Fossil Fuels


Podcast: Josiah Neeley: energy matters, the implications of recent geopolitical events for energy policy
Josiah Neeley

From Razib Khan’s Unsupervised Learning:

On this episode of Unsupervised Learning Razib talks to Josiah Neeley, Senior Fellow in Energy at the R Street Institute and co-host of…

, Spectator World
Energy independence is a false hope
Jonathan Bydlak

In the wake of Russia’s attack on Ukraine, gasoline and energy prices soared in the United States. While they’ve come down a bit since, it’s worth examining why war in Eastern Europe caused a…

Healthy markets remedy energy and climate crises
Devin Hartman

Months before Russian tanks rolled into Ukraine, global oil and European natural gas markets were undergoing sharp price increases. Predictably, crisis escalation prompted calls for “fuel fixes”…

, reason
What’s behind skyrocketing gas prices?
Josiah Neeley

From reason:

“These sorts of disruptions are annoying, but they don’t signal an imminent Mad Max-style future for America. They are, by nature, self-limiting,” notes the R Street Institute’s…

, reason
The Colonial Gas Shortage Is Temporary, Bad Energy Policy Is Not
Josiah Neeley

When I wake up in the morning and check the news, I often feel like I am stuck in some kind of novel. Some days it feels like a madcap satire by Tom Wolfe. Other days the news reads like a…

, Tax Foundation
Wyden’s Energy Tax Proposal a Mixed Bag
Josiah Neeley & William Murray

From Tax Foundation:

As such, all companies, including fossil fuel companies, should be able to deduct their costs—from salaries for employees to new parts for an oil derrick. The R Street…

Regulation Digest - Vol. 10, No. 5
Philip Rossetti

From The George Washington University Regulatory Studies Center:
R Street Institute
– Oil & Gas Production on Public Land, Philip Rossetti

Potential Benefits and Costs from Phasing out Oil and Gas Production on Public Land
Philip Rossetti


As part of a flurry of executive actions, President Joe Biden has formally directed the Secretary of the Interior to pause all new oil and natural gas leases on public lands, pending…

, Financial Times
Climate change’s bogeyman isn’t only big oil
Ashley Nunes

Big oil is in the hot seat. Again. Two weeks ago, the US Supreme Court heard arguments on whether a lawsuit brought by Baltimore city officials against oil companies belongs in state courts, which…

Devin Hartman discusses the impact of Hurricane Laura on the oil industry
Devin Hartman

From KGET:

Devin Hartman discusses the impact of Hurricane Laura on the oil industry with Anna Wiernicki.

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