According to the International Energy Agency (IEA), the increase in natural gas supplies brought about by the growth in hydraulic fracturing has contributed to "global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions" remaining flat for a third straight year in 2016.
A retired Navy rear admiral, Lowcountry resident William Schachte Jr. enjoyed a distinguished career focused on protecting our national security. Now, Schachte has turned his focus on the issue of energy independence.
The energy revolution continues to bring good economic news to an otherwise anemic economy.
Capt. James McCormick (ret.), Bronze and Silver Star recipient and program director at Vets4Energy, said the Keystone XL project is directly related to improving our national security, which "requires a country to have an affordable and stable supply of energy."
Radio interview on The John Fredericks Show (Virginia). 13 minutes.
Vets4Energy and Florida Energy Forum spoke at, and staffed, an energy education table at the Northeast Florida Women Veterans conference on March 12, 2017. The event was held at the Florida Department of Veteran Affairs.
By MA Vets4Energy chairman: "Why does the Northeast regularly experience higher energy and electricity prices during the winter months? ... It's because our regional energy infrastructure is insufficient to handle the demand we have, particularly for natural gas."
The investments at 11 sites should create 35,000 temporary construction jobs and 12,000 permanent jobs, Chief Executive Darren Woods said in a speech at CERAWeek, the world's largest gathering of energy executives.
Ten-minute interview that discusses difference in national security and military security, and how energy impacts the country.
Saying that he had heard some state leaders complain about federal regulatory delays, US President Donald J. Trump told a delegation of US governors that his administration will try to remove federal regulatory roadblocks that have delayed important projects for environmental reasons.