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04.05.13

Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions declined in 2012

Energy-related carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions in 2012 were the lowest in the United States since 1994, at 5.3 billion metric tons of CO2. With the exception of 2010, emissions have declined every year since 2007.

 

04.04.13

Keystone XL Pipeline Draws Broad Support

As the Obama administration approaches a decision on the Keystone XL pipeline, a national survey finds broad public support for the project.

 

04.02.13

European industry flocks to U.S. to take advantage of cheaper gas

The gap in natural gas prices has opened quickly, leaving companies that make investment decisions years in advance scrambling to catch up. As recently as 2007, U.S. natural gas prices were only about 20 percent lower than Europe's, not enough to fundamentally reshape markets.

 

03.28.13

STATEMENT FROM EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR KAREN MOREAU ON TODAY'S SIENA POLL

The following is a statement from Executive Director Karen Moreau:

 

03.28.13

STATEMENT FROM EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR KAREN MOREAU ON VOICES FROM PENNSYLVANIA

The following is a statement from Executive Director Karen Moreau:

 

03.27.13

Why Cuomo must seize the moment on hydrofracking

Opinion by Ed Rendell, former governor of PA: "Natural gas has an important role to play in the Northeast region and in our nation's overall energy future. It's already creating new opportunities for consumers and businesses and promoting economic growth in a range of sectors - all while reducing environmental impacts."

 

03.22.13

A Model for Reducing Emissions

Who would have thought the United States would one day be a leader in cutting greenhouse gas emissions?

 

03.19.13

The New Truck Stop: Filling Up With Natural Gas for the Long Haul

All along the millions of miles of highways that crisscross North America, wheels are in motion to remake the truck stop.

 

03.18.13

The Empire Energy Forum Strikes Back for Natural Gas

There was an Empire Energy Forum held in Oneonta, New York, Friday. The powerpoint presentations were extremely informative and the audience left encouraged that common sense and facts could strike back against the hyperbole from the other side and bring natural gas development to New York, finally.

 

03.12.13

Fracking wait grueling

For the dozens of landowners across Sullivan County whose land - thousands of acres worth - is held tied up in regulatory knots, the wait is already way too long.