EIA: Petroleum and Natural Gas Will be the Most-Used Fuels in the United States Through 2050

EIA’s Annual Energy Outlook 2022 reference case (which assumes current laws and regulations) projects that U.S. energy consumption will grow through 2050. According to the reference case, petroleum will retain the largest share of energy consumption throughout that period, followed by natural gas. Renewable energy is projected as the fastest-growing energy source through 2050. EIA […]

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Propagandists Run With Flawed Stove Study

Based on a study of a paltry 53 homes in California, researchers with Oakland-based Physicians, Scientists and Engineers for Healthy Energy (PSEHE) and Stanford University estimated that stoves emit between 0.8 and 1.3 percent of the natural gas they consume as unburned methane with three-quarters of these emissions occurring when the devices are shut off, suggesting leaky fittings and connections with gas […]

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The Unregulated Podcast #46 Part 2: Tom and Mike Discuss Election Issues and The Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill

On this episode of The Unregulated Podcast, Tom Pyle and Mike McKenna continue their discussions on election issues and the bipartisan bill on “infrastructure” issues. Links: Biden: Our multi trillion dollar spending bills “will reduce inflation, reduce inflation, reduce inflation” As Herschel Walker eyes Senate run, a turbulent past emerges Democrats lose ground on school […]

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In the Pipeline: 5/24/13

Did Tesla pay back their loan, or did other people. Wanna guess? WSJ(5/23/13) reports: “Tesla’s biggest windfall has been the cash payments it extracts from rival car makers (and their customers), via its sale of zero-emission credits. A number of states including California require that traditional car makers reach certain production quotas of zero-emission vehicles—or to […]

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