Vets4Energy on Montana Veteran Radio Program

Capt. McCormick talks about PTSD, returning Veterans, energy security and the Purple Heart Trail on talk radio.



Combat veteran takes to Purple Heart Trail to discuss energy production, national security

The goal was to use the trail as a way to speak to the public about the United States' national energy policy... what it means to national security... [and] to highlight the sacrifices of military service members made to defend the country.



Fargo, Vets4Energy on Rob Port Show

WDAY 970 AM interviewed Captain McCormick about securing America’s energy future



Stars and Stripes "Combat Veteran Takes to Purple Heart Trail"

Stars and Stripes picked up the article written by Hannah Yang from Austin, MN.



Vets4Energy VFW National Convention and Purple Heart Trail Tour

Vets4Energy continues to highlight the importance of energy security to our national security at the VFW National Convention in Kansas City, MO.



Vets4Energy on iHeart Radio, Des Moines, IA

Capt. McCormick is interviewed by Doug Wagner on Iowa WMT Radio where he discusses his 5,000 mile road trip that touches many segments of the Purple Heart Trail.



How an oil glut could swiftly turn to an oil shortage

Of particular concern is a shortage of global spare oil capacity, Webster said. Many oil-producing countries are on the decline...



A coal, nuclear power bailout may cost more than $34 billion, study says

A Trump administration plan to bail out otherwise uneconomical coal-fired and nuclear power plants potentially could cost consumers more than $34 billion over a 2-year period, a study commissioned by the Natural Gas Supply Association, American Petroleum Institute, and four other national energy associations concluded.



U.S. CO2 Levels Drop Again - So Why Aren't Green Groups Rejoicing?

U.S. CO2 levels again declined during 2017, despite overall global output again rising. Credit U.S. fracking and the natural gas boom. But don't worry: the hysteria won't end.



CO2 Emissions

Global CO2 emission declines in 2017 were led by the US. This is 9th time in this century that US has had the largest decline in emissions in the world.