The Weekly Word: National Parks partnership with oil and gas, plus Bakken feedstock In this week’s installment of The Weekly Word, Professor Heins checks in from Baltimore, MD, where the 129th Annual Meeting and Education Conference for the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners. Heins gives an update on the theme of the conference and [...]
Weekly Word: Heins talks Lancet Report; October 29, 2017 After reading the recently published Lancet Report for the first time, I am struck by a few thoughts: The narrative of the study could have been written by any number of environmental groups; the actual statistics tell a different story; and, finally the real story which [...]
The Weekly Word; October 19, 2017 Professor Stephen Heins shares his thoughts on the Clean Power Plan and how the courts are playing into the regulation. Heins believes the Clean Power Plan will be deemed unconstitutional. Heins also shares his thoughts on the “real reason” the EPA was able to enact the Clean Power Plan. [...]
The Weekly Word; October 2, 2017 Heins opines about the new FERC commissioner and why he will be good for oil and gas.
The Weekly Word; September 25, 2017 Heins opines on how some communities are embracing fracking while others dealing with politics.
The Crude Life Media Network Special Interview with Stephen Heins on Hurricane Harvey’s Impact Heins discusses some of the big picture impacts Hurricane Harvey in regards to the oil and gas industry. He also opines about the group who is trying to link Hurricane Harvey to energy extraction in the United States. He also [...]
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