President Trump is bringing America back again, accepts Republican nomination as 2.9 million leave unemployment in a month

By Robert Romano President Donald Trump has once again accepted the Republican nomination for President with the promise to fully reopen America as 2.9 million Americans have left continued unemployment claims in the past month, according to the latest data from the Department of Labor. As of […]


In the flash of an eye, the world’s oil supply was cut by 5 percent. The world needs more oil, but Green New Deal Dems say no.

By Robert Romano In the flash of an eye, the world’s oil supply was reduced by 5 percent after the Sept. 14 attacks on Saudi Arabian oil facilities including the Abqaiq oil processing facility, which sent oil prices soaring in trading on Sept. 16 and then a subsequent pullback today upon Saudi announcements that production will […]


U.S. refining capacity hits another all-time high, set to grow big-time in 2019 and beyond with IMO 2020

By Robert Romano U.S. oil refiners had another huge year in 2018, averaging 17.3 million barrels per day in refinery runs while its capacity expanded to almost 18.6 million barrels per day, according to data compiled by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). As the U.S. became the number one […]


The U.S. is poised to lead the world in oil and gas production

By Natalia Castro President Donald Trump is giving the United States the energy it needs to make its mark on the world stage, literally. With the rollback of burdensome regulations, U.S. oil production has boomed, making the U.S. a competitive leader in the energy market […]


From fracking to flatulence: the all-out assault on methane

By Marita Noon What is the “biggest unfinished business for the Obama administration?” According to a report from Bill McKibben, the outspoken climate alarmist who calls for all fossil fuels to be kept in the ground, it is “to establish tight rules on methane emissions”—emissions that […]


Have oil producers finally capitulated?

By Robert Romano With oil down to about $33 a barrel and oil producers losing money left and right, the question has shifted to when, not if, oil exporters like Saudi Arabia, Russia and others will begin slowing down production. Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak said Saudi Arabia had proposed a 5 percent cut to global production : “[T]hese parameters were proposed, to cut […]


Crude oil exports present opportunity even with cheap oil

By Marita Noon Environmentalists like a good crisis. Spreading fear is a proven fundraising technique — with manmade climate change as the fear du jour. But, back in 2005, the “looming crisis,” according to the Kansas Sierra Club, was the end of cheap oil. The […]


Bottom falls out on oil, commodities, stocks

By Robert Romano West Texas intermediate oil is crashing through its $30 a barrel support level in search of a new bottom, amid the ongoing correction in China, weak demand globally and no signs of production slowing down. While that is generally good news for consumers of products like gasoline, the […]


Regulating America out of the oil shale fracking business

By Dustin Howard Prior to his reelection, President Barack Obama said that the U.S. is the “Saudi Arabia of natural gas.” Like so many things, the President has no problem publically taking credit for what his Administration privately disrupts. Earlier this year, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) issued controversial rules on hydraulic […]


Big Green’s immorality

By Rick Manning Is it moral to cause people to starve in Africa, because you prefer to burn corn for fuel here in America? Is it moral to have as a goal to create regulations that drive energy and electricity costs up with the poor being disproportionately […]

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