US President Barack Obama recently unveiled his climate change strategy which is heavily reliant on natural gas for success in reducing carbon emissions and greenhouse gases.
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Uranium miners in the United States are grappling with environmental safety concerns.
A European firm focused on renewable energy is asking serious questions about the manner in which we derive our energy. With the opening of a pilot plant aimed at producing microbial oil from waste, is the time right to shift toward “greener” energy sources?
China is demanding more clean energy. Clean coal offers one solution to its energy and environmental priorities, but it is questionable how soon these facilities will become common place. Recent agreements for clean coal facilities suggest they are making real strides, but is clean coal really a priority?
Decision on fracking in the Delaware River Basin is postponed one week after the Obama administration defers on the Keystone XL pipeline.
The comparatively high population density of Europe could mean that shale production will run into local opposition because of the way drilling might disrupt communities, and the way that prohibitions could target the pollution associated with drilling processes.
Moving away from more traditional supply and demand side fundamentals, gas prices and the costs of production may increasingly be leveraged by oversight, share holder accountability, and seasonal meteorology.