Eighty percent of the world’s energy and 60 percent of its food and clothing are produced or transported using fossil fuels.
The expansion of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling continues to enable profitable extraction of oil and gas in many states across the country.
In his 2014 budget, President Barack Obama called for a strategic review of the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA).
Nevada legislators are considering adjusting the state’s renewable portfolio standard (RPS).
Colorado legislators are bucking the national trend and considering a proposal that would boost the state’s renewable portfolio standard (RPS).
North Carolina legislators are considering repealing the state’s renewable portfolio standard (RPS).
As advancements in hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling continue to revolutionize the nation’s energy outlook, it’s important to consider the economic ripple effect expanding shale energy h
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