Will Trump’s State of the Union Help Push Energy Infrastructure?

The president’s call for public/private partnerships in his State of the Union address Tuesday is encouraging energy companies. American Petroleum President Jack N. Gerard says “Private investment in U.S. energy [...]


Trump Pushes Pipelines But Will States’ Rights Hamper Development?

After enduring years of pipeline construction delays due to environmental concerns in the Obama administration, the Trump presidency is effectively turning energy policy on its head.  The chief goal of the president and [...]


Environmentalists Hurt Rather Than Help Transition to Cleaner Energy

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) Chairman, Neil Chatterjee, announced last week the delays that result from pipeline protestors are actually slowing down the industry’s attempts to protect the environment. [...]


Keystone Spill Opportunity for Industry to Share Good News Not Hide From Bad

The Keystone pipeline running from Canada across the Great Plains leaked Thursday morning, spilling about 5,000 barrels of oil — or 210,000 gallons — southeast of the small town of [...]


Al Gore Brings His Phony Science To Houston, Blames Harvey on Climate Change

Former Vice President, Nobel Prize winner and man-made climate change propagandist Al Gore visited Rice University Monday to talk about Hurricane Harvey, climate change and how the two are related. [...]


Environmental Justice Didn’t Stop Regulators From Approving the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, But Will it Slow Construction?

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has finally approved what activists have been protesting since 2013, the Atlantic Coast pipeline. The pipeline runs 600 miles through West Virginia, Virginia and North [...]