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Heartland’s Jay Lehr predicts Obama will ultimately reject the Keystone XL pipeline. But that will not slow development of Canada’s tar sands, a supposed goal of the environmental activists.
TweetI had the pleasure of appearing on the Butler on Business radio show yesterday to chat with Alan Butler and Jason Riddle about the EPA and the effect that particular[…]
TweetToday The New York Times produced a special section on energy that acknowledged many of the facts that we at Heartland often repeat to deaf ears about job creation within[…]
TweetWith Chesapeake Energy’s announcement last month that exploratory shale gas wells in Northeast Ohio have shown promising returns, cities and municipalities in the region are beginning to prepare for the[…]
TweetNew York magazine’s blog reports today that Timespeople are defending the reporting of Ian Urbina’s story of June 27th: “Behind the Veneer: Doubts about Natural Gas.” The Times doesn’t want[…]