopes for recovery. It is said a little child...
  • President Donald J. Trump Has Unleashed American Producers and Restored Our Energy Dominance

    07/30/2020 10:48:05 AM PDT · by ransomnote · 1 replies
    whitehouse.gov ^ | July 29, 2020 | White House
      LEADING AN ENERGY REVOLUTION: American energy production is soaring to new heights under President Donald J. Trump’s pro-jobs, pro-national security, and energy independence agenda. Under President Trump’s leadership, the United States has become the world’s number one producer of oil and maintained our position as the number one producer of natural gas.American energy exports reached an all-time high last year, marking the first time in 67 years that our annual gross energy exports exceeded our gross energy imports. Crude oil production hit new record highs both last year and the year before, leaping past the previous record set in...
  • Texas Border Patrol agents nab three Muslims from Iran trying to cross illegally into US

    07/11/2020 6:27:04 PM PDT · by bitt · 15 replies
    jihadwatch.org ^ | 7/10/2020 | ROBERT SPENCER
    What could they possibly have been planning? No doubt they just wanted to do the jobs that Americans refuse to take, right? While Leftists continue to deny that border control is a national security issue, recently a Muslim migrant from Jordan named Moayad Heider Mohammad Aldairi was sentenced to three years in prison for sneaking at least six Yemeni Muslims into the United States across the border from Mexico. Their intentions were unlikely to have been benign. Judicial Watch reported back in 2016 that police in a New Mexico border town arrested a woman they described as an “Islamic refugee”...
  • Nextrush Unplugged: Weekend Version (DC 19) Liberate America-Atlanta Police Kill Black Man Protests

    06/13/2020 8:18:10 PM PDT · by Nextrush · 1 replies
    Nextrush Free ^ | 6/12/2020 | Nextrush/Self
    The country music sounds blasts from the past good to be here again I'm looking at a radio programming book from 1968 and here in York, PA WNOW at 1250 AM and 105.7 FM was the place for country music back then. I would start listening in during the fall of 1970 to begin my country music journey..... Today out of Dallas we get Glenn Beck with predictable negative comments about Russia. Russia and Texas have something in common. They produce oil and natural gas. Energy. Last December President Trump signed legislation to sanction companies helping to build the Nord...
  • Oil bust could spur natural gas turnaround in San Juan Basin

    06/07/2020 1:19:14 PM PDT · by brownwill6767 · 2 replies
    Santa Fe New Mexican ^ | 6/7/20 | Jens Gould
    To say times are tough for energy companies in the San Juan Basin would be an understatement. The market for natural gas is so bad right now that T. Greg Merrion has shut in nearly half of his family-owned company’s wells, most located in northwestern New Mexico. But that could soon change. If Merrion and key industry analysts are correct, there might be a silver lining in the oil crash caused by the coronavirus pandemic — it could end up helping northwestern New Mexico natural gas producers and even give a lift to state revenue in a time of crisis.
  • News Summary-Intelligence Report Friday 5/15/2020 Newsdump Friday

    05/15/2020 9:46:08 PM PDT · by Nextrush · 12 replies
    Nextrush Free ^ | 5/15/2020 | Nextrush/Self
    Economic conflict between the United States and China and Russia on full display today but first.... Protesters in Maryland's capital of Annapolis today urging a full reopening of the state..... Protesters are Pennsylvania's Capitol Building in Harrisburg today pushing for a reopening of the state.... German authorities afraid as mass protests are set in major cities like Berlin, Munich and Stuttgart Saturday in opposition to the government's coronavirus policy... The United States imposing tighter chip controls on the Chinese tech firm Huawei...... Its also been announced that Taiwan Semiconductor will be opening a factory in the United States.... A German...
  • Coronavirus will trigger biggest ever plunge in energy demand, emissions: IEA

    05/01/2020 7:38:03 PM PDT · by fluorescence · 17 replies
    Reuters ^ | April 30, 2020 | Noah Browning, Susanna Twidale
    Global energy demand could slump by 6% in 2020 due to the restrictions placed on homes and industry in what would be the largest contraction in absolute terms on record, according to Paris-based IEA, which advises industrialised nations on energy. The slump would lead to a drop in carbon dioxide emissions of 8%, six times larger than the biggest fall of 400 million tonnes recorded in 2009 following the global financial crisis, according to the IEA, which described its estimate as conservative. ... Carbon intensive coal demand has so far been hit the hardest by the pandemic, with demand in...
  • Renewables Alone Can't Save the Planet

    03/31/2020 4:27:34 PM PDT · by Kaslin · 15 replies
    Townhall.com ^ | March 30, 2020 | Drew Johnson
    Coalville wants to ditch fossil fuels. The Utah city has pledged to draw its electricity from 100 percent renewable sources by 2030. From California to New Hampshire, dozens of cities have set similar goals. But these cities can't produce and store enough wind and solar power to run solely on renewables. As a result, their ambitious environmental policies could soon leave them powerless. Fortunately, these cities can rely on natural gas to supplement renewables while still reducing emissions. Renewable energy sources are frequently unreliable. Solar and wind-powered grids can't generate electricity on still, cloudy days. A city, state, or country...
  • Oil and gas industry faces huge loss

