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Earlier this year at the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) annual conference in Washington, ClearView  Energy Partners’ Christine Tezak described the Obama administration’s energy policy as “give a little, take a little,” further characterizing it as “transitioning from scarcity to adequacy.” It’s accurate. Handed a generational opportunity by America’s energy revolution to advance U.S. economic… Keep reading →

Boom Goes Bust: Texas Oil Industry Hurt By Plunging Oil Prices

New analysis of the performance of oil and natural gas stocks in public pension funds shows the importance of a healthy energy sector to the futures of millions of Americans – as well as the misguided nature of efforts to force institutions to end investments in oil and natural gas. The first strengthens our country’s… Keep reading →

Markets Stabilise After Turbulence Last Week

Breaking Energy recently caught up with Dawn Constantin, Head of Partnerships & Analytics at BP North America Gas & Power, to find out about her role as an oil & gas trading strategist, and her career progression through such a fast-paced, high-intensity operation.     BE: Can you describe your current role, responsibilities and what you’re currently… Keep reading →

Youth Rally For Change In Energy, Climate And Economic Policy

Ever tried to find out who is in charge when it comes to energy policy? With literally hundreds of agencies and regulators at everything from the local level through state and regions to DC-based policy-makers and even the President, the level of complexity when it comes to understanding energy policy isn’t just frustrating, it is… Keep reading →