With inflation at a 40-year-high, Americans are faced with sky-high gasoline prices and soaring home heating and cooling bills. Is this really the cost of remedying climate change?
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Texas is the energy capital of the world, and we're proud of that.
The United States is facing an unprecedented energy emergency.
Economic inflation, post-Covid global supply chain chaos, Russia's war in Ukraine, and the onslaught of Chinas effort to dominate markets have combined to bring on a global energy crisis.
Inflation hit 8.5% in March, the highest it's been since 1981, and it's hitting families where it hurts.
Win-win opportunities aren't easy to find in politics, but sometimes single solutions exist to help tackle several challenges.
America's energy revolution was a game changer that turned us into the world's pre-eminent energy power. Joe Biden is mounting a counter-revolution against it.
Since his inauguration, President Biden has been saying "no" to U.S. energy producers.
As a union with thousands of members working in the energy industry, the Boilermakers are acutely aware of the uncertain future of fossil fuels and nuclear power.
On March 28, 1979, a partial nuclear meltdown occurred in unit-2 of the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.
The Biden administration's energy policy, or lack thereof, is mind-boggling.
As we confront the challenge of how to reduce carbon emissions while continuing to provide reliable and affordable electricity, we must embrace practical solutions that ensure reliability and retain public support.
Fighter jets like the ones I flew in Syria as an Air Force pilot, electric vehicles (EVs), and wind turbines all have one thing in common--they need critical minerals to function.
Just a few weeks ago, the White House announced that the Biden administration would restart federal onshore lease sales for oil and gas production.
It is no secret Joe Biden declared a war on American energy on his first day in the Oval Office.
Energy security is national security. When Russia invaded Ukraine, it sent shockwaves through the world's oil supply.
Americans in every corner of the country are feeling the squeeze of rising gas prices.
I've had the privilege of visiting all 50 states, and I can confidently say America is unparalleled in its beauty, diversity, heritage, and bounty of natural resources.
America should be leading the world in clean energy and emissions reduction--not relying on energy from Russia, Iran, Venezuela, or China.
Our nation's economy, security, and public health depend on the reliable supply of electricity.
The Biden administration's anti-American energy agenda has led to gas prices hitting all-time highs across the nation.
I've heard it said that you can't get drunk on stupid, but I'm not so sure that's true. Democrats here in Washington seem to be having a grand old time.
The past 15 months have been a textbook example on how to tank American energy policy for years to come.
In Utah, gas prices are currently $4.48 per gallon, and nationally, they are up $1.23 from a year ago. For weeks, the average Utahn has been spending over $100 each time they fill up their gas tanks.