We are not anti-pipeline activists, and wanted to deal fairly with Sunoco; they chose not to. We feel like we were targeted because they knew we had too much to lose. This is a "Whole Different Ballgame."
SJB_Lab-KMC15032707420Large Transmission Pipeline Intrusion: Its Coming to a Backyard Near You in Pennsylvania! I would like to elaborate a bit on the situation since myth and misconception abound concerning pipelines right now. I have been forced to do my share of research and have had to deal with first hand experience from Sunoco Logistics quickly […]
To the Editor: Re: Ending the folly of corn-based ethanol that recently appeared in the Tampa Bay Times, I think there is a need for some education about the benefits of ethanol. I find a great deal of misinformation about what ethanol does and does not do. The first thing: It does no harm to gasoline-fueled motors. […]
Did every discovery come the first time tried? Were there failures? Would he have all experimentation and innovation halted due to early problems?
Fukushima’s Reactor No 4 building was shattered by a hydrogen explosion and teeters on the brink of collapse. It contains 1,535 spent fuel rod assemblies, cooled by a pool of water several stories off the ground.
Wind energy tax credits support American jobs and local businesses. By extending these credits and harnessing Missouri’s wind power, we can ensure the health, wellbeing, and prosperity of our families and neighbors.
The answer is natural gas, our future and salvation. With a presidential mandate we could become energy independent through the use of gas in less than a decade.
The Keystone XL Pipeline is not a Republican or Democrat issue.
Believe it or not, Gingrich was right on gas prices.
To the Editor: Among the few countries that have a substantial influence over the prices of crude oil and natural gas, Iran is probably the most feared by the international community due to its strategic, geographic and geopolitical position in the Middle East and Central Asia. Regularly coming into economic conflict with the United States […]
To the Editor: Highly paid government bureaucrats will be descending in masses on Copenhagen in December of 2009. They all have instructions to defend the status quo and make sure that the world will follow the outdated and ineffective recommendations and provisions of the ill conceived Kyoto Protocol.Only a few, if any, officials have any […]