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I am getting regular requests from media and reporters who want me to discuss the issue of the college divestment movement. To help provide some answers for those who are honestly seeking them, here is a response that I put … Continue reading
This video shows an excerpt from President Obama’s town hall speech in Johannesburg, SA on Saturday. In this speech the President claimed that if Africans attempted to raise their living standards, “the planet will boil over.” “Ultimately, if you think … Continue reading
The DOE has approved a field test for a new CO2 capture membrane. The new technology has successfully captured 90% of CO2 from flue gas in studies, so has been approved to advance to larger scale field studies. In an … Continue reading
Students and professors at the University of Kentucky discuss the importance of coal for jobs and for America’s energy future.
I’ve invited Lance Brown, executive director of PACE to publish his regular coal-related articles to the Coalblog. His first piece recounts his recent trip to the Prairie State Energy Campus. Thanks to Lance for all his work on bringing affordable, … Continue reading
The first Coal Leadership Advancement Seminar Series (CLASS) program was a success!! Thank you to everyone who joined us on June 26-28 at the The Magnolia Hotel in Downtown Denver Colorado. CLASS attendees enjoyed a diverse slate of presentations from … Continue reading
This article by the Australian describes the rush to use coal across the planet as renewables fail to fill gaps and European natural gas prices remain stubbornly high. Despite high hopes for renewables, the figures show the world to be … Continue reading
A new Politico.com article may have inadvertently let a post-election cat out of the bag. “Uttered in 2008, still haunting Obama in 2012” looks at the political fallout suffered by the Obama campaign when then-candidate Obama gave an unguarded comment … Continue reading
Robert Bryce, who was the keynote speaker at the ACC 2010 Coal Market Strategies Conference in Tucson, AZ, has a new NationalReview.com article describing the recent EPA GHG rule proposal. Bryce argues that the proposed rule is a wasteful and … Continue reading