The fight over fossil fuel pipelines impacts many other areas that appear unrelated. In this Forbes article, read how Michigan’s attempts to stop use of an oil and gas pipeline could devastate [...]
Energy companies, investors, environmentalists, and western governments all now must “get real” about energy, lest we produce a world in which environmentally, geopolitically, and economically we [...]
First, last Monday in the case of Mayor and City Council of Baltimore v. BP P. L. C. et al., Justice Neil Gorsuch issued a very technical ruling that sent back to the lower Fourth Circuit Court [...]
President Biden ended Nord Stream 2 sanctions, allowing the controversial Baltic Sea pipeline from Russia to German to be built. In doing so he illustrated numerous contradictions of his energy [...]
In the disruption that followed shutting down the Colonial Pipeline due to a “ransomware” attack, the energy policy of the fledgling Biden Administration, and of its key supporters, devolved into [...]
Today in DC, the US Supreme Court hears oral argument in a natural gas pipeline case that could reshape national energy policy. Read about it in Dan Markind's article in Forbes.com.
On Thursday, February 25, the Delaware River Basin Commission (DRBC) will vote on whether to ban fracking in the Delaware River Basin, or not. If it passes, the result may provide the perfect [...]
By decreasing its fossil fuel energy production and retiring inefficient old Communist-era power plants, Germany has cut its emissions. Now it rushes headlong to increase renewables.
President Biden’s first move on energy internationally likely will be one of his most unfortunate actions - rejoining the Paris Climate Accords. Unfortunately, he will have no choice, since he [...]