Yes indeed! The US does not have to go cap in hand to OPEC; it merely needs to get get domestic production growing again.
Electricity-producing firms ask regulator to change rules that could penalise them if gas supplies run out
But Mousie, thou art no thy-lane, In proving foresight may be vain: The best laid schemes o’ Mice an’ Men Gang aft agley, An’ lea’e us nought but grief an’…
Thursday’s meeting of oil-producing nations will be first since EU imposed sanctions on Russian crude
“A good general knows never to fight a battle on his enemy’s turf, terrain, and terms unless he has no other choice.”
A report from the International Energy Agency makes clear that viable alternatives are limited
The problem is, few are doing the taking. Hydrocarbon producers are being hounded to move on from hydrocarbons, to pour their cashflow into emissions reductions infrastructure, or send it to the pockets of investors.
With Obama, at least he appeared to have some understanding that the whole idea of his policies of fossil fuel suppression was to force consumption down through the mechanism of rising prices...
For the hapless American consumer, running fast enough to keep ahead of the US energy policy not only not keeps him in the same spot, as Alice found out in her adventures, but may well push him further down the rabbit hole.
The bureaucrats of the world, particularly in the UN and developed countries, have the idea that they are going to eliminate all use of fossil fuels by somewhere around 2040-50...
Iraqi minister and International Energy Agency chief urge countries to move away from fossil fuel dependency
The Biden administration is testing new depths of mind blowing political dysfunction, by begging OPEC for more oil, while at the same time maintaining their attack on the US domestic oil industry.
If Joe Biden is serious about tackling the climate crisis he must use his country’s leverage to curb fossil fuels, not boost them
Guest “USA, USA, USA!” by David Middleton JULY 19, 2021United States continued to lead global petroleum and natural gas production in 2020 More petroleum and natural gas was produced in…
IEA analysis offers hope for climate action but says inflated oil price may slow global economic recovery from Covid-19
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