Posts Tagged ‘energy sector’

Jul
2014
3

BOOM: Job Growth Predicted in Non-Shale States as a Result of Their Shale-Producing Neighbors

BOOM: Job Growth Predicted in Non-Shale States as a Result of Their Shale-Producing Neighbors
  Testimony from the Energy Equipment & Infrastructure Alliance (EEIA) suggests that as many as 300,000 new jobs will be created by 2025 as the shale energy supply sector continues to grow. Since the boom in shale energy began less than a decade ago, more than 450,000 jobs have been created in the supply sector [&hellip...;
Nov
2013
18

Scientists Who Believe in Climate Change Pen Pro-Nuclear Power Letter to Environmentalists

Scientists Who Believe in Climate Change Pen Pro-Nuclear Power Letter to Environmentalists
  A recent letter from four top U.S. scientists to environmental groups argued that renewable energy will not be sufficient to meet future needs. It suggests an emphasis on safe nuclear power is necessary.   The letter was signed by James Hansen, a former top NASA scientist; Ken Caldeira of the Carnegie Institution; Kerry Emanuel [&hellip...;
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Nov
2013
15

Independence Day: U.S. Oil Production Tops Net Imports for First Time In 18 Years

Independence Day: U.S. Oil Production Tops Net Imports for First Time In 18 Years
  In October, the United States produced more oil than it imported, a major victory for the domestic energy sector.  It is the first time that production topped imports since 1995.  The United States is now producing 7.7 million barrels of crude oil per day.   The Obama Administration was quick to point to its [&hellip...;