Natural Gas Now Best Picks of the Week – April 10, 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. But Suppose They Don’t Want Solar Projects in Their Backyards? Environmental justice is, quite simply, a fraud perpetrated on the people

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CLEAN Future Act Is All About Funding Perks for the Prosperous

… … … [Editor’s Note: The CLEAN Future Act is yet more green eggs and scam designed to benefit the prosperous with EV perks at the expense of taxpayers.] In early March, the House Energy and Commerce Committee Chairman Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-NJ), Environment and Climate Change Subcommittee Chairman Paul Tonko (D-NY) and Energy Subcommittee

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Biodiversity Destruction from Wind and Solar Being Ignored

biodiversityTom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. …. ….  [Editor’s Note: It’s about the land and the species that depend on it, including our. Biodiversity demands we increase energy density to use less land.] Far too much of the campaign against fossil fuels and for renewables such as wind and solar in the name of fighting global

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Natural Gas Workers Among Top Wage Earners In Energy Industry

Workers in the natural gas sector are among the highest wage earners in the U.S. energy industry, with oil workers not far behind, but some other energy sectors are lagging, according to a new report from several leading energy think tanks, research, and advocacy groups. Published by the Energy Futures Initiative, the National Association of

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Weymouth Kill Bill Demonstrates Just How Bad Government Has Become

Jim WillisEditor & Publisher, Marcellus Drilling News (MDN) A bill introduced by Massachusetts Senator-Demagogues Markey and Warren for the purpose of killing the Weymouth Compressor Station provides a pitch-perfect illustration of how utterly dysfunctional our government has become. Talk about using a sledgehammer to kill a fly. The two U.S. Senators from Massachusetts, Elizabeth “Pocahontas” Warren and

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Offshore Wind Is Off the Charts Political Nonsense

WeSo, global G ... … …[Editor’s Note: Offshore wind makes no economic or environmental sense whatsoever. It is pure politics intended merely to reward special interests.] The Biden administration has announced plans to vastly expand the use of offshore wind power along the U.S. East Coast. The plan sets a goal of deploying 30,000 megawatts of offshore wind turbines

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Electric Vehicles: A Fantasy of the Rich Subsidized by the Rest of Us

Paul DriessenCommittee For A Constructive Tomorrow …. ….  [Editor’s Note: Electric vehicles are trendy but not very Earth-friendly, affordable or emission-free, for that matter; no, they’re just taxpayer-subsidized virtue signaling.]. Tesla may be synonymous with electric vehicles right now. But within a few years, GM, Volvo and many other manufacturers will be making mostly or

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Environmental Justice? No, Pollution Justice Law Is Just Peak Stupidity!

Roger CaiazzaIndependent Researcher and Publisher,Pragmatic Environmentalist of New York … [Editor’s Note: New York’s Pollution Justice Act is anything but environmental justice, whatever that is. There’s no justice in it for New Yorkers, in fact.] Just when I think New York politicians cannot do anything more stupid something comes out that proves me wrong.  On

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Carbon Tax? No, Absolutely Not, Not Without Representation!

Kevin MooneyThe Commonwealth Foundation … . [Editor’s Note: The following post comes, via permission from the author and our good friend, Kevin Mooney, who writes for The Commonwealth Foundation at PaTownHall.] After vetoing a bill that would have prohibited him from compelling state residents to pay hundreds of millions of dollars annually in carbon taxes

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Natural Gas Industry Notes Its Product Is the Solution, Not the Problem

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. . … Natural gas industry executives attending a global warming confab tell attendees natural gas is the solution, not the problem. Our friend and guest blogger, Mark Dye, has long been of the mind that the natural gas industry has been asleep at the switch in not aggressively pointing out

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Fossil Fuel Fears Blind Those Seeking Green Energy Nirvana to Reality

Paul DriessenCommittee For A Constructive Tomorrow …. ….  The incoming Biden Administration is going whole hog with the Green New Deal and it promises to be an unmitigated disaster awaiting. The Biden Administration is using executive orders and regulatory diktats, while the Democrat-controlled House and Senate are legislating by one-vote vice presidential tie breakers. They’re

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Renewable Energy Is No Friend of Trade Union Jobs

So, global G ... … …[Editor’s Note: Renewable energy fantasies are destroying good-paying union jobs without accomplishing much of anything for the environment.] President Biden has declared climate change the nation’s greatest challenge and is supporting policies that could cost thousands of good-paying union jobs that will not be easily replaced with renewable energy. To

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Facebook Missing the Context in Its Missing Context Labeling

Roger CaiazzaIndependent Researcher and Publisher,Pragmatic Environmentalist of New York … [Editor’s Note: Facebook is into brainwashing these days, labeling it as fact-finding and using phony excuses to hide its own very political agenda.] A friend recently posted information on Facebook that the Texas blackout situation was a “literal perfect storm test if an all-renewable energy

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Texas Blackout Deception Chronicled by Clear Energy Alliance

Tom ShepstoneShepstone Management Company, Inc. …. ….  The Texas blackout is a matter of deception as well as reality, as Mark Mathis illustrates with a fresh take video explanation! That Texas blackout was the entirely predictable result of a bunch of policies, subsidies and incredible governmental distortions of the energy market. Our friend, Mark Mathis,

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