In recent years, the global push to make energy operations cleaner was accelerated during the pandemic when the international community saw the possibilities of a world curbing its oil and gas consumption. In response, energy firms have been quick to invest in, and promote, their ESG initiatives to show...
Russian President, Vladimir Putin, is putting on a masterclass on how to bring modern Europe to its knees. With a reliance on Russian oil and gas despite voicing objections about their actions in Ukraine, European nations are facing an existential crisis as they move into the fall and winter...
The massively bloated Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) is set to be voted on by the end of the week. With democratic holdouts like Manchin suddenly jumping onboard, there seems to be a chance the bill makes it through the Senate. However, with an agenda as diverse as the Village...
The Washington Post published a news story on June 2nd entitled, “A Summer of Blackouts? Wheezing power grid leaves states at risk.” Well, yes. Or, as John McClane would say, “Welcome to the party, pals.” It’s nice of the Green New Deal promoters, who staff the WaPo, to start talking about...
On Thursday, Feb. 10, President Joe Biden promised to “work like the devil” to lower gas prices. However, from day one this administration has ignored the root causes of high oil prices. Instead, they have done everything in their power to limit supply by erecting barriers to new production...
As the world faces fears over its energy security following severe gas shortages and rising oil prices, in the U.S., President Biden is moving forward on climate plans while looking to import the country’s oil and gas needs from foreign sources. But as the U.S. works with Europe to...
On March 17, 2022, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Forced Arbitration Injustice Repeal (FAIR) Act, H.R. 963. The bill, if enacted into law, would void all pre-dispute mandatory arbitration agreements in employment, antitrust, consumer, and civil rights matters. The FAIR Act also purports to eliminate pre-dispute class...
As the year 2022 begins, the U.S. domestic oil and gas industry stands poised for a major boom year. The Baker Hughes active rig count rose back above 600 in January, still well below the highs of 2016 through 2019, but a far healthier level than the depths under...

They Had No Idea

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It is an observable truism that rejecting a reality does not result in removing that reality; it only makes the person doing the rejecting look ridiculous. One wonders if, years from now, social commentators will scratch their heads in confusion regarding our concerted and seemingly relentless effort to refuse...
The Empire State’s new governor, Kathy Hochul, wants to establish her environmental bona fides. So, what better way to get it done than to jump on the natural gas banning bandwagon as the first state to officially surrender to this absurdity? New York metro voters, after all, know no more...