Michael Giberson With crude oil prices reaching near the $90/bbl level, James Hamilton inquires as to whether is it time to become concerned about the possible macroeconomic effects of higher oil prices.
Michael Giberson Speed blogging = copying a Zetland trope so I can clear these items off my “to blog” list: Robert Rapier on the Renewable Fuels Association‘s wild efforts to hold onto all possible subsidy and policy advantages that it can grab. Elsewhere, the Wall Street Journal reports the emergence of a left-right coalition in … More Speed Blogging
Michael Giberson U.S. House Republicans sent a short note over to the U.S. Department of the Interior, inquiring as to Interior’s plans for regulatory or policy changes with respect to hydraulic fracturing on public lands. My favorites from among the questions asked: What scientific information or data does DOI intend to rely upon to form … More What Scientific Information or Data Does the Department of Interior Intend to Rely Upon in Fracking Policy Actions?