Some More Insensitivity about Global Warming

Article By: CATO Instutute Hot off the press, in yesterday’s Journal of Climate, Nic Lewis and Judith Curry have re-calculated the equilibrium climate sensitivity (ECS) based upon the historical uptake of heat into the ocean and human emissions of greenhouse gases and aerosols. ECS is the net

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Billboards Highlight Failures of Renewable Energy Policy

Article By: Hometown Source Billboards bearing the phrase “Wind Energy is NOT the Answer,” are springing up along major highways in southern Minnesota highlighting the abysmal failure wind energy has been in our state. The billboards were inspired by a recent report entitled “Energy Policy in

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TREK TO RALLY: Boulder to Rally Against Fossil Fuels Today

Article By: Colorado Peak Politics We assume the folks staging the rally probably left their thatch tents early this morning since they obviously must be walking to their rally against fossil fuels in Boulder. According to an Energy-in-Depth piece, the City of Boulder will announce the filing

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Could an Oil Boom be Coming to Central Louisiana?

Article By: The Town Talk U.S. oil and natural gas is on the verge of transforming the world’s energy markets for a second time, further undercutting Saudi Arabia and Russia Time What if there were huge reserves of oil in Central Louisiana waiting to be tapped? What if major players lined up to

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US Natural Gas Production, Exports Set Records

Article By: NewsOK Surging shale drilling has led companies in the United States to top records for both natural gas production and exports. The U.S. Energy Information Administration this week detailed the trends, showing total U.S. natural gas production last year at a record high of 90.9

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Green Groups Oppose DTE Natural Gas Plant

Article By: Detroit News Environmental groups on Thursday intensified their opposition to a proposed natural gas plant by DTE Energy and pressured the utility to seek clean energy alternatives to the $1 billion plant. Representatives from 12 environmental groups dropped off 10,000 signatures

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