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Craig Stevens
Craig Stevens
Former Advisor to Energy Secretary Bodman

If This Arizona Energy Plant Shuts Down, The Consequences Will Be Dire

Forrest Gump Point, red rock at Monument Valley, Navajo Tribal Park, Arizona USA. Depth of long empty road. (Shutterstock)

The increasing debate about Arizona’s energy future has become a test case for the current administration’s pledge to support energy diversity. Basics like energy security, reliability and affordability are common sense goals for energy policy. These priorities take on far greater complexity in Arizona than perhaps anywhere else in the nation.

Big On The Boom: Trump’s Infrastructure Plan Looks Like A Total Business Score

11:09 PM 02/05/2018

By removing unnecessary obstacles to new energy development, the Trump administration has helped unleash a domestic energy boom. U.S. energy production is growing so quickly that the U.S. Energy Information Administration predicts the U.S. will reach record-setting levels of oil and natural gas production this year. Building on this success would lead to still more energy-fueled economic growth.

LONG OVERDUE: Regulators Should Clarify Keystone XL Approval

3:37 PM 12/05/2017

After nearly a decade of legal limbo and political gamesmanship, Nebraska regulators voted last week to approve the Keystone XL Pipeline. The vote moves the project one step closer to ending a years-long impasse that reached the highest levels of government.