Oil Spill Ignites Another Transport Debate

Oil Spill Ignites Another Transport Debate

The newest oil disaster is opening up new debate over the transport of US crude. The Houston Ship Channel, the nation’s busiest seaport, is facing a massive clean up after the Kirby Inland Marine oil barge, which was carrying over a hundred thousand gallons of raw crude, slammed into another vessel transporting thousands of pounds of […]

‘Fracking’ Mistakes Lead to ‘Fracking’ Confusion

‘Fracking’ Mistakes Lead to ‘Fracking’ Confusion

Since 2005, when the shale gas revolution began, there has been a back-and-forth battle on whether or not people should be hydraulic fracturing (or ‘fracking’) for shale gas underneath U.S. soil. The debate over where, how, and how much shale the nation should start producing in our attempt to become one of the world’s leading […]

Why the Keystone XL Pipeline is Unnecessary and Dangerous

Why the Keystone XL Pipeline is Unnecessary and Dangerous

The situation in Washington continues to worsen.  We lack leadership in every legislative area.  Our President will not fight for what is necessary, and the Senate and House accomplish less than any Congress in history.  Today, the Republican led House is attempting to again change the rules and enrich the off-shore bank accounts of the […]