LNG Exports Driving US Natural Gas Infrastructure

US exports of liquified natural gas are a rapidly growing driver of new American infrastructure investment. The reason: global energy shortages have caused demand and prices for LNG to skyrocket. This... (more)

US Solar Panels Rely on Chinese Forced Labor and Coal

Two recent headlines commanded our attention: (1) "Behind the Rise of U.S. Solar Power, a Mountain of Chinese Coal" (Wall Street Journal, July 31, 2021), and (2) "In Broad Daylight: Uyghur Forced Labo... (more)

Natural Gas and CO2 Pipelines Advance

This June has seen progress for natural gas and pipelines. Two proposed new natural gas lines gained FERC approval, a very big LNG project with an associated pipeline moved closer to final investment ... (more)

IEA's Wrong Path to Net-Zero

Two major new studies have been released recently by high-profile energy research groups. The International Energy Agency (IEA) report "Net Zero by 2050: A Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector" and Co... (more)

Supreme Court to Hear PennEast Pipeline Case

The U.S. Supreme Court has granted review of PennEast Pipeline's appeal against an earlier ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit that PennEast's developers could not use eminent do... (more)

As Americans Suffer Blackouts, China Ramps Up Carbon Emissions

Hearing the messages of Green New Deal politicians in this election campaign, one might think that unless America forces its way to zero-emission electricity and all electric cars and... (more)

California: Energy Trendsetter, or Canary in the Coal Mine?

Little more need be said about the folly of transitioning to renewable power without strong natural gas generation infrastructure, than this piece that more)

EEIA Urges White House to Reform Infrastructure Permitting Process

In February 25 testimony, EEIA urged the White House Council on Environmental Quality to adopt new rules eliminating red tape and wasted time in granting permits for energy infrastructure projects.... (more)

New CCUS Study Highlights Pipeline Network Needed

EEIA is leading efforts to assess the potential for widespread adoption of carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) to mitigate carbon emissions. Our key role is focused on CCUS's great potential both t... (more)

CO2 Pipelines - The Next Big Opportunity?

With increasing attention on carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions as a primary cause of climate change, there is growing interest in carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) as a mitigating strategy. ... (more)