SHOT/CHASER: Prices reach record lows as exports reach record highs

A key claim from environmental activists and supporters of the Biden administration’s export ban is that increased LNG exports drive up domestic prices. But data continuously shows this is demonstrably false: SHOT: CHASER: #TodayInEnergy – Henry Hub daily #naturalgas spot price fell to record lows in February https://t.co/ldjILFNpDu pic.twitter.com/VSjG2HBybd — EIA (@EIAgov) February 28, 2024

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Bipartisan Legislators Skeptical of Maryland Cash-Grab Climate “Superfund” Bill

Whether the Rockefellers are pitching climate litigation or climate change “Superfund” legislation, pragmatic local officials often see the pitch for what it is: an ideological campaign that benefits billionaire donors over every day Americans. As discussed on EID Climate yesterday, Maryland is one of four states considering climate Superfund bills, legislation that would force oil

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Analysis: EID Takes A Deep Dive Into Recent Misleading PFAS Reports

There has been much discussion for more than a decade about the chemical additives used in hydraulic fracturing fluid and the disclosures associated with these chemicals. On both fronts, the natural gas and oil industry has consistently delivered in the name of transparency and accountability. Even so, every few years, a familiar group of activists

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Rockefellers Hedge Bets, Push Climate “Superfund” in State Legislatures

The billionaire-funded climate litigation campaign against American energy companies has accomplished little in the near decade since its start, with the cases mired in procedural issues and setbacks along the way. Recognizing this, it appears the leaders of the Rockefeller foundations – the central strategists and financial backers of the lawsuits – have decided to hedge their lawfare bets and pursue

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‘We Simply Don’t Have That Authority’: Newsom Pushes Fracking Ban He Once Called Illegal 

The state of California recently issued proposed regulations to ban fracking outright, threatening thousands of jobs and billions in economic activity in the Golden State.   The proposed rules, issued by the Department of Conservation’s Geologic Energy Management Division this month, fulfill a 2021 order from Gov. Gavin Newsom to issue regulations aimed at ending fracking

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Backed by CCI and Sher Edling, Chicago Files Climate Lawsuit

The City of Chicago today announced a climate lawsuit against oil companies, making it the latest city to dedicate taxpayer resources towards a billionaire-backed lawfare campaign that, to date, has only lost on the merits. The lawsuit is supported by familiar faces. The city is being represented by San Francisco-based plaintiffs’ firm Sher Edling, LLP, the law firm serving

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Fact Checking Natural Gas Misconceptions and Anti-LNG Noise

The Biden administration’s LNG permit freeze has sparked national and international debate over LNG export facilities and the LNG industry as a whole. President Biden’s election-year decision has been deemed purely political and detrimental to U.S. energy and economic security, garnering bipartisan, industry and even international opposition. EID has previously debunked the many myths surrounding

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Overwhelming Bipartisan Opposition: Sen. Bennet Joins Vocal Colorado Chorus Against Biden’s LNG Export Ban 

Senator Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) added his name to a growing bipartisan coalition against the Biden administration’s decision to halt approvals of new LNG export terminals. Reuters reports:    “Democratic U.S. Senator Michael Bennet opposes President Joe Biden’s decision to pause approvals of new exports of liquefied natural gas, saying on Sunday that it could undercut U.S.

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New Report: Rockefellers Signed, Sealed, Delivered Failed NYAG Climate Lawsuit

Explosive new documents have exposed details of the Rockefellers’ coordinated effort to convince the New York Attorney General’s office (NYAG) to launch an investigation into ExxonMobil in 2015. As Fox News reports: “Left-wing nonprofits quietly coordinated a first-of-its-kind investigation into Big Oil led by the New York State Attorney General (NYAG) years ago, sparking dozens of current climate lawsuits, according to

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The Rockefellers, Bloomberg Take Credit for Biden LNG Pause

Billionaire “philanthropists” like the Rockefellers often claim to care about noble causes like the security of the United States’ European allies and reducing greenhouse gas emissions. But it turns out that a campaign targeting liquified natural gas (LNG) exports–which will cause harm to both of those causes–takes priority. A recent Wall Street Journal article details how the Rockefellers, Michael Bloomberg, and other

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Industry Experts Voice Concerns Over LNG Pause; Impacts on Geopolitical Stability, American Jobs, and the Environment

On Thursday – two days after a hearing from the House Subcommittee on Energy, Climate, and Grid Security – the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources held a hearing to examine the ramifications of the Biden administration’s LNG export freeze. European and American industry experts, as well as bipartisan Congressional members, raised the alarm

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Experts Tell House Subcommittee LNG Pause Could Have Major Economic and Environmental Impacts

President Biden’s LNG pause has amassed a range of negative reactions and concerns from across the political spectrum.   In a House Subcommittee on Energy, Climate, and Grid Security hearing this week, members from both sides of the aisle agreed that Biden’s decision, directly and indirectly, affects the U.S. economy, energy security, global emissions reduction goals,

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Right, Left, Labor, Business Agree: Biden’s LNG Freeze is Bad for America

The Biden Administration recently announced a temporary pause on the Department of Energy approving new U.S. LNG export projects that the United States does not have a Free Trade Agreement with – an announcement that received immediate criticism from elected leaders, foreign officials, industry leaders, and energy policy experts alike. These officials universally argued that

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