Posts tagged with 'Oil'

Power Hour: CIP vs. Sierra Club at Stanford University

On this episode of Power Hour, Alex Epstein goes to Stanford University to debate Bruce Nilles, Senior Campaign Director for the Sierra Club’s “Beyond Coal” campaign. The subject of the debate is: “Should the government restrict fossil fuels?” Download Episode 48 – CIP vs. Sierra Club at Stanford University Subscribe to Power Hour on iTunes

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Power Hour: Energy Panel at Duke University

On this episode of Power Hour, Alex Epstein and CIP’s nuclear expert, Thomas Eiden, visit Duke University to participate on an energy panel. Alex and Thomas discuss oil, nuclear, and the future of energy. Download Episode 47 – Energy Panel at Duke University Subscribe to Power Hour on iTunes

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Keystone: “You Can’t Build That”?

What if I told you that a transportation company had plans to expand into region where the majority of commuters were stranded? The project was entirely privately funded, the materials purchased, many of the contracts signed, and that the route plan and design was the most studied in history. Sound like a straightforward business decision? […]

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Keystone XL Video Series

Check out this special pre-rally video series covering the Keystone XL controversy. You can help us make a stand and educate fellow Americans on this vital issue right now. Learn how you can join and support the Light Brigade at the rally here.

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A Moral Manifesto for the Energy Industry

In my latest MasterResource article, “A Moral Defense of the Oil Industry,” I outline the principles that every freedom-loving energy companies needs to know to defend themselves effectively. The moral case against oil can be refuted and replaced by two concepts that marry energy knowledge and moral philosophy: Progressive energy: The ideal source of energy […]

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The source of energy and jobs

As the stream of oil flows so does American prosperity. 

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US Oil Production is at 15-Year Highs, But Who Built That?

As President Obama has made a point of this election season, during his term US oil production has increased from what was considered a terminal decline just a few short years ago. (See my  previous article on the subject.) At the second presidential debate Mr. Obama stated: “We have increased oil production to the highest […]

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U.S. Energy Companies: Forced to Show Their Cards

The United States is one of the rarest countries in the world where not only do private individuals own and profit from mineral rights, but the companies that produce and extract these minerals are privately owned and publicly traded. Throughout most of the world, the minerals beneath the earth’s surface are the property of the […]

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North Dakota’s Economic Stimulus

In North Dakota, a state with a 3% unemployment rate, the labor shortage is so great that businesses are now employing international students who have obtained four-month work visas. While many states with two or three times North Dakota’s unemployment rates are eagerly looking for government bail-outs and government-funded “stimulus” packages, North Dakota has embraced […]

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