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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.

Stephen Eule

This year’s annual Conference of the Parties (COP-24) to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) was held the first two weeks of December in Katowice, the heart of Poland’s coal country. This is the third time Poland has hosted a COP.

By Matt Koch and Dan Byers

Pop quiz: which President issued the following clarion call for action on permitting reform?

Dan Byers

Earlier this week, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) celebrated the one-year anniversary of an obscure guidance memorandum that surely deserves recognition as amongst the most arcane pol

Dan ByersStephen Eule

Mark Twain reportedly observed in 1919 that "A falsehood can travel around the world and back again while the truth is lacing up its boots." When it comes to the debate surrounding Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recent rules, Twain’s quip still rings true.

Heath Knakmuhs

It is no secret that New York has become openly hostile to energy infrastructure.

Dan Byers

Today, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released its long-awaited proposal to replace the Obama Administration’s Clean Power Plan (CPP)—the Proposed Affordable Clean Energy Rule,

Matt Letourneau

IHS Markit’s annual CERAWeek energy conference brings together some of the top minds in business and policy to reflect on the current state of energy and what the future may hold for the industry at large.  With the energy renaissance still in full swing and

Dan Byers

It seems like we say this every year, but 2017 has been a whirlwind of a year for major energy news.

Heath Knakmuhs

 Back in June 2014, the Environmental Protection Agency issued its proposed regulations to address greenhouse gas emissions from electric generating units, or EGUs.  A little over a year later, this proposal was finalized as the so-called Clean Power Plan (CPP).  A flawed process from the beginni

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