The Energy Spectator
Its name is cellulosic ethanol -- it's nonexistent but oil companies are still being fined by the EPA for not buying into it.
A thousand jobs, shoveled right out the door.
He apparently has spent too much time in the sun.
The well-funded effort to poison natural gas.
The energy deficit needs to be fixed, and it will take some common sense to do it.
For starters, we don't use 25 percent of world oil production while holding only 2 percent of world reserves.
The president has talked up natural gas -- yet he remains silent about the bipartisan NAT GAS Act.
The New York Times and the anti-nuclear movement.
Small reactors may save us yet.
The first academic Swift's Gulliver met at the Academy was working on a new source of energy.