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CASE STUDY: Public Communication and Collaboration for Carbon Capture, Utilization and Storage Technology: Acceptance, Education, and Outreach

  Editor’s note: Dr. Brauer presented information on the Richland Community College / Illinois – Industry Carbon Capture and Storage project in the ACC’s May 15th Coal Q&A webcast. Dr Brauer’s presentation was titled “Carbon (Dioxide) Capture and Storage – Public … Continue reading

29. July 2015 by Jason Hayes
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EPA GHG regs a “fuel-switching mandate”

“EPA’s new source rule is a de-facto fuel-switching mandate. … As the new source rule is a de-facto fuel-switching mandate, so the existing source rule is a de-facto coal suppression and premature retirement mandate.” – GlobalWarming.org

13. June 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Rockefeller bill promotes carbon capture

A new post on the PACE, EnergyFairness blog discusses Sen. Jay Rockefeller’s new bill that will promote and expand enhanced oil recovery and carbon capture. Last week, Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-W.Va., introduced a bill that would expand enhanced oil recovery … Continue reading

15. May 2014 by Jason Hayes
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Affordable, reliable energy is essential to our well-being

A March 18th blog post from UKIP member of the European Parliament, Roger Helmer, takes a bite out of the wind industry’s claims that they have played a key role in lowering energy prices and increasing competition. Unfortunately, renewables do … Continue reading

26. March 2014 by Jason Hayes
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EPA Chief McCarthy says President & EPA not out to kill coal

EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy attempted this past Friday to reassure members of the coal industry and elected officials from North Dakota that the Obama administration is not out to destroy coal. In a 2/28/14 meeting, held in Beulah, ND, McCarthy … Continue reading

03. March 2014 by Jason Hayes
Categories: agenda, carbon, CCS, Climate Change, Energy, Environment, EPA, NSPS GHG, Policy, Power Generation, Regulation, USA | Tags: , , , , | Comments Off on EPA Chief McCarthy says President & EPA not out to kill coal

CURC’s Ben Yamagata discusses CCS deployment

Ben Yamagata from CURC describes some of the hurdles facing the wide-scale deployment of CCS in a recent EETV interview. He argues that the Obama administration’s new slate of regulations will actually slow and diminish opportunities to develop carbon capture … Continue reading

31. October 2013 by Jason Hayes
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ACC statement on EPA’s revised carbon regulation

Washington, D.C. – The American Coal Council (ACC) released the following statement regarding the release, earlier today, of the EPA’s carbon pollution standards for new power plants.

20. September 2013 by Jason Hayes
Categories: carbon, CCS, CCT, Climate Change, Emissions, Energy, Environment, EPA, Jobs, Marketplace Information, Policy, Regulation, USA | Tags: , , , | Comments Off on ACC statement on EPA’s revised carbon regulation

Tihart: Missing ‘green coal’ opportunities

Coalblog readers should check out Todd Tiahrt’s recent editorial on the Washington Times website. Tiarht, a former Kansas Congressman and n0w CEO of Neumann Systems Group, explains that if we are to encourage the developing world to use their coal … Continue reading

03. September 2013 by Jason Hayes
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On the college divestment movement

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

15. August 2013 by Jason Hayes
Categories: agenda, carbon, CCS, CCT, Climate Change, Emissions, Energy, Environment, EPA, Jobs, Marketplace Information | Tags: , , , , | Comments Off on On the college divestment movement

Sec. Moniz: Coal will play a major role in American energy

Huffington Post has statements from Sec. Moniz that provide an interesting counterpoint to my previous post. Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said Thursday that coal will continue to play a major role in meeting America’s energy needs even as the Obama … Continue reading

01. July 2013 by Jason Hayes
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