Tom Steyer’s Energy Orders

The Californian seeks to raise costs for the hoi polloi in other states. Progressive money man Tom Steyer has many causes—impeaching Donald Trump, electing Senate Democrats, and this year ballot initiatives to impose renewable-energy mandates on voters who don’t realize how their electricity

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Editorial Boards Oppose Measure 1

Article By: No On Measure 1 The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead, Grand Forks Herald, The Jamestown Sun, West Fargo Pioneer and The Dickinson Press Urge Readers to Vote No on Measure 1.   (Bismarck, ND) – Four of the largest newspapers in the state of North Dakota announced their opposition to Measure 1

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New Economic Coalition Launches in New Mexico

Article by: New Mexicans for Economic Prosperity SANTA FE – A new 12-member economic advocacy coalition called New Mexicans for Economic Prosperity (NM4EP) launched today. The coalition includes chambers of commerce, economic development corporations, landowners, trade associations, and other

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Saudis Evoke “Oil Weapon” for First Time in Decades

Article By: Securing Americas Future Energy Since the oil embargo of the 1970s, Saudi Arabia has avoided threats to use its “oil weapon” in diplomatic affairs, insisting that it favors stable markets and separates oil and politics. That changed this weekend when, for the first time in over 40

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Shale gas means billions in chemical industry investment

Article By: Kallanish Energy The availability of, and inexpensive price for, U.S. shale gas since 2010, has resulted in 333 chemical industry projects cumulatively valued at $202.4 billion being announced, with 53% of the investment completed/under construction, and 41% in the planning phase.

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America’s shale boom may have a shelf life

Article By: Fox Business America’s new oil dominance has an end date, according to OPEC, with the organization saying shale oil production will peak by the late 2020s, after which there will be a renewed demand for OPEC crude. OPEC forecast U.S. shale growth will peak at 14.3 million barrels a

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$100 Oil Is A Distinct Possibility

Article By: Oil Price An oil price spike is starting to look increasingly possible, with a rerun of 2008 not entirely out of the question, according to a new report. The outages from Iran are worse than most analysts expected, and bottlenecks in the U.S. shale patch could prevent non-OPEC

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