The new rule is projected to save Americans $1,400 over the life of a new vehicle. More importantly, it will reduce collision fatalities by more than 3,300 annually and it will reduce hospitalizations by tens of thousands.
Sensible people should welcome the reforms to the CAFE standards, the big boost it means to the economy, and the safety, savings and choice it means for consumers.
The rules will require U.S. cars to improve fuel efficiency by 1.5% per year for the model years 2021 through 2026, compared to a nearly 5% annual increase mandated by the Obama administration in 2012.
In the midst of the fight to save lives from the COVID-19 pandemic, the Trump administration announced a regulatory change on another issue that also will save lives.
A price war led by Saudi Arabia and Russia is crushing the price per barrel just as the coronavirus is hurting demand, putting further financial pressures on the fracking industry that has elevated America to be a net oil exporter.
As we work through crisis, with our economy reeling, this is no time to surrender to the dark. Heed the poet. Lights on for freedom!
Russia and Saudi Arabia are trying to exploit the COVID 19 crisis and force U.S. shale oil producers into bankruptcy by flooding the market with oil, dropping the price as low as $20 a barrel. Should the Trump Administration bailout producers who are overextended? Here’s our perspective on the question of a “SHALE-out”. WATCH NOW
The U.S. may be withdrawing from the UN's Paris Accord, but international bureaucrats still want to dictate what fuel our airlines use.
They want to ban coal, oil and gas. Exactly how will they replace them? Who wins? Who loses?
Who pushes the anti-energy agenda in Canada?
We’ve seen a serious reduction in the usage of the transportation infrastructures of airlines and cruise ships, as well as automobiles and trucks.
Phasing out natural gas-fired electric power generation by 2030 is bedrock dogma in the Green New Deal.
Electric vehicle makers are pushing to extend their vehicles range but can't get around the problem of weight.
China has enough coal-fired power plants in the pipeline to match the entire capacity of the European Union.
For the cost of drilling a single shale well which may average 10 barrels of oil per hour or its equivalent in natural gas over decades, one can build two 500-foot-high, 2-megawatt (MW) wind turbines which will produce a combined output averaging the energy equivalent of 0.7 barrels of oil per hour.