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By Ian DeValliere

This Independence Day, consumers around the country have more of their paychecks available for summer fun thanks to America’s energy revolution.

Christopher Guith

As the energy leaders from across the globe converge on Washington, DC this week for the World Gas Conference, it is fitting that we recognize the extraordinary growth of the liquefied natural gas (LNG) industry in the United States over the past year. Just this

Stephen Eule

The Global Energy Institute just released its 2018 edition of the International Index of Energy Security Risk, and it shows the United States with the second best energy security of the world’s largest energy consuming countries.

Matt Letourneau

The U.S. Department of Energy is poised to pursue major developments in energy innovation that can “make a difference in the world” due in part to a funding increase in its science programs, said Paul Dabbar, the department’s Under Secretary for Science today.

Many Americans have likely noticed a spike in gas prices just as we enter the summer driving season, which is fairly typical due to the changeover from winter to summer crude oil.

Matthew Koch

In a troubling backtrack, the Virginia Water Control Board (VWCB) recently decided to re-examine the state’s previous approval of national permits that allowed the Atlantic Coast Pipeline Project to move forward. 

Heath Knakmuhs

As we discussed earlier this month, Energy Innovates is the Global Energy Institute’s n

Heath Knakmuhs

While Silicon Valley is synonymous with “innovation” in our increasingly digital economy, today’s energy industry has been busy researching, developing, and building tomorrow’s future.  These advanced technologies are being implemented in cities, towns, and neighborhoods all across the country.  

Stephen Eule

As my colleague Dan Byers recently wrote, although you wouldn’t know it from the dialogue in this country, Americans are enjoy some of the cleanest air in the world, with improvements in numerous cities eve

Dan Byers

Have you heard the good news about the excellent state of U.S. air quality? Chances are, you haven’t. In fact, it is much more likely that you’ve heard the opposite—glum stories of smoggy skies and unhealthy air constantly under threat from industrial pollution and SUVs.

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