U.S. Liquefied Natural Gas Hits Record Highs Again

Article By: Forbes Over the final week of 2018, U.S. feedgas for LNG exports surpassed 5 billion cubic feet per day for the first time ever This is an increase of over 60% for the same time in 2017. LNG is now 4% of total U.S. gas needs and remains our largest incremental market going

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The Deutch Energy Tax

Article By: WUWT At the suggestion of a commenter on my last post, I’m taking a look at a very destructive and pointless piece of proposed legislation. This is the “Energy Innovation and Carbon Dividend Act“, which is subtitled “The Market-Based Climate Solution”. It’s proposed by Reps. Deutch

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Shale Reservoirs, do they work, will they spread?

Article By: Watts Up With That? Popular accounts of shale oil and gas reservoirs are often riddled with errors and, even when technically correct, often misleading. As a shale petrophysicist, retired from Devon Energy, I thought I would try and explain, in a non-technical way, how these

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Kevin Stitt deserves nod in Oklahoma governor’s race

IN this year’s gubernatorial race, the major parties have nominated two very different, but accomplished, men. Republican Kevin Stitt is a political outsider who has achieved impressive private-sector success. He promises to apply business expertise to management of government, free from

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