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As I explain in U.S. Energy Policy and the Pursuit of Failure, bipartisan compromise is possible and has led to policy change in the past. However, that change has almost always...
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Full Title: Breaking All the Rules: The Crisis in Oil & Gas Regulatory Enforcement: States are Betraying the Public by Failing to Enforce Oil and Gas Development Rules Author(s): Earthworks Publisher(s): Earthworks Publication...
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A recently released report by VeraQuest Inc. titled “VeraGreen: A Look at American Attitudes and Behaviors on Environmental Issues,” examines how Americans view environmental issues such as global warming and the...
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Full Title: Institutional Choices for Regulating Oil and Gas Wells Author(s): Lee Lane Publisher(s): Hudson Institute Publication Date: 2/2013 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description: The FRAC Act proposals raise a broader question.  In the regulation of oil...
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At the recent National Clean Energy Summit in Nevada, Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz lauded federal loans for green energy projects. “We have done a lot to try to get renewables...
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The election is over.  What comes next for energy policy? Some environmentalists have already answered that question by planning a demonstration outside the White House to press President Obama to prevent...
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"Our National Energy Policy: Post-Election Prospects and Challenges" December 14th, 2012 National Press Club, Washington, DC See below for an abridged version of the transcript and a full video recording of the event....
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According to the Environmental Protection Agency, the Social Cost of Carbon (SCC) is supposed to be "An estimate of the economic damages associated with a small increase in carbon dioxide...
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