Further Reading

Jericho Oil and Field Redevelopment – April 19, 2015

Today we talk about five things in the news last week: EIA Annual Energy Outlook Sees Net Natural Gas Exports by 2017 House Fires Back Against Clean Power Plan The President, the Pope, and Hollywood Go After Climate Change University of Colorado Stays In Fossil Fuel Business The Marcellus Is a Great […]

Senate Vote-A-Rama Touches on Energy – March 26-27

On March 26 into the morning on March 27, 2015,  the U.S. Senate held its occasionally-annual budget vote-a-rama.  What is that, you might ask: U.S. Senate rules include a special section for consideration of the annual Budget resolution. The Budget is not subject to filibuster, but all amendments must be germane […]

California Gov. Jerry Brown (D-CA) Talks Drought – March 22, 2015

On March 22, 2015, California’s Democratic Governor Jerry Brown appeared on Meet the Press to discuss the ongoing drought in his state.  He touched on a few interesting issues.  First, he showed some passion on climate change, pointing to coal companies as the culprit. The big highlight from the appearance was a […]

Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) Sets Out Energy Vision – March 10, 2015

Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL) presented his ideas for encouraging economic growth, including auctioning off parts of the wireless spectrum to private companies, fast tracking authority for free trade agreements, and creating a “National Regulatory Budget.” Senator Rubio also said the international community needs to respond strongly to Russian actions in […]

Fracking Regulations in Wyoming – April 12, 2015

Today we talk about five things that happened between March 29 and April 12: Jeb Bush Hits Energy Policy in Colorado Bloomberg Reloads in Attack on Coal Plants New Statistics Show Lots of Gas in U.S. Royal Dutch Shell Moves to Buy BG Group EDF Wins Mistrust and Admiration from […]

Pink Petro – March 29, 2015

Pink Petro – March 29, 2015

Today we talk about five things that happened the week of March 23, 2015: California Gov. Says Coal Bad, Gas Good Senate Vote-a-Rama Says EPA Shouldn’t Punish States Over Climate Gallup Poll Finds Fracking is For Old People Gas Exports to Mexico Set to Expand PA Severance Tax Popular, but Bogged […]

Breaking Free – March 22, 2015

Today we talk about five things that happened in the big week of March 16, 2015: Federal Fracking Rules Finally Emerge Anti-Drilling “Frack Pack” Introduced in Congress Pres. Obama’s Professor Slams the Clean Power Plan Sen. McConnell’s “No” Train Gathering Speed Gov. Wolf Sets a Minimum Gas Price Our interview […]

Learning to Roughneck – March 15, 2015

Learning to Roughneck – March 15, 2015

Today we discuss five things that happened the week of March 9, 2015: Senate GOP Uses States Against EPA Gov. Wolf Working on Pipelines While Under Fire for Taxes AGA Not Into New Furnace Rules Texas Legislator Pushing More Natural Gas Trucks Natural Gas Fuel Cells In Vehicles Our interview is […]

Fracking Bans Only Hurt at Home – March 8, 2015

Today we talk about five things that happened the week of March 2, 2015: Gov. Wolf Proposes Natural Gas Tax in Budget Address Mitch McConnell Joins the “Just Say No” Club Dodge Expands its CNG Offerings Distributed Generation with Fuel Cells Forced Pooling Moves in West Virginia Our interview this week […]

Pennsylvania Severance Tax Gets Real – March 1, 2015

Today we discuss five things that happened the week of February 23, 2015. Oil And Gas Task Force Comes Up With Something Report Says Local Bans Don’t Matter Much in the Big Picture Golden Scenarios from The Economist New Report on Gas Creating Chemical Jobs Congress is Doing Something Click below to […]