Archive | January, 2017

Perry: Exporting LNG Makes Good Sense

Darius Dixon (Politico) writes: Federal policy has “artificially affected supply and demand” of liquefied natural gas, Energy secretary-designee Rick Perry said today, endorsing LNG exports. Maine Sen. Angus King aired concerns at Perry’s confirmation hearing that if the Energy Department approved too many LNG export applications, it would harm Americans economically by increasing domestic natural […]

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Categories: D.O.E., U.S. Congress, U.S. Government, U.S. Senate, United States


Taylor: Natural Gas Is the Future

James Taylor, president of the Spark of Freedom Foundation, penned a Forbes Op-Ed entitled: “Natural Gas Is The Future Of Energy, And It’s Not Even Close.” Taylor’s key points: Coal’s share of global electricity production will fall from 40 percent today to 30 percent in 2030… primarily to “put the brakes” on conventional air pollutants. […]

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Categories: Air Pollution, Coal