The headlines from Europe are shocking: Modern economies facing the potential of government-imposed rationing of electricity, perhaps even rolling blackouts. Businesses forced to close as electricity costs soar by as much as 75 percent. The looming prospect of families unable to heat their homes during the coldest days of the coming winter. The cause of the
Progressive Democrats are demanding a ban on all U.S. oil exports, claiming it would drive down the price of gas at the pump. Nationalist Republicans are attacking the Biden administration for selling oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve on the open market, allowing millions of barrels to be bought by China. But new research shows allowing U.S.
The U.S. energy picture is changing before our eyes with concerns domestically and abroad that require us to re-examine our approach to energy use as a nation. And one-word comes to mind when we think about the climate and global security threats we are facing right now: urgency. Even before Russia’s attack on Ukraine, America’s