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The Not-So-Dormant Commerce Clause and Coal-Based Electricity

By Paul M. Seby & Matthew B. Miller There is no doubt that coal-based electricity is currently faced with enormous challenges—both at the national level, with the flurry of federal regulations aimed at the coal industry, and at the state … Continue reading

12. December 2016 by Terry Headley
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Coal may surpass natural gas as most common electricity generation fuel this winter

Source: U.S. Energy Information Administration, Short-Term Energy Outlook, November 2016 After declining for several months, the share of U.S. electricity fueled by coal is expected to slowly begin growing when compared to the same period last year. In contrast, the … Continue reading

29. November 2016 by Terry Headley
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Tax oil to subsidize wind?

This article, originally published Feb 13, 2016, is printed here with permission of the author. Obama wants to punish oil industry to advance climate agenda. So do Hillary, Bernie and Mike by: Paul Driessen If you want more of something, … Continue reading

25. February 2016 by Jason Hayes
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Fossil Fuel Producers Must Begin to Work Together

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published in Issue 2, 2015 of American Coal Magazine (pg. 30-32) ——————- In February 2011, I spoke at the Fifth Annual Energy Forum and Expo in Grand Junction, CO. As I ran through my presentation, I listed … Continue reading

21. November 2015 by Jason Hayes
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Henry Hub: Gas prices spike to $8

The February 20th edition of the EIA Henry Hub spot price graph debunks the notion of imminently stable gas prices that ANGA CEO, Marty Durbin put forward in a blog post and video last week. The impact of the extreme cold … Continue reading

20. February 2014 by Jason Hayes
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A new wave of regulations and policies targets the industry

A new article by Clean Air Markets President, Gary Hart describes what the coal industry can expect during the second term of President Obama. Gary discusses SO2/NOx, MATS, CO2, coal ash, cooling water intake structures, the DC Court of Appeals, … Continue reading

10. April 2013 by Jason Hayes
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“Real” Energy

This RealClearMarkets article suggests President Obama should drop green energy for “real energy.” The article is focused on natural gas, instead of coal, but it still makes some excellent points. The bottom line: households have far higher electricity bills using … Continue reading

15. February 2013 by Jason Hayes
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Greens offering a “None of the Above” energy policy

IBD recently published an article looking at an issue I have been discussing for many years now. The Green Industry across the planet makes a big show about supporting “green” energy over fossil and nuclear options. However, when it comes … Continue reading

31. August 2012 by Jason Hayes
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ACC quoted in AP story on CO2 emissions

Jason Hayes, ACC Communications Director was quoted today in an AP story discussing the changing American energy diet and CO2 emissions. Jason Hayes, a spokesman for the American Coal Council, based in Washington, predicted cheap gas won’t last. “Coal is … Continue reading

16. August 2012 by Jason Hayes
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King Coal Still Reigns

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

04. May 2012 by Jason Hayes
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