Phil Murphy, the Pander Bear, Plays Racial Politics with Energy

Jim WillisEditor & Publisher, Marcellus Drilling News (MDN) Phil Murphy, another New Jersey governor from Wall Street has decided to play racial politics with bill that will halt revitalization of poor communities. Not even Andrew Cuomo, as grossly corrupt as he is, has thought up something this vile and evil–using the currently toxic environment of race relations

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Pipeline Case Reveals the Non-Caring Elitist Agenda of Greens

Paul DriessenCommittee For A Constructive Tomorrow …. ….  The recent Supreme Court decision in the case of the Atlantic Coast Pipeline reveals the true very non-green political agenda of those who say they’re green. The US Supreme Court recently ruled 7-2 to reverse a lower court ruling that had invalidated a permit for the Atlantic

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South Australia Solar Fiasco Suggests What’s Ahead for New York

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. . … If you’re looking to see into New York State’s energy future, look no further than South Australia where green political correctness has turned dark. South Australia has a huge energy problem. It has heavily subsidized solar energy, just like New York State. It is now producing so much

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Capitalism, Nor Cronyism, Is What We Need; Especially in Energy

Robert Bradley, Jr.Founder and CEO of the Institute for Energy ResearchPrincipal, MasterResource: A Free-Market Energy Blog.. .… … [Editor’s Note: Crony capitalism or real capitalism? The answer is obvious yet too many companies in recent years, GE being the prime example, drifted toward the former.] A May 27, 2020, piece at EnergyWire (E&E News) reported the latest

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Clean energy needs a boost to reverse Covid-19 economic damage: IEA

The Covid-19 pandemic has dealt a massive blow to countries around the world and brought up “worrying implications” for clean energy transitions, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said in a new report. The crisis is chocking economies and significantly impacting the energy sector, the Paris-based agency said. Unprecedented action and leadership from governments, companies, and

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EU discusses clean energy in €750B post-pandemic recovery fund

EU’s commissioner for energy, Kadri Simson, told the bloc’s energy ministers on Monday that there is a strong link between technology, recovery, and climate-neutral ambition. Simson discussed Europe’s €750 ($846.3) billion coronavirus recovery fund and the role of clean energy technologies for the future low carbon economy. She described it as a “sizeable, balanced plan,

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Natural Gas Now Best Picks of the Week – June 13, 2020

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. Can The United States Senate Stop Germany’s GasPipeline From Russia In A Post-Coronavirus World? Dan Markind compares the self-imposed German energy

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Indian Point Situation – Even Worse Than I Thought!

Roger CaiazzaIndependent Researcher and Publisher,Pragmatic Environmentalist of New York … [Editor Comment: Something truly amazing has been revealed about Indian Point; the industrial sized renewable farms that are to replace it aren’t even making power for us!] In April 2017 Governor Cuomo announced the closure of the Indian Point Energy Center by April 2021 and last week

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Germany to invest $10.2B in hydrogen expansion

Germany announced it will invest €9 billion ($10.2 billion) to boost its hydrogen strategy, aimed at becoming a global supplier of “state-of-the-art” hydrogen technology, Kallanish Energy reports. The coalition government agreed late on Wednesday a €130 billion ($147.3 billion) coronavirus recovery stimulus package. The program is geared to climate change mitigation and promoting the technologies

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Williams to add solar to gas processing, pipelines

U.S. pipeline operator Williams plans to add solar power at natural gas-processing plants and natural gas pipeline facilities in nine states, Kallanish Energy reports. The move is made possible by generous federal and state tax credits, the Oklahoma-based company said. The company plans to add mini-solar farms ranging in size from 1 megawatt to 40

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BP America taps David Lawler as new chief

David C. Lawler is adding to his titles at BP America, Kallanish Energy reports He is currently the CEO of BPX Energy and will become chairman and president of BP America on July 1, succeeding retiring Susan Dio. He will remain as CEO of BPX Energy. “Beyond a track record of delivering strong safety, environmental

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Trump administration change aids renewable projects

The Trump administration provided a major boost to developers of renewable energy, in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Kallanish Energy reports. The U.S. Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service last week issued a Notice 2020-41 to provide tax relief to affected taxpayers involved in solar and wind projects by extending the safe harbor

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Largest New Jersey solar facility is operational

New Jersey’s largest solar facility is now in operation. The 28.5-megawatt facility in located on Naval Weapons Station Earle in Tinton Falls, New Jersey, Kallanish Energy reports. The facility on 170 acres was designed and built by CS Energy LLC. with headquarters in Edison, New Jersey. It is owned by Vitol Green Holdings, Ben Moreell

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Natural Gas Now Best Picks of the Week – May 30, 2020

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. Senator Yudichak Speaks His Thoughts on Energy Cabot Oil & Gas Corporation, in cooperation with Penn’s Northeast, the Wyoming County Chamber

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Joe Biden, You’re Not Going to Win Pennsylvania This Way

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. . … Joe Biden is in a political vise; squeezed by radical greens on the one side and labor on the other. He can’t win Pennsylvania without the latter, though. Joe Biden will be the Democrat nominee for President this year, but can he win Pennsylvania in November? That’s unclear.

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