Further Reading

New and Old Methane Regulations with GTUIT – Aug 30, 2015

New and Old Methane Regulations with GTUIT – Aug 30, 2015

Today we talk about five things in the news from August 17 to 28. EPA Launches New Methane Rule Democrats Move Away from “All of the Above” Non-Trump Republicans Tout Natural Gas Southern Company buying Atlanta Gas and Light Aubrey McClendon Buys into Australia Our weekly interview features George Chedsey from […]

Colorado Compromises with Tisha Schuller – Aug 23, 2015

Colorado Compromises with Tisha Schuller – Aug 23, 2015

Today’s interview is with Tisha Schuller of Stanford University’s Natural Gas Initiative, and formerly of the Colorado Oil and Gas Association. Click below to listen or find us on iTunes or Stitcher. Tisha grew up in Tucson, Arizona and studied earth systems at Stanford University.  She says she became “quite a hippie” at Stanford, even […]

Waterless Fracking in New York? – August 16, 2015

Waterless Fracking in New York? – August 16, 2015

Today I talk about five things in the news for the week of August 10, 2015: Efforts to Block the Clean Power Plan Hitting Stride Minimal Energy Talk at Iowa State Fair Obama Allows Crude Exports to Mexico Enviros New Push to Ban Natural Gas Exports Obama Is Headed North to Alaska […]

Eminent Domain Basics with Ilya Somin – August 10, 2015

Today we talk about five things in the news from the week of August 3, 2015. Natural Gas a “Loser” in the Clean Power Plan? Republicans Use Small Stage to Unload on CPP Little Mention of Energy from Republicans on Big Stage Cheniere Gets New Investor, Could Slow Expansion Oklahoma Gets Serious […]

Senate Moves Bills, Clean Power Leaks – August 2, 2015

Today we talk about five things in the news from the week of July 27, 2015. Senate Moves Two Energy Bills, One Popular Hillary and Jeb Talk Climate Clean Power Plan Set for Launch, Details Leak Natural Gas Trucks Get a Tax Fix Bad News Week for Oil and Gas Jobs […]

Methane Regulations and Energy Bills with Marty Durbin – July 26, 2015

Today we talk about five things in the news for the week of July 20, 2015: House and Senate Drop Limited Energy Bills EPA Proposes New Voluntary Methane Leak Reduction Program Jeb Bush Wants to Eliminate Fossil Fuel “Subsidies” Gov. Jerry Brown and Mayor de Blasio Talk Climate at Vatican New Study Looks to […]

Political Problems With Severance Tax – July 19, 2015

Political Problems With Severance Tax – July 19, 2015

Today we talk about five things in the news for the week of July 13, 2015: An Iran Deal Happened, Now What? Tea Leaves to Read from the Presidential Candidates House Natural Resources Looks Onshore and Off Slow Start to Mexico’s Reopening of its Oil and Gas Fields A Couple Notes […]

Step on the Gas! With Oren Cass – July 12, 2015

Today we talk about five things in the news for the week of July 6, 2015: House Energy Committee Finally Talks Crude Exports Farmers Plan End Around New York’s Fracking Ban House Science Committee Hosts “Investigative Theatre” on EPA Environmental Defense Fund Shares 11 New Methane Studies Fracking Ballot Fight May Return […]

Obama’s Court Loss, Pennsylvania and Ex-Im Shut Down – July 5, 2015

Obama’s Court Loss, Pennsylvania and Ex-Im Shut Down – July 5, 2015

Today we talk about five things in the news for the week of June 27, 2015: Obama Loses in SCOTUS on Mercury The Pennsylvania State Government Shut Down Export-Import Bank Loses Charter Debt Crises Have Natural Gas Implications Water Use Declining Because of Natural Gas Powerplants 1.  Obama Loses in SCOTUS […]

Philly Seeks to Capitalize – June 27, 2015

Philly Seeks to Capitalize – June 27, 2015

Today we talk about five things in the news for the week of June 20, 2015: Pennsylvania Hurtles Towards Energy Tax Drama House Passes Rebuke to Powerplant Regulations All Kinds of Noise on LNG Exports EDF Has New Study on Methane Israel Making Deals to Slay the Leviathan And our interview is with Trish McFarland, the President […]