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  • Aliso Canyon gas leak
    Legislative updates following Porter Ranch gas leak
    Since October 2015, the gas leak in Aliso Canyon, California, has poured more than 150 million pounds of methane into the air and caused thousands to be evacuated from homes in the area. Though its effects are not clearly seen--methane itself is...
  • Ford produces F-150 capable of running on natural gas
    Ford produces F-150 capable of running on natural gas
    Ford has begun production on F-150s capable of running on compressed national gas. The first model rolled off of the factory line in Kansas City, Kansas on Wednesday, according to MotorTrend.This model of F-150 can run on natural gas or propane...
  • BP's Chief Executive Bob Dudley
    BP wants fossil fuels to cost more so renewables appear less expensive
    When it comes to getting the most bang for your buck, you can't beat fossil fuels. And that's a big problem for costly renewables. According to the Wall Street Journal, BP’s Technology Chief David Eyton said in a report Monday that...
  • ECOPOLITICS
    Fracked gas overtakes coal power
    Partisan green campaigners and radical eco-groups have long complained that America is not fixing global warming. They claim that socialist, European Union carbon trading, more government-subsidized solar panels and wind turbines, and fuel poverty...
  • dave mccurdy
    Natural Gas Focuses on Safety and Transportation
    President and CEO of the American Gas Association (AGA), Dave McCurdy recently addressed a group of energy investors, executives and enthusiasts about where natural gas is heading from a 5,000-foot-view. In his view, safety is their number one...
  • FERC adopts natural gas pipeline modernization policy
    New federal policy promotes modernization of natural gas pipelines
    Yesterday, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission adopted a new policy that will make it quicker and easier for interstate natural gas pipelines to recover costs of building infrastructure to meet safety and environmental requirements. Think...
  • A bulldozer works a coal mound at the Appalachian Electric Power coal-fired Big Sandy Power Plant
    Texas coal gasification plant could create a source of clean energy
    It is not secret that President Obama would like to end the coal industry in the United States. Coal is one of the most abundant sources of energy in the country, as the American Coalition for Clean Coal Technology points out. However coal is also...
  • Solar panels in the Mojave desrt
    Solar is growing at a rate that matches or exceeds most non-renewable energy
    Solar power is expanding at an extremely rapid rate in the United States, and 2014 was one of the industry’s biggest years to date. The solar power industry has been adding jobs to the market by the bucketful, and has seen millions of...
  • Fuel prices are not going to get much lower
    The energy fuel secret that is improving America's economy and quality of life
    In the middle of the politics and environmental debates about the Keystone XL pipeline and the environment are solutions that could benefit American economics, quality of life, and defense.The energy dynamics is changing fast. California based...
  • CSU study finds methane emissions from natural gas higher than reported
    Study finds methane emissions from natural gas higher than reported
    A new study released last week by researchers at Colorado State University and Carnegie Melon indicate that the EPA has been vastly underestimating emissions of methane from natural gas wells and fracking sites. Leaks in both production and...
  • Tamar drilling natural gas production platform is seen some 25 kilometers West of the Ashkelon shore
    Israel could become oil and gas powerhouse if its regulators would let it
    Israel and their supporters used to bemoan the fact that the Jewish state is the one area in the Middle East that lacked oil and gas resources. That fact began to change thanks to the discovery of natural gas deposits in the Mediterranean just...
  • The battle over fracking is not done
    The battle over fracking is not done
    The just past midday temperature was approximately 9 degrees on January 21, 2015 in Binghamton, New York. But the cold temperatures did nothing to stop roughly 100 pro-fracking supporters from gathering in front of the State Building to protest...
  • Public hearing on Proposed Port Ambrose LNG
    Say No to Port Ambrose LNG, Yes to Offshore Wind - Deadline is March 16
    The clock is ticking down – you have until March 16, 2015 – to offer comment on whether the Maritime Administration should grant a license to the proposed Port Ambrose Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) processing facility planned for 16...
  • Fracking causing earthquakes and other hazards
    Fracking causing earthquakes and other hazards
    The recent earthquakes near Irving, Texas have caused a heated debate about the fracking issue. The statistics vary from report to report, but there have been at least a dozen earthquakes in the last two months all near the Barnet Shale fracking...
  • jerry moyes natural gas presentation
    12 Bakken Natural Gas Quotes You Need To Know
    The future is looking bright for natural gas and value-added in the Bakken oil fields of North Dakota. Here is a look at some of the topDave McCurdy, President and CEO of the American Gas Association (AGA)“And I do speak around the world...
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