Article Share: Plenty of Climate $hange

From The Wall Street Journal: Opinion / Review & Outlook Plenty of Political Climate Change Sen. Whitehouse used to pretend he opposed jailing dissenters. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse in March 2015. Photo: Mark Wilson/Getty Images March 15, 2016 7:13 p.m. ET Sheldon Whitehouse took to the Senate floor last fall to […] Read more »

Article Share: ‘Keep It in the Ground’

From The Wall Street Journal: Opinion / Review & Outlook ‘Keep It in the Ground’ Obama reneges on his offshore oil lease off the Atlantic coast. March 15, 2016 7:15 p.m. ET Climate-change activists once believed they could tolerate fossil fuels as long as their price was high enough to […] Read more »

Article Share: Clinton Against American Energy

From The Wall Street Journal:   Clinton Against American Energy The Democrat says she would regulate fracking out of existence. Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in Flint, Michigan on March 6. Photo: European Pressphoto Agency March 7, 2016 7:41 p.m. ET Hillary Clinton keeps following Bernie Sanders further to the […] Read more »

Article Share: Clinton Doubles Down Against Fracking in Debate, Raising Alarms

From Bloomberg Business: Clinton Doubles Down Against Fracking in Debate, Raising Alarms Jennifer A Dlouhy @jendlouhyhc March 7, 2016 — 10:57 AM MST Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks during the CNN Democratic Presidential Primary Debate on March 6, in Flint, Michigan. Photographer: Scott Olson/Getty Images   Hillary Clinton’s promise […] Read more »

Article Share: Russian Oil – Output Up, Prospects Down

From The Wall Street Journal Russian Oil: Output Grows as Prospects Shrink Plummeting prices and U.S.-led sanctions raise questions about Russian oil’s capacity to continue underwriting Putin’s global ambitions A man works a drilling rig in the Khanty Mansiysk region of West Siberia in Russia. Photo: Smirnov Vladimir/TASS/Zuma Press By […] Read more »

Article Share: Oil’s Long Plunge Upends Global Order

From The Wall Street Journal Oil’s Long Plunge Upends Petrostates Countries like Saudi Arabia, Venezuela and Russia face tough slog Oil storage facilities face overflow if the all-out pumping continues. Here, an Exxon facility in the U.K. Photo: Simon Dawson/Bloomberg News By Bill Spindle Jan. 19, 2016 4:35 p.m. ET […] Read more »