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Can we trust the EPA? Part 2—Particulate Matter, 2.5 Microns Or Smaller

In the previous posting, it was noted that the Supreme Court stopped enforcement of an EPA regulation that reduced emissions of mercury (Hg) from coal-based power plants. 876 more words


Can We Trust The EPA? Part I--- Mercury

Enforcement of an EPA regulation that would shut down many, if not all, of the US coal based power plants has been stopped by the Supreme Court. 594 more words


Crude Oil Sales Ban Must Be Lifted

This site has written before (click here)  about the crippling of the US petroleum producers by not permitting them to sell crude oil outside of the US. 403 more words


OPEC Strategy Report Says Two More Years Of A Crude Oil Glut

OPEC meets 5 June in Geneva to discuss the cartel’s strategy for the coming years.  Reuters News Agency has obtained the draft report of OPEC’s long-term strategy. 395 more words

Fossil Fuels

Taking One-third Of U.S. Coal-fired Power Plants Off The Grid By 2020 Simply Isn’t Workable

Warner Baxter is chairman, president and CEO of St. Louis-based Ameren Corp, the largest energy provider in Missouri, serving more than 1.2 million electric and gas customers.   661 more words

Alternative Energy

DiCaprio, The Green Hypocrite

Well, no American MainStream Media source will ever call any Hollywood Green a hypocrite. So, if you happen to be curious about Leonardo DiCaprio’s green credentials you have to go off-shore, to say England, where the DailyMail.com provides a picture of how Mr. 340 more words


Secretary Kerry Earns 4 Pinocchios From Fact Checker

Several days ago, David Middleton’s takedown of Secretary of State John Kerry’s speech to the Atlantic Council was posted on this site. There are so many things out of kilter in Kerry’s speech that this posting will highlight some additional issues. 1,346 more words