The best available expert analysis indicates about the present and potential future oil and natural gas resources.
Pennsylvania sits at the epicenter of what is aptly described as America’s “natural gas revolution,” which is why the state is well positioned to help free America and Europe from relying on foreign adversaries for their energy.
The United States can be the source of energy for the free world.
Failed Green policies left Europe addicted to Russian energy. Oil can be replaced with difficulty, natural gas will take years.
BY NICHOLAS ADERINTO: The EastMed connects the gas reserves of the eastern Mediterranean to Greece. Biden opposes it.
Europe’s self-inflicted abandonment of its own energy resources resulting in dependence on Russian oil seems to generally follow Lenin’s playbook when he reportedly quipped that “capitalists will sell us the rope by which we hang them.”
By Sam Buchan: Both U.S. and EU leaders continue to overlook the not-so-subtle cries from energy markets resulting from aggressive climate policies forcing would-be project financiers to seek shelter and marginal returns in renewables.
Listing nuclear and natural gas as Green has Europe divided.
The three big sources of natural gas "leakage" are energy, livestock and rice growing and they are roughly equal.
To replace the energy from one natural gas well, which sits on about four acres of land, would require 2,500 acres of wind turbines.
Academics at Yale University recently decided we all need to think harder about what to call “Natural Gas." Watch now.
Gabriella recently sat down with former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and teased a little of her conversation on the podcast today.
The Administration has demanded the fossil fuel industry to accept the elimination of fossil fuels for transportation and electricity by 2035 as part of its “infrastructure plan.” This directive is insane.
Now they have come for gas. Wind and solar are smiling; their trade associations love this law.
Senator-elect Cynthia Lummis joins District of Conservation to discuss conservative conservationist ethos, energy issues, and more. TUne in here!