RealClearEnergy AM Update

Tuesday, November 25
Why Blocking Oil Pipelines Is Dangerous - Robert Rapier, Wall St. Journal
The Truth About The Keystone XL Pipeline - Mike Patton, Forbes
Energy and the New Congress: Beyond Keystone - Geoffrey Styles, EO
Follow The Sand To The Real Fracking Boom - James Stafford, OilPrice
Can the U.S. Government Revive Nuclear Power? - Amy Harder, WSJ
Why The Saudis Actually Like It When The Price Of Oil Plummets - BI
Where Oil and Politics Mix - Deborah Sontag, New York Times
Vienna: One Good Stalemate (Iran) Leads To Another (OPEC) - Forbes
OPEC Needs to 'Wake Up' to Shale Revolution - Holly Ellyatt, CNBC
Let the Offshore Wind Bidding Begin! - Ryan Holeywell, Fuel Fix
Wind Energy Faces Turbulent Future in Desert - Sammy Roth, Desert Sun
Solar and Wind Start to Win on Price vs. Conventional Fuels - NY Times
Google Scientists Admit Renewable Energy Can't Work - Editorial, IBD
What's the Fate of State Clean-Energy Laws? - Clare Foran, Nat'l Journal
Jim Webb Sucks on Climate Change - Ben Adler, Grist
This Company Could Revolutionize Energy Utilities - N. Cunningham, OP
Today's Takeaway: RealClearEnergy's The Daily Bulletin
Monday, November 24
It's a Whole New Oil World for the U.S. - Bordoff & Slocum, WSJ
Good News All Around For Energy - Ralph Cavanagh, New York Times
Where Is E-Policy Headed Over the Next 2 Years? - Amy Harder, WSJ
The Koch Brothers' Next Frontier - Clare Foran, National Journal
Gas Boom Is Drowning Out Coal's Battle Cries - Ken Silverstein, Forbes
The EPA Fuel Standard Fight, Explained - Brad Plumer, VOX
What Big Wind Doesn't Want You To Know - W.R. Mead, A.I. Blog
How Energy Secure Are The EU and UK? - Euan Mearns,
Keystone 'Trade' Talk Still Empty Nonsense - David Roberts, Grist
Fossil-Fueled Republicanism - Michael Klare, TomDispatch
The Downside of the Boom - Deborah Sontag & Robert Gebeloff, NYT
All Eyes on oil: What Will OPEC Do This Week? - Jesse Solomon, CNN
Coal's Best Days Are Long Gone - Travis Hoium, Motley Fool
Climate 'Deal' w/China More Like 'Surrender' - Rex Murphy, Nat'l Post
Wal-Mart's Coal-Fired Greenwashing - Lindsay Abrams, Salon
Today's Takeaway: RealClearEnergy's Daily Bulletin
Saturday, November 22
Five Numbers Reveal Our Energy Future - Mark Mills, USA Today
The Oil Boom Returns to the Gulf of Mexico - Daniel Gilbert, WSJ
>80% of Bakken Oil Has Break-Even of <$42 per Barrel -
Is the U.S. Shale Boom About to Go Bust? - John Kimelman, USA Today
What Big Wind Doesn't Want You To Know - Jamie Horgan, The AI
Why Forecast for Coal & Coal Stocks Is So Overcast -
Nuclear Deal 'At Risk of Collapse' Due to Areva Crisis - BBC News
China Needs 1,000 Nuke Reactors to Fulfill Climate Pledge - Bloomberg
Russia Gives China a Big Energy Bear Hug - Gal Luft, The American Interest
Why an Iran Deal Is Like a $400-Billion Tax Cut - The National Interest
Our Moonshot: NRG's Path to a Clean Energy Future - Triple Pundit
3 Things That Could Kill Renewables in 2015 - GreenTech Media
Clean Energy and Jobs Go Hand-in-Hand in San Antonio - Forbes
It's Not Easy Being a Green Czar in LA - Henry Grabar, CityLab
Solar Ran a $40 Billion Surplus In 2013: Here's What It Means - Forbes
Friday, November 21
State Budgets Are Reeling from Low Oil Prices - Nick Cunningham, OP
This Is the Energy Chart of the Year - Myles Upland, Business Insider
Oil at $75 Means 19 Shale Fields Should Go Dark - Isaac Arnsdorf, BB
