Everything is bigger in Texas, especially natural gas production. The Lone Star State alone produces more natural gas than every country in the world, except Russia, and that includes every member state of OPEC.
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Despite complaints from the oil industry, livestock producers, environmental groups and a whole host of others, the Environmental Protection Agency has increased the amount of biofuels refiners are required to blend into the fuel supply every year.
A new government watchdog report found that the Internal Revenue service has handed out billions of dollars to support green energy projects, and then failed to mention how the money was spent on building new power generation.
MSNBC host Al Sharpton took to Twitter Thursday to ask people whether or not they thought the devastating floods in Texas were caused by man-made global warming or “God’s rebuke.”
Saudi Arabia should be troubled by the following chart. It shows why American ingenuity and free markets are quickly finding ways to more efficiently and cheaply produce crude oil -- bad news for the Saudis.
So much for being green. An investigation into Tesla’s battery swap program has revealed that at least one of the company’s vehicle Supercharge stations is powered by diesel generators.
A new study out of the United Kingdom predicts the Earth is about to go through a major climatic shift that could mean decades of cooler temperatures and fewer hurricanes hitting the United States.
It's been nearly a decade since a major hurricane has made landfall in the U.S., but that hasn’t stopped President Barack Obama from claiming that more global warming-induced "extreme weather" will pummel Americans every year.
It ain’t easy being green. Rooftop solar panels on an Apple-owned facility in Mesa, Arizona caught fire Tuesday morning, lighting up the roof of one of the company’s potential data processing centers.
The EPA has released its Waters of the United States (WOTUS) rule critics say would allow the agency to regulate waterways previously not under federal jurisdiction, including puddles, ditches and isolated wetlands.
The EPA is on the verge of finalizing a new “Waters of the United States” regulation that would greatly expand the agency’s control over U.S. waters, and may even give the EPA the power to regulate ponds, ditches and puddles.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders got his supporters fired up in a speech Tuesday, talking about all the problems in America and his socialist solutions.
If you’re unsure of what impacts pending EPA regulations will have on the U.S. coal industry, look no further than a new government study showing huge declines in coal production and use as power plant fuel.
Fighting global warming is this generation’s “revolution,” according to Michelle Obama, and it’s just like Martin Luther King, Jr.’s civil rights struggle during the 1960s.
In an interview with Vox, Bill Nye argues that politicians who deny man-made global warming are violating their constitutional duties to the American people. Nye then misconstrues a clause in Article 1, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution to support his point.
According to emails sent to and from former Sec. Hillary Clinton’s private email address, U.S. officials were aware of “credible” threats against U.S. personnel in Benghazi a year before the Sept. 11, 2012 attacks. The emails were released Friday by the Department of State
President Obama’s promise to have 1 million electric or hybrid cars on the road by 2015 has been an abysmal failure, according to documents obtained by Bloomberg, as private and government purchases of such vehicles have only reached 31 percent of the president’s original goal.
Once again, the Obama administration has stealthily released its spring regulatory agenda, which includes the costliest regulation in history, as millions of Americans hit the road to celebrate Memorial Day weekend.
Global temperature change observed over the last hundred years or so is well within the natural variability of the last 8,000 years, according to a new paper by a former Intergovernmental Panel On Climate Change (IPCC) lead author.