• As the candidates trade barbs, who will lead on Energy?

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In The News 

21-Nov-2015 - Prominent Scientists Declare Climate Claims Ahead of UN Summit ‘Irrational’ – ‘Based On Nonsense’ –

AUSTIN, Texas – A team of prominent scientists gathered in Texas today.. READ MORE >

18-Nov-2015 - Crude Oil Tumbles Under $40 as Record Supply Glut Deepens Slide

Oil dropped below $40 a barrel in New York for the first time since August a.. READ MORE >

16-Nov-2015 - OPEC Export Price Falls Below $40 for First Time Since 2009

The average price of crude sold by OPEC fell below $40 a barrel for.. READ MORE >

13-Nov-2015 - Iran Return to Intensify Europe Oil-Price Competition, IEA Says

Oil price competition in Europe is set to intensify when Iranian crude retur.. READ MORE >

World Energy Opinion

Who's leading on Energy and Climate, Rubio, Cruz, Trump, Florina or someone else?

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Recently several republican hopefuls running for President have made statements that give us a clue on where they would stand on Energy. The most basic stance, held by all of them, is that they would have approved the XL pipeline, while each of the Democrats have come out and publicly stated that they would not approve the pipeline.  Just about everyone feels that the Presidents decision to not finish the pipeline was politically motivated and reflects poorly on the rule of law in our country.   read more

Ever Wonder Where Hillary Clinton Stands on Energy, we did.

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Hillary Clinton on Energy
Hillary is a savvy political veteran, and as the Democrat front runner you would expect to see her policies clearly laid out, however, as a savvy political veteran she knows the dangers of doing that and has kept it very light.  However, we have been able to pick up some nuggets that give us an idea on where she stands. read more

Democrats and Energy, visionary or dangerous?

Tuesday, October 06, 2015

As we head into the first democratic debate there are some real questions we should be asking.  Will the candidates present a new direction or double down on Obama’s administration?  Where are they going to stand on immigration, on our foreign policy and most relevant, where on energy?

When Hillary Clinton professes a firm belief in Climate Change and proposes an energy policy to match, what should the average voter think? With her only rival being even further to the left, Bernie Sanders is convinced that the “science is settled” and we have the ability to control the weather; things are going to get weird. When a candidate opposes what most see as common sense, the XL pipeline, on the basis that it will encourage our use of oil a real question is presented.  What happens if they get elected? read more



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