Lower Oil Prices Are A Win-Win For America - Stephen Moore, IBD
Why Google ACTUALLY Halted Its Renewable Energy Research - Vox
Keystone: A Fruitless Fight Over a Moderate Proposal - The Economist
Keystone's Fate May Lie in a Nebraska Courtroom - Amy Harder, WSJ
MOSTLY FALSE: Obama on Keystone Exports - Lauren Carroll, PolitiFact
UK: More Offshore Wind Than Rest of World COMBINED - Biz Insider
The Evil That Is OPEC: Wait, What? - Michael Lynch, Forbes
Confused OPEC Watchers Are More Divided Than Ever - Fuel Fix
The $2 Trillion Great (Energy) Leap Forward - Reed Landberg, Bloomberg
NSA Director Rogers: Yes, China Can Shut Down Our Power Grids - AP
The Chinese Shale "Boom" That Went Completely Bust - BusinessWeek
China Set to Have 3 Times the Amount of Nuke Energy by 2020 - WNN
The False Promises of Nuclear Energy - Brahma Chellaney, The Hindu
H.L. Mencken & U.S. Shale Break-Evens - Matt Smith, Energy Burrito
2/3 of Americans Favor Climate Regs, Even with Costs! - Wash Examiner
NRG Plans to Cut Emissions 50% by 2030, 90% by 2050 - CleanTechnica
Renewables & the Power Grid: Not Yet - Jared Anderson, Breaking Energy
Thursday, November 20
Will the Oil and Gas Industry Ever Diversify? - Daniel Fiorino, RCP
Saudi Arabia Is Fighting an Oil War. But Who's the Enemy? - Slate
Cheap-Oil Era Tilts Geopolitical Power to U.S. - Rich Miller, Bloomberg
A Visit to the Canadian Oil Sands - Charles Cooke, National Review
A Different Type of Oil Crisis - Leah McGrath Goodman, Newsweek
Why One Democrat Is So Over Obama's Climate Regs - Jason Plautz, NJ
Keystone Defeat Shows Which Party Is Extreme - Investor's Business Daily
SunPower: Solar Will Be $5 Trillion Industry in 20 Years - CleanTechnica
The Real Legacy of Keystone Is Already Settled - Matt Philips, BizWeek
Why the Keystone XL Pipeline May Not Be Built - Robert Bryce, Daily Beast
The Benefits of U.S.'s Offshore Energy - Mary Leschper, Energy Tomorrow
Future of Energy: You May Be Walking On It - Everett Rosenfeld, CNBC
What Texas Gets Wrong about Clean Energy - Jim Marston, Forbes
5 Reasons The Halliburton-Baker Hughes Deal Is Poisoned - OilPrice
The Cold, Hard Truth About Renewables - Gail Tverberg,
Europe's Electricity Prices Soar. Who Would Have Guessed? - EIA
Wednesday, November 19
Keystone: The Pipeline From Hell - Jack Holmes, The Daily Beast
Keystoned Out of Their Minds? - Neil Cavuto, FOX News
The Liberal 'Hell No' Caucus Rises - Burgess Everett, Politico
A Few Surprises in the Senate's Keystone XL Rejection - Harry Enten, 538
Keystone Pipeline Vote Wasn't about Energy - Nicole Goodkind, Yahoo
Senate GOP Vows Quick Keystone Action in 2015 - Timothy Cama, The Hill
Get Ready for Showdown After Showdown in 2015 - J. Snyder, Bloomberg
How the New Congress Can Speed Energy Independence - MarketWatch
Energy in 25 Years: Who's Producing, Who's Buying - John Schoen, CNBC
The Appalling Truth about Energy Subsidies - Euan Mearns,
The Decline and Fall of Coal - Zack Colman, Washington Examiner
A Drop in the Price of Oil Is Not All Good News for China - Platts
IEA: Nuclear Largest, Cheapest Electricity Source in 2050 - E. Trends
Putting the Islamic State Over a Barrel - Keith Johnson, Foreign Policy
2 Political Lessons from Germany's Energiewende - Peter Sopher, The EC
Is Saudi Arabia Waging Economic Warfare? - Juan Cole,
Tuesday, November 18
Why Cheap Oil Is Bad for the U.S. Economy - Bloomberg TV
