The Unregulated Podcast #57: Political Malpractice

On this episode of The Unregulated Podcast Tom Pyle and Mike McKenna discuss what happened with Biden’s “infrastructure” bill and the fallout from COP26. Links: While COP26 enters into its 2nd week, China announced overnight that daily coal production has reached a **multi-year high** of 11.93 million tonnes per day in JUST 90 DAYS, between […]

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Don’t Collude In Raising Energy Prices

After many months of discussion, votes are expected in the next few weeks on some sort of infrastructure package as well as the first votes on the Democratic Party’s go-it-alone additional spending bill (beyond the regular budget), which they want to pass through reconciliation.  While the administration’s preposterous attempt to define every progressive spending priority […]

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Election 2020: Where Things Stand for Energy

As of Thursday, presidential election results are still being tabulated.  Former vice president Biden has a slight edge, but final results will depend on tallies in Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Georgia.  Elsewhere, however, there is a clear picture coming from the 2020 election: the blue progressive wave meant to sweep to power and remake energy markets […]

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American Energy Alliance 2020 Senate Scorecard

This week the American Energy Alliance released its American Energy Scorecard for the United States Senate.  The AEA scorecard scores voting and co-sponsorship decisions on legislation affecting energy and environmental policy, educating voters on how their representatives’ vote and holding members accountable for those decisions.  This year’s Senate scorecard compiles 23 votes and 1 co-sponsorship […]

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Congress Fails the American People with Spending Bill

WASHINGTON – American Energy Alliance President Thomas Pyle issued the following statement on the omnibus spending bill: “This lopsided deal is an enormous giveaway to big business and special interests. Eliminating the ban on oil exports is an important policy that will benefit the economy in the long run, but Republican leadership paid too high […]

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