Conclusive evidence continues to suggest that renewable energy projects and so-called “green” jobs have not lived up to the economic potential that politicians have promised.
Louisiana is beset with some of the most economically damaging regulations that flow out of Washington D.C, according to industry representatives and public policy analysts. They cite anti-energy policies, union favoritism and ObamaCare mandates as the primary culprits.
If Markey and Holt succeed, coastal states would lose out on approximately $150 billion over the next 60 years.
The American natural gas boom will cause the U.S. to dethrone Russia as the world’s leading supplier of natural gas, and will continue to bring jobs to Louisiana, according to a new study.
A year after the drilling ban was ordered, we should ask ourselves some very important questions. What was the purpose of the moratorium and was it necessary?
With government spending in the crosshairs of politicians, it is unreasonable for the federal government to needlessly increase outlays for research which can, and is, financed privately.
Ten oil rigs have left the Gulf of Mexico since the Obama Administration imposed a moratorium on deepwater oil and gas drilling in May 2010 documentation from Sen. David Vitter’s (R-La.) office shows. Companies will not recommit themselves to the Gulf region until the “political uncertainty” recedes.
The study projects a loss of approximately $341 billion in economic output, 155,000 jobs, and $68 billion in wages- catastrophic numbers in any circumstances.
Cuts to entitlement programs could be the first steps to getting our fiscal house back into some sort of order.
The Department of Energy has awarded Louisiana State University $997,000 for a project to evaluate the feasibility of an advanced geothermal energy project.