Today’s Wall Street Journal has a little Q&A with Greg Boyce, CEO of Peabody Energy, the nation’s largest (by output) coal company. Here’s a portion of the interview:
WSJ: Can you improve the image of coal?
Mr. Boyce: Explain …
EPA Rule: All Pain, No Gain
In President Obama’s Year of Action, the EPA levied another unilateral tax on America’s struggling economy Monday with expensive new sulfur standards. The new mandates will cost the energy industry an estimated $10 billion, impact small refineries most, and goose gas …
Romney’s New TV Ads Aim to Win Over Coal Country
This morning, the Romney campaign is airing two new television ads hitting the Obama administration on regulations that have hurt — some say crippled — the coal industry. Expect to see them on the airwaves in Ohio and Virginia.
The EPA Plays a Kardashian Game While Toxic Smoke Burns in Afghanistan
The Environmental Protection Agency, hard at work, as ever: “Just last night, government officials at the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Water sent out a tweet confirming they’ve achieved C-list status in the game.”
Let’s face it, “C-list celebrity” is …
Does McAuliffe Even Understand the EPA’s New Rules for Coal Plants?
Terry McAuliffe said Tuesday that he supports new Environmental Protection Agency rules on carbon emissions, taking a clear stance for the first time on an issue that has become a key flashpoint in the Virginia governor’s race.
Lack of Energy Policy Kills Two Plant Proposals
Jobs saved, or created, or canceled.
News out of Wyoming:
Work on the High Plains Gasification-Advanced Technology Center, a much-anticipated $100 million research facility planned for Cheyenne, will be halted for at least a year and a half, University of Wyoming …