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Patrick Reis is a staff correspondent at National Journal. He has previously worked at POLITICO, Greenwire and Seattle's Real Change News. He likes dogs and dislikes writing about himself.
The race is on to make America the Saudi Arabia of natural gas, but not everyone is in love with the idea of the U.S. becoming a major gas exporter.
As winter approaches, residential users of natural gas will even see prices start to rise.
New technologies changed the energy paradigm from scarcity to abundance, but the rapid reversal of fortune has left some regions scrambling to catch up—and left their residents in the cold.
The move allows him more leeway on nominees, but it will make it more difficult for him to do just about anything else.
It's actually happened.
The Toronto mayor adds another bizarre video to the growing list.
Five years ago, the administration vowed to regulate coal ash, a toxic power-plant byproduct. Green groups are still waiting.