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    Cruz’s Energy Bill a Win for Economy, Taxpayers, and Free Markets

    Over the past few years, energy production has been one of the bright spots in the American economy. The U. S. is now the world’s largest natural gas producer and will soon be the world’s largest oil producer. Senator Ted Cruz’s (R–Texas) American Energy Renaissance Act, along with its companion … More

    Eliminate Advanced Manufacturing and Alternative Fuel Programs

    There are sound market ideas that address issues of high energy prices. Throwing money at corporations is not one of them. The House of Representatives Committee on Appropriations released its report language on the Energy and Water Development Appropriations bill for 2014. While the House deserves credit for scaling back … More

    Obama Climate Change Plan: War on Coal Would Hike Natural Gas Prices 42 Percent

    Remember the shale gas revolution that would bring stably low natural gas prices and fuel a manufacturing renaissance in the United States? Well, the Obama Administration’s war on coal will drive up natural gas prices, and the American manufacturing base will be a casualty. President Obama will make remarks on … More

    U.S. Shale Gas: The Geopolitical Impact

    A report released last week by the Baker Institute at Rice University, “Shale Gas and U.S. National Security,” focused on the foreign policy benefits of this domestically produced fuel. The authors undertook the study in light of the tremendous growth in discoveries of natural gas from shale in North America … More