Coal Exporters Just Got a Big New Competitor - Dave Forest,
How Did the Environment Become A Partisan Issue? - Daniel Fiorino, RCP
We Need a National Convo on Nuclear Energy - Bayh and Gregg, FOX
Halliburton Merger Is Driven by Cheap Oil and a Smell of Fear - BW
How Washington Bungled the Solyndra Story - Lucia Graves, Nat'l Journal
Despite What DOE Says, Its Loans Are Not Making Money - Forbes
A Forest Threatened by Keystone XL - Andrew Nikiforuk, New York Times
Keystone's Just Another Pipeline: Get It Built! - Editorial, USA Today
Keystone Isn't About Lowering Your Gas Bill - Philip Bump, The Fix
Private Equity Bets on Energy 'Revolution'--In Oil and Gas - CNBC
Will Stupid Politics Stop Philly from Being an Energy Hub? - Daily News
Youngest Oil Tycoon Finds Fortune after Washout as Trader - BB
Oil Exports: A Must-Do for the New Congress - Mark Maddox, The Hill
Today's Takeaway: RealClearEnergy's Daily Bulletin
Monday, November 17
We Need Jobs, Jobs, Jobs But Not From KXL - Bob Keefe, Huff Post
Partisan Politics & the Appeal of Clean Power - Courtney Galatioto, Hill
Fact-Check: Sen. Inhofe's Chinese Energy Stats - R. Farley, USA Today
Wind Can Deliver on U.S.-China Climate Deal - Shauna Theel, EC
The Saudi Are Pros at 'Sweating' Their Rivals - Steve LeVine, Quartz
Petrostates in Peril - Walter Russell Mead, The American Interest
Oil Fight Takes Page From Congo's Bloody Past - Jeff Gettleman, NYT
Humanity's Epic Planetary Facelift - Lindsay Abrams, Salon
Can Climate Change Cure Capitalism? - Liz Kolbert, NY Review of Books
Philadelphia Is the New Houston - DiChristopher & David, CNBC
Climate Change or Warming: Which Do Scientists Prefer? - NewsMax
The Thin Line Between Allies & Enemies - Steve Chapman, Townhall
Guess Who Wants to Stifle Indian Growth? -
Wobbling on Climate Change - Piers Sellers, New York Times
America Dealing With Denial - Editorial, The Economist
Frack Chemicals May Not Be Toxic After All - Andy Tully,
Today's Takeaway: RealClearEnergy's Daily Bulletin
Saturday, November 15
GOP Oil Titan: Keystone Is "Not Relevant" - Darren Goode, Politico
Siemens CEO: World Is Watching Keystone Votes - Jennifer Dlouhy, FF
Keystone XL's Mixed Forecast for Job Creation - Aimee Picchi, CBS
Does It Really Matter If Congress Approves KXL? - Chris Mooney, WP
Why Obama Should Veto the Keystone Pipeline - Matt Wilstein, Mediaite
3 Stories to Help You Understand Pipeline Debate - Bryan Walsh, Time
Saudi Arabia vs. The Keystone Pipeline - Mark Hendrickson, Forbes
Mary Landrieu Is One Vote Short on Keystone--For Now - Nat'l Journal
OPEC Is Bluffing on Oil Prices - Tyler Crowe, Motley Fool
Why We Need Nuclear Power - Michael H. Fox, Foreign Affairs
Can a Carbon Tax Capture Oil's Emissions? - William Tucker, Fuel Freedom
Will the Natural Gas Boom Give EVs a Boost? - John Gartner, Forbes
Lower Gas Prices Won't Save the Holiday Season - Phil Wahba, Fortune
Alt-Fueled Vehicles: First Victim of Low Gasoline Prices? - Forbes
How Good Is The New Emissions Deal with China? - Geoffrey Styles
U.S.-China Climate Action: A Reason for Optimisim - Andrew Holland, ET
The Anti-Environment Argument Has Collapsed - Paul Krugman, NYT
U.S.-China "Agreement" Is No Breakthrough - John Kemp, Reuters
Three Possible Outcomes of the Iranian Nuclear Talks -
The Coming Solar Power Boom: Charts Tell The Story - Green Car Reports

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