from The Great Debate:

When U.S. natural gas is shipped overseas, it will cost the 99 percent

By Charles R. Morris
September 24, 2014

Pier at Dominion's Cove Point LNG plant is seen at Maryland's Chesapeake Bay

The Department of Energy appears to be following a “Nigerian strategy” with respect to the nation’s recent windfall of natural gas.

from The Great Debate:

Danger and delay on dirty bombs

By Kenneth N. Luongo
December 16, 2013

When highly radioactive material that can be used in a “dirty bomb” is moved to or from a hospital in New York City, it is done in the dead of night on cordoned streets with high security.

from The Great Debate:

The Case Against Natural Gas Exports

By Charles R. Morris
August 19, 2013

President Barack Obama has made middle-class jobs and natural gas two of his top second-term policy objectives. Both could be undermined if his Department of Energy (DOE) continues to approve gas industry applications for exporting American gas.

from Reuters Money:

Should you pre-pay your winter heating bill?

October 19, 2010

USA-ENERGY/HEATINGOILIf you’ve been pulling out your sweaters lately, you know the first heating bill of winter isn’t far behind.

from Environment Forum:

Could “putting the cow inside the plant” make a new biofuel?

October 14, 2010

SWITZERLAND/The Next Big Thing in biofuel might involve genetically engineered plants that digest themselves, making it cheaper to turn them into fuel. That's one of the new ideas that Arun Majumdar finds fascinating. As the head of the U.S. Energy Department's ARPA-E -- the path-breaking agency that aims come up with efficient, green energy solutions -- Majumdar said this concept is one of a few dozen that are in the development stage now.