The Pennsylvania Climate Action Plan Is All Cost and No Benefit

Gregory WrightstoneGeologist and author of “Inconvenient Facts” .. … Shutting down debate is no way to convince anyone, but Apple has killed Greg Wrightstone’s very successful Inconvenient Facts App. Was it to please Al Gore? On April 29, 2019, Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf released the latest version of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection’s (DEP) Climate

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FERC Issues Certificate for Northeast Supply Enhancement Pipeline

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. . … A four-member FERC issued a Certificate for the Northeast Supply Enhancement Pipeline this past week, which is a big step forward. The NESE is on its way! The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission voted 3 to 1 to issue a certificate authorizing the construction and operation of “an expansion

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New Nature Study Affirms the Climate Benefits of Increased Natural Gas Use

The increased use of natural gas in electricity generation contributes to long-term “climate stabilization objectives,” according to a new study published in Nature. Notably, the study’s top line finding should address concerns that natural gas is less effective at reducing emissions than initially anticipated: “We found that the coal-to-gas shift is consistent with climate stabilization

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Even the Media Agrees: This Is No Way to Sell Climate Change

Stephen HeinsEnergy Consultant“The Word Merchant” … Michael Mann’s refusal to share data while attacking anyone with the courage to question his climate change conclusions is unsettling, even to journalists. This recent news from the Competitive Enterprise Institute is pretty revealing: In a letter filed with the D.C. Court of Appeals today, 24 media organizations, including the Washington

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Oil & Gas Industry Moves to Innovate Away CO2: What Will Fractivists Do?

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc.   Green energy fans proclaim renewables are necessary to reduce CO2 emissions and will soon replace gas but the oil and gas industry keeps innovating CO2 away. It’s always amusing to read every year how renewables are coming down in price and will soon compete with natural gas, while also

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