all of the above

What Does an All-of-the-Above National Energy Policy Mean?

November 24, 2013 by Herman Trabish

National Energy Policy

Based on statements from President Obama, 'all of the above' is the US energy policy -- but that means many different things to different people. The abundance of natural gas in Texas and across the U.S. has renewables developers thinking about where they fit into the energy mix.[read more]

Will Regulation of ‘All of the Above’ Energy Cost 20X More on Public Lands?

September 13, 2012 by Gary L. Hunt

Federal LandsMore than 96% of the domestic energy production growth from shales has taken place on private lands safely out of the reach of the Federal government bureaucrats and regulators.  That energy production growth is transforming America’s energy future by increasing supply reliability and driving down the price of natural...[read more]


What is (Obama vs. Romney) Energy Independence?

September 5, 2012 by John Miller

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When you think about ‘energy independence’ how do you define this concept? With the upcoming Presidential election we all have a choice to make on which candidate’s energy plan is most consistent with our personal view of ‘energy independence’.[read more]

A Need For Reality-Based Energy Policies

June 8, 2012 by Mark Green

One of the biggest challenges in planning for our energy future is that opponents of oil and natural gas are quite unwilling to acknowledge the reality of our energy supply and demand.  Two examples: First, from a new Sierra Club video (ably rebutted in full by Oil Sands Fact Check here):“Moving America beyond oil isn’t that...[read more]

Denmark Commits to 100% Renewable Energy By 2050

March 28, 2012 by Joseph Romm

Denmark is taking the lead when it comes to renewables once again! Think they'll be able to reach their goal?[read more]

"All of the Above" Can't Deliver All the Benefits the Clean Energy Economy Can

March 26, 2012 by Frances Beinecke

In a time of soaring gas prices and record-breaking temperatures, Americans are looking for energy solutions that save money, reduce dangerous pollution, and strengthen our country.Yet instead of offering targeted policies, many leaders are suggesting an “all of the above” approach to energy development. The idea is that we should throw...[read more]