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Christopher Guith

The conventional wisdom has been that there was simply no appetite in Congress this year to take meaningful, effective steps to address climate change.

Christopher Guith

It’s disposal time in Washington. If the Byzantine and confusing federal appropriations process could be summed up in a single phrase, it would most certainly be the famous adage that “the President proposes, and Congress disposes.”

Christopher Guith

Current events in the energy world – both reinforce our nation’s security and our stance as a global energy leader while underlining the dire need for additional energy infrastructure in the Northeast.

Christopher Guith

Past is prologue, as they say. As we look forward to what 2019 could bring for American energy, it’s worthwhile to look back at 2018 for some hints. With that in mind, here is our “look-back preview” of eight key trends and important issues that we believe will help to shape the year ahead.

Christopher Guith

Last month, the United States surpassed Russia – to become the world’s largest crude oil producer, reaching 10.9 million barrels a day of production in August.

Christopher Guith

As the energy leaders from across the globe converge on Washington, DC this week for the World Gas Conference, it is fitting that we recognize the extraordinary growth of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry in the United States over the past year. Just this

Christopher Guith

As the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee prepares to consider new legislation that would open a portion of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR) to

Christopher Guith

Ever since the “Shale Gale” put the brakes on the nuclear renaissance, much of the nuclear world has focused on Small Modular Reactor (SMRs) as the future of fission.  SMRs are smaller, and therefore more versatile than their full sized Light Water Reactor brethren, and could be deployed in a wid

Christopher Guith

Europe has so many historical and cultural wonders that even the reddest of red-blooded Americans can find something European to be envious of.  After all, it was Europeans who gave us Led Zeppelin, pizza, and beer and personally, I think it’s high time we consider adopting the siesta as a nation

Christopher Guith

Sitting here in late September 2016, it’s pretty difficult to imagine what the U.S.

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