Energy

A Deep Green Freeze

by the Editorial Board
The Wall Street Journal

“Blame a perfect storm of bad government policies, timing and weather. Coal and nuclear are the most reliable sources of power. But competition from heavily subsidized wind power and inexpensive natural gas, combined with stricter emissions regulation, has caused coal’s share of Texas’s electricity to plunge by more than half in a decade to 18%,” says the Wall Street Journal.

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Interior Secretary Nominee on Collision Course With Oil Industry

by Timothy Puku
The Wall Street Journal

“The Democratic congresswoman from New Mexico has joined with pipeline protesters, supported the Green New Deal and opposed fracking on public lands. For a cabinet post that oversees the government’s longstanding, multibillion-dollar partnership with drillers on federal lands, Ms. Haaland’s environmental politics are in contrast to those of her predecessors”, according to Timothy Puku, writing for the Wall Street Journal.

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Despite Covid-19, US Oil and Natural Gas Exports Hitting Record Levels

by Jude Clemente
Real Clear Energy

“Americans should realize that oil and gas account for 70% of our energy supply. The reality is that blocking pipelines and development does nothing to lower demand, it just makes getting access to these irreplaceable products more difficult,” says Jude Clemente, writing for Real Clear Energy.

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Biden’s anti-energy agenda plays right into Russia’s hands

by Rep. Bill Johnson (Ohio)
Washington Examiner

“…amid Biden’s complete capitulation to radical environmentalists, the Russians are restarting construction of this massive natural gas pipeline under the Baltic Sea. It will carry Russian gas to Germany, inevitably increasing Western Europe’s dependence upon Putin and upon his good graces, and funding the economy and military that make Putin powerful,” according to the Washington Examiner.

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‘They are playing with our lives’: South Dakotans left on their knees by Keystone pipeline decision

by Barnini Chakraborty
The Washington Examiner

Devastation has hit many towns like Midland, SD due to Joe Biden’s needless and useless order to shut down the Keystone XL pipeline.  While liberals may rejoice over it, average Americans suffer.

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This Legal Hurdle Could Trip Up Biden’s Cancellation of Keystone XL Pipeline

by Fred Lucas
The Daily Signal

The Biden administration’s shut down of the Keystone Pipeline could, oddly enough, be reversed in court because of a Supreme Court ruling against the Trump administration regarding its action on the Southern border.  The legal principle, called “reliance interest” may, in this case, work in favor of Canada.

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Biden wants to kill 80% of US energyBiden wants to kill 80% of US energy

by Stephen Moore
Washington Examiner

While Joe Biden wants to kill U.S. energy, the sad fact is that many of his supporters, young and old alike, have absolutely no idea where energy comes from, or that it is impossible to miraculously switch to mythical “green” energy — they have no idea where that comes from either but they seem to like the sound of it.

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Biden fossil fuel attack: Ambitions versus realities

Michael Shellenberger, the author of Apocalypse Never, said: “Climate change is not the most important environmental problem. Most of the trends are going in the right direction: Deaths from natural disasters are at an all-time low. Carbon emissions in the United States peaked over a decade ago; they’ve been going down ever since. They’ve been going down in wealthy countries for almost 40 years.”

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