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Fuel Diversity: Guaranteeing Reliable, Affordable Energy

As days grow colder, many New Jersey families are relying on natural gas to keep their homes warm and comfortable.

Increasingly, in many parts of the U.S., we’re also turning to inexpensive, abundant natural gas to generate the electricity that powers our homes and businesses. 527 more words

Nuclear Energy

U.S. likely to become a major energy exporter in a decade

The amount of energy Americans use and the pollution they emit from using coal, oil, and natural gas are not likely to change radically over the next 30 years, even as the U.S. 831 more words

Climate & Energy

U.S. Shale Boom Finally Runs Out of Gas

The correction in U.S. natural gas production has finally arrived. Volumes are down close to 5% since peaking in late 2015, driven by declines in associated gas and higher-cost legacy areas as well as ongoing curtailments and pipeline constraints across the Northeast United States. 140 more words

Marcellus

Coal plant retirements will continue despite Trump’s EPA pick | Brookings Institution

The appointment of Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt to head the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reveals that President-elect Trump is dead serious about his campaign promises to rein in environmental regulations and revive the coal industry. 114 more words

Natural Gas

MarkWest Deal is Bullish for Natural Gas Liquids and EPD -Barrons

Following Monday’s announcement that MarkWest Energy Partners (MWE) is being purchased by MPLX (MPLX), other midstream MLPs rallied.

SunTrust Robinson Humphrey analyst Tristan Richardson writes in his afternoon report on the deal: 207 more words

Natural Gas

Ontario’s Auditor General Slams the Province’s Pending Cap and Trade Fiasco

(December 2, 2016) Ontario’s Auditor General tells the public what’s really going to happen when the province introduces its cap and trade program. Hint: it’s not pretty. 706 more words

Renewables

Solar up, coal down: U.S. shakes up energy supply

Solar power capacity in the U.S. will have nearly tripled in size in less than three years by 2017, amid an energy shakeup that has seen natural gas solidify its position as the country’s chief source of electricity and coal power continue to fade, according to… 582 more words

Climate & Energy