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The energy revolution continues to bring good economic news to an otherwise anemic economy.  For years, we’ve been arguing that America’s energy revolution will bring jobs and investment to our economy.  Now, there’s a new example to demonstrate just how true that is.  Today at the annual CERAWee

Stephen Eule

Well, it’s that time of year again when the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) gets out its crystal ball and peers into the future.

Stephen Eule

For some time now, we’re been touting the competitive advantage affordable energy gives U.S. industry, especially energy-intensive manufacturing.

Stephen Eule

The Energy Information Administration (EIA), the statistical arm of Department of Energy, last week released its new Annual Energy Outlook 2017 (AEO2017). The AEO’s Reference Case represents EIA’s best prognostication (or educated guess—take your pick) of what energy markets—including supply, demand, imports, exports, fuel mix, prices etc.—will look like in the United States out to 2050.

Stephen Eule

On Fox News Sunday yesterday, Reince Priebus, President-elect Donald Trump’s pick for White House Chief of Staff, summed up pretty well the huge challenges Rex Tillerson, the President-elect’s choice for Secretary of State, faced as CEO of ExxonMobil:

Stephen Eule

Some things have to be seen to be believed.

Christopher Guith

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

Christopher Guith

It’s an interesting question. That we’re even entertaining it, however, shows you how far off the rails candidates from Secretary Clinton, to interest groups, to the Democratic Party Platform have gone in proposing to ban energy production on federal lands in one way, shape, or form.

Heath Knakmuhs

Air travel remains one of the most transformative inventions of the 20th Century.  Though people centuries ago long dreamed of taking to the sky like birds, it was not until 1914 when commercial aviation was born.  While air travel was

Stephen Eule

The Trans-Alaska Pipeline System (TAPS) was approved by Congress in 1973, shortly after the Arab Oil Embargo, and began carrying crude oil from Alaska’s North Slope south to the port at Valdez in 1977.

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