In a decision that should please environmentalists, OPEC and bored St. Tammany Parish housewives; the Obama administration has announced a series of new rules on fracking operations on Federal land.
The head of Louisiana’s Big Solar trade group, GSREIA, is still at it. Last week, we pointed out how Jeffrey Cantin, GSREIA’s head, was blasting a PSC study that said Big
Take your pick as to the reason why the Keystone XL pipeline is necessary for the United States’ future. Most of the following items could be reason enough to finish
Washington, D.C. is engaged in a war on America’s energy industry. An industry that in Louisiana alone supports more than 60,000 jobs, $1.5 billion in annual state taxes and fees,
As we’ve been reporting on The Hayride, Big Solar has been very unhappy with a study recently released by the Louisiana Public Service Commission that shows that Big Solar has been
Yesterday, the White House announced that it was going to impose new sanctions on Venezuela. The sanctions are in response to a series of crackdowns by Venezuelan President Nicolas Madero
Like a bad nightmare, the vampire known as the oil processing fee is back for the upcoming legislative session. The proposed
Big Solar’s waaambulance is getting crowded with out of state lobbyists and welfare queens, I mean solar distributors, lining up to
Big Solar has been trying to destroy Louisiana Public Service Commissioner Eric Skrmetta. Skrmetta’s crime is simply this, standing up
One of the country’s most liberal newspapers is slamming President Obama for some very untruthful comments he made about the Keystone
An oil and gas analyst has no problem finding a job today. Similar to the weatherman, the energy sector is
After the Keystone XL Pipeline was vetoed by President Barack Obama yesterday, it was not long before House and Senate
In a not-so-surprising move by President Barack Obama, the Keystone XL Pipeline was vetoed once it hit the president’s desk.
New EPA rules will cost state economy $968 million and eliminate 16,260 jobs by 2030 Today the Pelican Institute for
The Times-Picayune’s writeup of the news that the Obama budget will re-route offshore oil revenue-sharing away from the states doesn’t