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Members of the Republican congressional caucus have offered a slate of bills that would expand subsidies for and research into carbon-capture and sequestration.
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Senior Fellow and Managing Editor, Environment & Climate News
The Heartland Institute

Member since 2017

Senior Fellow and Managing Editor, Environment & Climate News, The Heartland Institute

The World Is Running Out of Oil. Here's How to Be Prepared

The oil industry not only has an incredibly large environmental impact, but it also has a limited supply, one of which some estimate we'll run out of in the next 50 years if we continue at current usage.
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Conservation Folks

Member since 2018

Journalist, Conservation Folks

Everyone's First Rodeo: Electric Utilities and COVID-19

COVID-19 is the first global pandemic of the Age of Electrification. If that doesn’t give you pause, it should.
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Assistant General Manager - Power Supply
Burbank Water and Power

Member since 2014

Assistant General Manager - Power Supply, Burbank Water and Power

Deregulated energy user: act NOW!

It is high time to be proactive with respect to the surplus energy (contracted volume - physically consumed volume) to reduce financial associated losses.
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Consultant energy affairs, Self employed

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