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    EPA relies on weak methodology to justify proposed methane regulations

    On Feb. 18, 2012, The Economist declared: “The home of laissez-faire is being suffocated by excessive and badly written regulations.” These words are still valid today. In fact, in 2014 there were 3,554 final rules published in the Federal Register. Some of these regulations deal with routine matters, but some are classified as major, significant, […]

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    Op-Ed: Liquefied natural gas exports signal a new era of US energy

    The next few months will mark a significant time in the history of America’s complex bond with natural gas. This month, Cheniere Energy announced they will commence the loading and transport of the first shipment of liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports to Europe from their Sabine Pass terminal in Louisiana. Costing between $9.9 billion and […]

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    VIDEO: After Corn Ethanol’s Crushing Defeat, Will Congress Repeal Mandate?

    Iowans signaled a clear message this week: Whatever political influence ethanol lobby once had is now gone. Big Corn’s crushing defeat, highlighted in a new online-exclusive video, comes at the hands of voters in America’s largest corn-producing state and paves a clear path for congressional repeal. For years, presidential candidates and politicians have bowed before […]

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    Manufacturers Tout GHG Cuts As White House Eyes Regulatory Roadmap

    A coalition of multinational manufacturing companies has unveiled commitments to curb greenhouse gases, a move that could aid White House efforts to develop a roadmap for the next round of greenhouse gas rules focused on the manufacturing sector, though sources familiar with the manufacturers’ initiative say the two processes are not aligned. During the Paris […]

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