Climate Change Political Correctness Is Dead End Appeasement

climate change Kevin MooneyThe Commonwealth Foundation … . [Editor’s Note: Kevin Mooney suggests climate change capitulation seems to be the current policy of oil and gas majors and is completely self-defeating; a dead-end policy that will achieve zilch.] ExxonMobil has not backed away from its commitment to carbon taxes contrary to what media reports built

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CLCPA Is Slow Motion Train Wreck for New York Energy Future

CLCPA Roger Caiazza (on the subject of)Independent Researcher and Publisher,Pragmatic Environmentalist of New York   … [Editor’s Note: “Vested interests have had their say, and public relations have taken precedence over engineering and economics” but CLCPA “winging it” cannot and will not work.] At the September 13, 2021 meeting of New York’s Climate Leadership and Community

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Natural Gas Now Best Picks – October 9, 2021

natural gas now Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. … … Readers pass along a lot of stuff every week about natural gas, fractivist antics, emissions, renewables, and other news relating to energy. As usual, emphasis is added. Bit Coin Mining Use of Flared Natural Gas to CancelEmissions Shows Why Fractivists Will Never Outwit the Industry

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Biden 30 x 30 Federal Land Grab An Elitist Utopian Scheme

federal land Paul DriessenCFACT …. ….  [Editor’s Note: Biden wants to “preserve 30% of our land” with a Federal land grab while covering America with land gobbling, inefficient and intermittent green energy “farms.”] Via yet another decree (Executive Order 14008), President Biden has instructed government agencies to “permanently protect” at least 30% of all U.S.

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Climate Preachers Need to Walk the Talk or Shut Up

Ron SteinFounder, PTS Advance … … [Editor’s Note: Climate preachers and mega-funders don’t live at all in the style they preach for the rest of us. It’s their way of demonstrating they’re special and the elite.] The billionaires prolificating “green” for the world, such as Mike Bloomberg, Tom Steyer, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Al Gore,

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EQT commits to lowering Scope 1 and 2 emissions by 2025

Last week EQT announced a comprehensive plan to reduce Scope 1 and Scope 2 greenhouse emissions by 2025, according to Natural Gas News. The announcement comes just a week after the company joined the Climate and Clean Air Coalition’s Oil & Gas Methane Partnership, which targets a reduction in methane emissions in line with the

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Congress restores Obama-era methane emissions standards

Congress moved to restore environmental regulations to limit methane emissions, reversing a Trump-era rollback, with a 229-191 House vote on Friday, according to The Wall Street Journal. The decision from the House followed an earlier 52-42 vote by the Senate to reverse the rollback. President Biden is expected to sign the measure, bringing him one

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EQT joins international initiative to lower methane emissions

EQT announced it has joined Climate and Clean Air Coalition’s Oil & Gas Methane Partnership, an initiative committed to lowering methane emissions in line with the Paris climate accord, according to Natural Gas World. The oil and gas companies who’ve joined the initiative are responsible for more than 30% of global oil and gas production.

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Energy company to pay $2M for 31 violations of Clean Air Act in Pa.

An energy company that services natural gas fields in central and western Pennsylvania will pay $2 million for 31 violations of the Clean Air Act, following a court decision last month, according to PennLive. U.S. Middle District Judge Matthew W. Brann imposed the fine on April 20, after Rockwater Northeast admitted to the violations. The

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Natural Gas Now Best Picks of the Week – May 1, 2021

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. … … Readers pass along a lot of stuff every week about natural gas, fractivist antics, emissions, renewables, and other news relating to energy. As usual, emphasis is added. We Need More CO2, Not Less!. This 23-minute video is from 2015 but extremely relevant today as the U.S. is treating

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GHG Emissions Intensity by Cabot Reduced 58% Last Year

George StarkDirector, External AffairsCabot Oil & Gas … .. [Editor’s Note: Cabot Oil and Gas is reducing GHG emissions intensity by an astounding 58% in 2020 compared to 2019 — a huge achievement that says so much!] When you’re a natural gas operator, greenhouse gas emissions (GHG emissions) are top of mind. Identifying areas of

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Report: Gas Infrastructure Key for Climate Technology Solutions

A report by researchers at Columbia University’s Center on Global Energy Policy presents a well-rounded view on the role that natural gas infrastructure will play in reaching net-zero targets and bridging emerging energy technologies. Researchers had the Leaders Summit on Climate – during which countries, led by the United States, committed to more ambitious emission

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Biden’s commitment to cut greenhouse gases by 2030 concerns natural gas industry

President Joe Biden recently announced a goal of reducing greenhouse gas pollution by 50% by 2030, while creating millions of “good-paying, union jobs,” according to The Philadelphia Inquirer. While environmentalists were encouraged by the president’s announcement on Earth Day, the natural gas industry is concerned about what this pledge means for its future. Biden’s recent

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Natural Gas Now Best Picks of the Week – April 24, 2021

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. … … Readers pass along a lot of stuff every week about natural gas, fractivist antics, emissions, renewables, and other news relating to energy. As usual, emphasis is added. A Tiny Dose of Reality on CO2, Please! Our friend Gordon Tomb, Senior Advisor to the CO2 Coalition, reports on the

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Earth Day Is A Reason to Celebrate Today, Not Whine!

Alexander StevensPolicy AnalystInstitute for Energy Research …. … … [Editor’s Note: Earth Day should be a celebration of progress, innovation, markets and growth, not a whiny attack on all of it, as too many would have it.] Despite repeated pronouncements and predictions of doom and gloom by environmentalists, there are a lot of reasons to

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