• Blog
    April 21, 2020

    Pain in the Oil Patch

    Thanks to American innovation, the United States has become the most dominant energy producer in the world. In 2018, our nation became the largest producer of oil in the world and now exports more than is imported for the first time in over 70 years. However, like many other industries, COVID-19 has
  • Blog
    April 20, 2020

    The Critical Work of the Power Sector During the Pandemic

    When the President announced the America Works Together hashtag last week to highlight Americans helping one another during the coronavirus pandemic, the frontline healthcare workers came to mind first. Their tireless, selfless sacrifice is central to our nation’s ability to combat and overcome the
  • Blog
    April 10, 2020

    Energy Innovation Being Put to Good Use

    We are justifiably proud of the innovation that takes place on a daily basis in the energy industry. Through the development of technology and engineering know-how, American energy companies have allowed our nation to become a global leader in energy production, while reducing emissions and
  • Blog
    January 30, 2020

    World Energy Outlook 2019: IEA Peers into Its Crystal Ball

    The International Energy Agency’s (IEA) recently published World Energy Outlook 2019 (WEO2019) details how unconventional oil and natural gas production in the United States is reshaping world energy markets—something the readers of Global Energy Institute blog already know! Still, it’s nice to have
  • Blog
    December 17, 2019

    Energy Security Risks Near Record Low in 2018

    The Global Energy Institute is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its U.S. Index of Energy Security Risk. This momentous achievement aside, there is lots to celebrate when it comes to the current state of American energy security. For starters, the United States has achieved its fourth lowest risk
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    November 26, 2019

    American Energy: We’ve Got Plenty to be Thankful For

    As the song goes, there’s no place like home for the holidays. For many Americans, that means traveling long distances. It means extra trips to grocery store and mall, keeping the cold at bay in our homes, and cranking up our ovens—all of which is made possible by energy. Indeed, our modern day