    03/21/2020 7:36:50 PM PDT · by brownwill6767 · 54 replies
    Albuquerque Journal ^ | 3/19/20 | Kevin Robinson-Avila /Dan Boyd
    Copyright © 2020 Albuquerque Journal With oil prices plunging to their lowest level in 22 years, state legislators are projecting an imminent budget crisis that’s likely to force the New Mexico Legislature into special session. Sen. John Arthur Smith, chairman of the Legislative Finance Committee, said the state could be facing a $1 billion loss in oil- and gas-related revenue if the crisis continues through this year and into 2021. ADVERTISEMENTSKIP In a Thursday letter to legislative leaders, Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham indicated a special session is inevitable but said state officials need to have updated revenue estimates and a...
  • Exxon to cut activity in Permian Basin as oil prices plummet

    03/05/2020 1:00:19 PM PST · by CedarDave · 14 replies
    The Albuquerque Journal ^ | March 5, 2020 | Cathy Bussewitz, AP
    Exxon Mobil plans to reduce the number of oil rigs operating in an oil-rich region in the Southwest and may cut planned capital expenditures as the spreading coronavirus saps energy demand. The price of a barrel of oil has fallen more than 20% since the start of the year, and 8% in the last month, with energy demand expected to shrink as the outbreak drags on the global economy. Exxon will reduce the number of rigs in the Permian basin, a region that stretches across the border of New Mexico and Texas. Capital expenditures include expenses such as drilling and...
  • Canadian Protesters Set Fires On Tracks To Extend Rail Blockade To Prevent Construction of Natural Gas Pipeline

    02/27/2020 2:09:08 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 22 replies
    Hotair ^ | 02/27/2020 | John Sexton
    Last Friday, Prime Minister Trudeau abruptly reversed himself and demanded that the blockades of rail lines, which have sprung up in various places this month, be cleared. Monday, police in Ontario cleared out one of the larger protest camps, arresting 10 people and clearing the way for trains to resume service. But the protesters werenÂ’t done. Later that night they began throwing burning tires onto the tracks: This was the scene Monday night on the rail lines near Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory. Police arrested 10 people earlier in the day and cleared out the camp that was set up Feb....
  • Natural Gas-starved NY State supply pipeline project abandoned after Gov. Cuomo vowed “any way that we can challenge it, we will”

    02/27/2020 11:47:03 AM PST · by C19fan · 77 replies
    Legal Insurrection ^ | February 26, 2020 | William A. Jacobson
    After a four-year battle with the state, the proposed Constitution natural-gas pipeline project has been abandoned, as National Grid warns of a coming natural gas supply emergency next Winter. The State of New York has a natural gas shortage, the result of years of the administration of New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and environmentalists fighting the construction of new supply pipelines. A June 2019 report by The Manhattan Institute documented the shortage and its causes, Out of Gas: New York’s Blocked Pipelines Will Hurt Northeast Consumers:
  • Natural Gas Is Crushing Wind and Solar Power; One of the cleanest ways to produce scalable and dependable electric power

    02/25/2020 9:05:55 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 41 replies
    Townhall ^ | 02/25/2020 | Stephen Moore
    The U.S. Energy Information Administration just announced some spectacular news that should be banner headlines across the country: The price of natural gas has fallen to its lowest February level in 20 years. The data shows that natural gas prices fell to $1.77 per million British thermal units. In inflation-adjusted terms, the price of gas has plunged by some 80% since its high of $13.60 12 years ago. The price is down 90% since 2005, when prices hit nearly $20. (Quick: Can you think of anything else that now costs one-tenth of what it did 15 years ago?) The Energy...
  • Emissions Accomplished -- Trump Wins on Fracking

    02/15/2020 6:42:22 AM PST · by Kaslin · 34 replies
    American Thinker.com ^ | February 15, 2020 | Daniel John Sobieski
    After three years of apocalyptic wailing and gnashing of environmentalist teeth over President Trump’s decision to withdraw from the job and economy killing Paris Climate Accord, it is ironic that the one country that faces the brunt of criticism from climate change zealots such as Greta Thunberg is leading the world and the European Union in lowering emissions and promoting cleaner energy, such as natural gas, all the while not hurting the economy: Despite shrieks of terror from the left about how President Donald Trump’s presidency threatens the existence of Earth and thus mankind, the fact is that under his...
  • Britain's energy regulator unveils plan to rip out gas central heating from EVERY home and put 10 million electric vehicles on the road within 10 years

    02/06/2020 5:23:31 PM PST · by karpov · 60 replies
    Daily Mail ^ | February 2, 2020 | Sean Poulter
    Plans to put ten million electric vehicles on the road within ten years and rip gas central heating from every home are unveiled today. Energy regulator Ofgem has outlined how the nation will have to change the way it travels and heats homes to meet the Government’s target of net zero carbon emissions by 2050. The radical scheme to ‘greenwire’ Britain will be built around plans for a four-fold increase in electricity from wind farms around the coast. But the proposals will largely be paid for by families and businesses, adding billions of pounds to bills over the next 30...