Natural Gas

From Russia with Love

A recently released U.S. intelligence report on Russia’s efforts to influence the presidential election cited “clear evidence that the Kremlin is financing and choreographing anti-fracking propaganda in the United States,” according to an op-ed that ran in the latest issue...

/ February 1, 2017

Another day, another half-baked carbon tax proposal

Last weekend, The Washington Post lamented in an editorial that too many miles were being driven on our nation’s roads. Individuals are not being held accountable for their actions, the Post complained, adding that there needs to be a way...

/ September 14, 2016

Shale – This Rock is Changing the Future

In recent years the United States has been undergoing a very significant and important transition, from a nation that relied on imported fuels and manufactured goods, to one that is producing them. Manufacturers in the U.S. are ramping up production...

/ March 26, 2015

Renewable Reality Check: You Can’t Have Solar and Wind Power without Fossil Fuels

Last month, I attended an event co-hosted by the Virginia Chamber of Commerce and the Virginia League of Conservation Voters at which Governor Terry McAuliffe formally unveiled the 2014 Virginia Energy Plan. The plan (461 pages in length) focuses on...

/ November 6, 2014