Conor O'Sullivan

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Currents Energy Industry Insights: January 2019

Congress Meets As Government Shutdown Looms

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Floats 70% Tax on Wealthy to Pay for ‘Green New Deal’


Rudy Giuliani Is A Non-Stop Gaffe Machine And It’s Truly A Sight To Behold Above The Law Who’s a Good Boy? US Supreme Court Considers Again Whether Dog Sniffs Are Searches How Appealing Microsoft’s Venture Fund Invests In Healthcare Startup Innovaccer MedCity News Harvard Professor Gary Cohn Befuddled By The Gauche Political Machinations Of This… Keep reading →

Prices Help Drive Increase of Midwest Oil Exploration

Lost amid the wrapping paper this holiday season was a very important move in Wyoming to step up and better regulate air pollution from the state’s oil and gas wells. It was one more reason to pop some champagne corks as we rang in the New Year. Without much fanfare on Dec. 27, Wyoming finalized new… Keep reading →

Statewide Drought Forces Californians To Take Drastic Measures For Water Conversation

The United States EPA and the United States Army Corps of Engineers are proposing to redefine—and significantly limit—the scope of “Waters of the United States”

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Alabama Judge Takes Bold Stance Against Confederate Monuments Above The Law Trump Announces Six Male District Court Nominees How Appealing Jeb Bush And Ex-Qualcomm CEO Paul Jacobs Join Heal’s Board MedCity News Brian Moynihan A Big Fan Of Rate Hikes Everyone Else Hates Dealbreaker  

Iraq Security Forces Conduct Operations in Lead-up to US Drawdown

Coming the same week as Secretary Pompeo’s Middle East tour, the incident is a powerful example of the regional threat posed by Iran. Other than a photograph of a badly damaged building, details have been slow to emerge about the January 7 clash in the Qatif area of Saudi Arabia’s Eastern Province. Authorities waited two… Keep reading →

Renewable Energy Update: January 2019

California Power Grid Strained By Heat Wave

According to a new report from the U.S. EIA, new electric generating capacity this year will come primarily from wind, solar, and natural gas


AG Nominee Claims He Won’t Fire Robert Mueller, Even If Trump Orders Him To Do So Above The Law Judge Rules Alabama’s Monument Protection Law Unconstitutional How Appealing Walgreens And Microsoft Partner On Healthcare Delivery Innovation MedCity News Trump Administration Floating Some Names For Last Head Of The World Bank Dealbreaker

California Adopts Sweeping Plan To Combat Greenhouse Gas Emissions

Before getting into a new report showing an uptick in energy-related carbon dioxide emissions last year, let’s make sure we keep an eye on the big picture as it concerns U.S. CO2. These points: U.S. CO2 emissions have fallen to their lowest level in a generation – even as global emissions have risen 50 percent since 1990. The… Keep reading →

Energy Trends To Watch In 2019

Germany Seeks Ambitious Goals For Renewable Energy

The New Year has officially arrived, bringing with it exciting goals and predictions for the clean energy industry around the world

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