Energy Related Articles2017-04-05T21:21:32+00:00


September 9th, 2018|

Thought Piece I am proud to introduce this new presentation by friend Paul Driessen. It may the very best educational and historical discussion of the last 200 years of global history, at least known to [...]

Michael Bloomberg Is Buying Power from Politically Corrupt Attorneys General

September 2nd, 2018|

Thought Piece This Weekly Word with Jason Spiess, the professor, and Tom Shepstone (www.twmheins.com in Weekly Word Column), recorded on January 30, 2018. Stephen Heins and Jason Spiess hosts Tom Shepstone from Pennsylvania, who is [...]

Fake Study Recommends Quarter-Mile Setbacks for PA Shale Drilling

August 28th, 2018|

Thought Piece It’s official. A Pennsylvania environmental group is copying an initiative spawned in Boulder, CO, using a discredited study to advance their cause. Environmentalism has become a secular religion, with no regard for facts [...]

Activists in Ohio’s New Oil and Gas Play Get a Lesson in Shale Economics

August 24th, 2018|

Thought Piece Whenever the "alarmist media" run stories, Op-Eds on climate changes, and Letters to the Editor, they exaggerate the headline and narrative. They rarely if ever include a counter-argument, almost never know any Information [...]

The Great Rural-Urban Divide Is at the Heart of the Energy Debate

August 20th, 2018|

The Great Rural-Urban Divide Is at the Heart of the Energy Debate Stephen Heins Energy Consultant Census data reveals a fundamental fact about our great rural-urban divide on energy. Rural folks are the makers. Urban [...]

California Solar Mandate Will Cost More Than Anyone Was Told

August 15th, 2018|

California Solar Mandate Will Cost More Than Anyone Was Told Posted on August 15, 2018 by Natural Gas Now Guest Blogger Stephen Heins Energy Consultant Stephen Heins reveals the insanity of a California solar mandate, which will deepen [...]

The Phony Numbers Behind California’s Solar Mandate

August 13th, 2018|

Thought Piece California’s new solar mandate will cost much more than anyone was told, writes Steven Sexton. Essentially, the public sector, including well-funded politically active environmental groups, have decided that renewable energy, electric cars, and [...]

Infographic: Thanks to New York’s Fracking Ban, “Twin Tiers” Now Look More Like Distant Cousins

August 6th, 2018|

Thought Piece The following side by side comparisons between New York’s Southern Tier and Pennsylvania Northern Tier demonstrates that unconventional oil/hydraulic fracturing has become the center of a budding US economic renaissance, because it has [...]

U.S. utilities balk at expanded carbon-capture subsidy

August 2nd, 2018|

Thought Piece I would argue that some of the current solutions (like coal capture and storage, utility-grade battery storage, electric cars and long-distance batteries, etc.) to emission reductions and global economic development are too costly [...]

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