One of the most prominent arguments against expanded oil and natural gas drilling and major infrastructure projects like Keystone XL is that the United States should for environmental reasons focus on production of energy from renewables rather than sustain the use of oil and natural gas. But the reality is that local community activists just as frequently organize against wind projects as fossil fuel development.
Revisiting the Long-Term Hedge Value of Wind Power in an Era of Low Natural Gas Prices Mark Bolinger, March 2013 (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory) Executive Summary Expanding production of the United States’ vast shale gas res... Read Post
Access to areas offshore and onshore is vital to the kind of expanded domestic oil and natural gas production needed to make the United States more energy self-sufficient, which would strengthen our energy security. Read Post
GE and Clean Energy Fuels have announced a collaboration to expand liquefied natural gas infrastructure, to enable trucks to operate on the fuel across the United States. Clean Energy will buy two MicroLNG plants from GE Oil & Gas a... Read Post