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Similar plants, powered by similar engines built by Finland's Wärtsilä, have been constructed elsewhere. As a result of the
If the experts at the U.S. Department of Energy are right, the startling "new" fuels of 2040 will be oil, coal, and natural gas -- and we will find ourselves on a baking, painfully uncomfortable planet.
We need to introduce competition to bring down prices and break the hold of OPEC oil, and we have the domestic fuel to do just that: Natural Gas.
Since the Pickens Plan launched in July 2008, we've made enormous progress in getting America the energy plan it deserves
The now two-year-old equipment will help the company reduce its diesel fuel usage, and thereby also reduce its emissions
"We've been dealing with a Congress where a significant portion of the other party thinks there's no such thing as global
"The main message that I have is that the United States recognizes our fates are tied up with your success," Obama said. "We
The U.S. is producing a lot more oil than it did just a few years ago. Yet the price at the pump hasn't dropped a single penny. Why not? Because we import so many billions of dollars worth of OPEC oil that we end up paying global prices.
While I am far less enthusiastic about Mayor Bloomberg's support for nuclear power, I agree that the discussion of nuclear energy needs to be stripped of emotion, and focused on an assessment of costs and benefits.
Over the last five years, our country has taken great steps toward enhancing our energy security. How? By using new technology developed by American companies that offers better access to our plentiful resources.
Natural gas is here to stay. Its low price is spurring investment and jobs, and increasing energy security. But it's important to get it right.
By 2010, trade in LNG grew to represent nearly 10 percent of the total global demand for natural gas. The expansion in liquefaction capacity has been dramatic, but will it last?
A new report commissioned by the U.S. Department of Energy on blending hydrogen into natural gas pipelines – an idea being
Obama's plan also funds natural gas research, furthering the president's forthright support of an "all of the above" energy
As Vice President Joe Biden reaffirmed the Obama Administration's commitment to combat climate change, new data indicates carbon dioxide emissions in the United States in 2012 dropped to their lowest levels since 1994.
One of the highlights of my childhood was to attend the Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg. I can still remember missing school for a day to meander with my family through all of the latest farm machinery exhibits and the livestock to see the state's best and brightest.
I have always called my books friends. And only a fellow-booklover could describe books like that. But for Churchill, his paintbrush brought him even greater change than a book ever did.
Winston Churchill was a leader of leaders. He is widely regarded among the most influential people in British history, and
Change sometimes takes time. We need to respect the growing process. There is a story about a Japanese executive who stressed
In his book Alternative to Futility, Elton Trueblood includes a chapter on discipline. He quotes Milton who said, "The history of every civilization rises and falls on the axel of discipline."