The case for free markets has seldom been made as forcefully or as eloquently as it was this week by Larry Summers.
It turns out that methane emissions have been falling during the shale revolution, and not just by a little.
Above-the-fold on Page 1 of The New York Times is valuable media real estate, which makes two stories from the September 9 issue all that much more meaningful.
It’s worth hearing what Rep. Green (D-TX) has to say about the future of the Gulf Coast region thanks to investments like ExxonMobil’s.
Ten years ago, North America was considered a “mature region” for the petrochemical industry as most investment and opportunity shifted to the growing markets in Asia and the Middle East. What a difference a decade makes.
Local water needs and alternatives are always a key concern as we look to source water for our activities.