A few months ago we wrote about the Momentum Building for Practical, Impactful Climate Solutions. Our Energy Innovates “ALL-IN” Summit this past summer served as another important reminder of the incredible work that has been done by both the public and private sector to generate innovative
The Energy Information Administration (EIA) just released its International Energy Outlook (IEO) for 2019. This new forecast suggests that we can expect to see some pretty dramatic changes in energy supply demand for over the next 30 years. The IEO2019 provides a look at global trends in energy
This week, Americans around the country are marking National Clean Energy Week (NCEW), an annual celebration to honor the progress we’ve made to deploy newer, cleaner technologies while maintaining our economic growth. The event brings together associations, businesses and industry advocates to
The conventional wisdom has been that there was simply no appetite in Congress this year to take meaningful, effective steps to address climate change. It’s argued that the issue is not a priority for the Trump Administration, and there has seemingly been far too much division on Capitol Hill for
Thanks to the shale revolution over the past decade, growing production and exports of liquefied natural gas (LNG) has quickly become one of America’s greatest success stories. Last year, GEI reported that a record 27 countries were receiving LNG from the United States, with China overtaking Japan
2008 was a bleak year for American energy. Domestic oil production barely exceeded 5 million barrels per day—the lowest level since 1946—continuing a slow decline that began in the mid-1980s. Of course, our demand for oil continued to grow, so to make up for lost domestic production and to continue
Two recent developments highlight some of the progress being made in the never ending battle to build much needed energy infrastructure in our country. What is new with Keystone XL? A federal appeals court lifted a judge’s injunction that blocked construction of the Keystone XL (KXL) oil pipeline
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.”
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