Incredibly, Louisiana now has a rare opportunity not just to play “What if” — but to win.
Again, the Advocate comes out for oil
No more Federal Leases – what about employment?
Interior Secretary Deb Haaland on Friday revoked a series of Trump administration orders that promoted fossil fuel development on public lands and waters, and issued a separate directive that prioritizes climate change in agency decisions. The moves are part of
The oil and gas industry’s top lobbying group on Thursday endorsed a federal price on carbon dioxide emissions that contribute to global warming, a reversal of long-standing industry policy that comes as the Biden administration has pledged dramatic steps to
A controversial property tax exemption for the Marathon Petroleum oil refinery in St. John the Baptist Parish is being left up to local government bodies coming out of a Wednesday meeting by a state board. The Parish Council, Sheriff’s Office
The new mix of energy sources that will be required to met President Joe Biden’s goal of net-zero carbon emissions by 2050 will result in similar or only slightly higher economic costs than today’s mix of coal, oil and natural
Rob Verchick is a professor at Loyola and on the Louisiana Climate Initiatives Task Force. This opinion piece says the State needs to get serious about Climate Change and that we are in an ideal position to switch from oil
Yes, we are back into the Paris Accords and yes we were welcomed back. But what will this mean in the future? What political maneuverings will need to be done? What will be the reaction by politicians and consumers when
Mark Ballard starts out with a dichotomy. Without a doubt, Louisiana is a fossil fuels state whose economy is dependent on the royalties, taxes — an estimated $373 million this year — and the 48,000 jobs oil and gas creates.