...recent reports [indicate] that the EPA is moving to facilitate the year-round sale of E15 gasoline, which studies have shown could put consumers at risk...
When it comes to limiting CO2 emissions, the results are not always what you'd expect.
The devastating report - based on, yes, actual 'science' - shows that the forced addition of ethanol to the nation's gasoline is making our air dirtier.
"It represents a dramatic and largely unanticipated turnaround that dramatically changed both markets and long-term thinking about energy."
Even climate extremists should embrace natural gas, since it's slowly replacing coal and oil, and cutting carbon emissions.
What if there were a way to slash planet-warming greenhouse-gas emissions at little to no net cost? Opportunities such as these exist because knowledge about them has emerged gradually and the government has failed to require the simple changes needed.
As Americans hit the road this summer and gas prices are in the news, the Trump administration continues to seek a solution to what's proven to be a thorny issue - the Renewable Fuels mandate (RFS). Now more than a decade old, this is the law that forces more and more ethanol into our fuel supply.
... some New Yorkers haven't forgotten being left in the cold when their homes lost heat over the winter. In the cold, but not in the dark when it comes to the solution: build more pipelines.
As negotiations reach the go/no go point for a revised North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), President Trump should recognize the agreement's impact on one of his top priorities: U.S. energy dominance.
McClatchy recently reported that the same Russian cyber-manipulation campaign that interfered with the U.S. election in 2016 had a "hidden hand" in Florida protests against a natural gas pipeline...