What If … Energy Production Was Banned on Federal Lands & Waters? | U.S. Chamber of Commerce

America’s economy would lose nearly 400,000 jobs and $70 billion in annual GDP.

Source: What If … Energy Production Was Banned on Federal Lands & Waters? | U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Parliamentary group warns that global fossil fuels could peak in less than 10 years — INSURGE intelligence — Medium

British MPs launch landmark report on impending environmental ‘limits’ to economic growth

Source: Parliamentary group warns that global fossil fuels could peak in less than 10 years — INSURGE intelligence — Medium

Marcellus Watch: Crestwood’s blood in the water – News – The Leader – Corning, NY

The deteriorating financial condition of Crestwood Equity Partners should disqualify the Houston-based company from receiving a state permit to store liquid petroleum gas in unlined salt caverns next to Seneca Lake.

Source: Marcellus Watch: Crestwood’s blood in the water – News – The Leader – Corning, NY

Opinion: How fracking changes everything. — Environmental Health News

Opinion: How fracking changes everything. — Environmental Health News.

Energy: Seize the day | The Economist

Energy: Seize the day | The Economist.

At least one major oil company will turn its back on fossil fuels, says scientist | Business | The Guardian

At least one major oil company will turn its back on fossil fuels, says scientist | Business | The Guardian.

Wealth Creation and the New Energy Economy | EnergyPolicyForum

Wealth Creation and the New Energy Economy | EnergyPolicyForum.

Exclusive: Oil price crash claims first U.S. LNG project casualty – Yahoo Finance

Exclusive: Oil price crash claims first U.S. LNG project casualty – Yahoo Finance.

Natural gas: The fracking fallacy : Nature News & Comment

Natural gas: The fracking fallacy : Nature News & Comment.

The United States is banking on decades of abundant natural gas to power its economic resurgence. That may be wishful thinking.

Fracking Companies Become Victims of Their Own Success – WSJ – WSJ

Fracking Companies Become Victims of Their Own Success – WSJ – WSJ.