Energy

Divestment Hot Air From The Beehive State

More divestment bluster, this time from the academic senate at the University of Utah, which voted narrowly in favor of a resolution calling on the university to dump its investments associated with fossil fuels. The divisive resolution, which squeaked through...

/ May 4, 2016

Free Market Energy Policies: Making The American Dream Available To All (Part Two)

States with more cumbersome, choice restricting regulations have higher energy costs, reducing a state’s economic potential.  A closer look at one of the states with the most regulation reveals these higher consumer costs are not only associated with lower overall...

/ January 22, 2016

Free Market Energy Policies: Making The American Dream Available To All (Part One)

As the 2016 presidential election cycle heats up, a lot of the candidates are talking about how to revitalize the middle-class. Such a focus is welcome and overdue. The American middle-class has certainly been shrinking, with disparity in wealth simultaneously...

/ January 20, 2016

AFPM Celebrates Job Creation at Energy Day

America’s abundance of oil and natural gas resources are providing a variety of high-tech, well-paying career opportunities. More than 30 refining expansions worth $14 billion are currently under development across the United States. In addition, approximately 243 U.S. chemical investment...

/ September 30, 2015