Article Share: The Fuel-Economy Reality Show

From The Wall Street Journal: The Fuel-Economy Reality Show The Obama rules were always designed to provide a sound bite and then be repealed. The afternoon commute on Highway 101 in Los Angeles, Calif., April 2.  PHOTO: MARIO TAMA/GETTY IMAGES By Holman W. Jenkins, Jr. April 3, 2018 6:16 p.m. ET […] Read more »

Article Share: How Two Wells in Wyoming Explain the Natural Gas Glut

From The Wall Street Journal: How Two Wells in Wyoming Explain the Natural-Gas Glut Demand is growing, but so are the troves of gas being unearthed by prospectors A drilling rig operating in a natural-gas field near Pinedale, Wy.  PHOTO: WILLIAM CAMPBELL/CORBIS/GETTY IMAGES By Ryan Dezember and Stephanie Yang Updated March 21, 2018 […] Read more »

Article Share: New England Has a Power Problem

From The Wall Street Journal New England Has a Power Problem The region is struggling to meet electricity needs and ambitious green power goals   A tanker containing liquefied natural gas, including some sourced from Russia, arrived at a terminal in Massachusetts in January. During a two-week winter cold snap, New […] Read more »

Article Share: Democrats Have the Green Party Blues

From The Wall Street Journal: Democrats Have the Green Party Blues The party’s environmental extremism puts it at odds with working people whose aspiration is prosperity. By George Melloan Sept. 6, 2017 6:01 p.m. ET The political commentariat has unleashed a torrent of words since the 2016 election analyzing what […] Read more »

Article Share: What the Dakota Pipeline is Really About

From The Wall Street Journal: What the Dakota Access Pipeline Is Really About The standoff isn’t about tribal rights or water, but a White House that ignores the rule of law.   Protesters’ encampment near Cannon Ball, N.D. Photo: LightRocket via Getty Images By Kevin Cramer Dec. 6, 2016 7:40 […] Read more »

Article Share: Green Elites Face Trump Threat

From The Wall Street Journal: Green Elites Face Trump Threat A chance to clean up rampant cronyism in the energy sector won’t soon return.   By Holman W. Jenkins, Jr. Updated Nov. 8, 2016 10:26 p.m. ET Whatever you think of Donald Trump, his candidacy represents an important opportunity. It’s […] Read more »

Article Share: Climate Prosecutors Can’t Dodge Congress Forever

From The Wall Street Journal: The Climate Prosecutors Can’t Dodge Congress Forever The state officials who subpoenaed Exxon face questions from the House—and they have to answer. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman announcing a state-based effort to combat climate change, March 29. Photo: Reuters By Elizabeth Price Foley Aug. […] Read more »

Article Share: Democrats Used to Like natural-Gas Energy. Not Anymore

From The Wall Street Journal: Democrats Used to Like Natural-Gas Energy. Not Anymore Clinton helped rewrite the Democratic platform on energy in ways that make Obama look moderate. By Karen Alderman Harbert July 26, 2016 7:06 p.m. ET The 2016 presidential campaign has been nothing if not dramatic, and so […] Read more »

Article Share: An Ill Wind – Open Season on Bald Eagles

From The Wall Street Journal: An Ill Wind: Open Season on Bald Eagles Sacrificing 4,200 of the birds a year for green energy sounds fine to regulators. Photo: Associated Press By Robert Bryce May 15, 2016 4:38 p.m. ET The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the agency charged with protecting […] Read more »