The Natural Gas “Crisis”

Where to start … those of us who pay attention to energy have seen dwindling natural gas supplies over the past year, but now they seem all the more pressing, so the politicians are getting all in a tizzy and wanting analyses of what, quite simply, is another example of the interaction of regulatory policy, … More The Natural Gas “Crisis”More The Natural Gas “Crisis”

More On Ethanol, California, And Petroleum Dependence

My Reason colleague Joel Schwartz is on a roll with some very timely issues that bridge energy and the environment. His commentary on the ethanol mandates in the Senate and House energy bill proposals are completely on point: Lost in all these political machinations is the decisive scientific evidence that ethanol doesn’t perform as advertised. … More More On Ethanol, California, And Petroleum DependenceMore More On Ethanol, California, And Petroleum Dependence