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Should We Keep The Jones Act?

As the debate over lifting the ban on crude-oil exports heats up, some refiners are calling for an end to another decades-old policy: the Jones Act.

Is Climate Change a Threat to National Security?

The White House warns that climate change threatens Americans at home and abroad. 

What’s Next for the Arctic Refuge?

The administation is gearing up for a fight with the Republican Congress over wilderness protection in the Arctic. 

What’s the State of Energy Policy?

What must the president accomplish before his time in office expires when it comes to energy and the environment? 

Will Obama Negotiate on Keystone?

The president will soon have to make a final decision on the oil-sands project. Will he want anything in return?

Is the Time Right for a Gas-Tax Hike?

Policy wonks are calling for an increase in the gas tax as prices at the pump fall. 

What was the Biggest Energy Success Story of 2014?

A lot happened in the sphere of energy and environment policy in 2014.

What Did Lima Achieve?

As the dust settles on international climate talks held in Peru, onlookers weigh the significance of the summit. 

How Much Sway does OPEC Have Over Energy Markets?

OPEC is testing the U.S. shale boom, but how much power does it really have? 

Can Shale Withstand a Drop in Oil Prices?

Oil prices are in a freefall, and that the math doesn't like like it will change anytime soon.

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