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Fracking: Fact or fiction?

Fracking: Fact or fiction?

By Michael Cochrane
Posted

Energy | Horizontal drilling is boosting domestic natural gas production, and dubious controversy over its safety

Too much of a good thing?

Too much of a good thing?

By Michael Cochrane
Posted

Energy | SACRAMENTO, Calif., July 13, 2020-The governor's office today issued an emergency executive order restricting the home charging of plug-in electric vehicles

The Japan Syndrome

The Japan Syndrome

By Cal Thomas
Posted

Energy | In the 1979 movie The China Syndrome , reporter Kimberly Wells (played by Jane Fonda) witnesses an accident at a nuclear power plant and then uncovers a plot to…

Power loss

Power loss

By Paul Glader
Posted

Energy | Japan's disaster deals a huge blow to a global nuclear renaissance

Oil from a rock

Oil from a rock

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Energy | Political trends and commodity prices are pushing forward a controversial way to produce domestic energy

Mountain of bureaucracy

Mountain of bureaucracy

By Jacob Parrish
Posted

Energy | The Senate and House are caught in an energy industry battle over the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste repository

No time for fine print

No time for fine print

By Edward Lee Pitts
Posted

Politics | Lawmakers fast-track energy and health legislation without warning labels for taxpayers

Drill team

Drill team

By Mark Bergin
Posted

Energy | High prices at the pump are changing the politics of domestic oil extraction and handing Republicans a potentially hot issue for the fall campaign

Hybrid coalition

Hybrid coalition

By Priya Abraham
Posted

Energy | A new Congress adds momentum to an odd alliance of conservative "cheap hawks" and liberal "tree huggers"

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