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hundreds of millions more are energy

impoverished. Global per capita energy

consumption is growing. The global

population is expected to reach 10 billion

by 2050. Global Energy demand will only

rise.”

(countoncoal@nma.org

)

“After lobbying to

convince lawmakers

to subsidize its Ohio

nuclear plants because

they produce most of

the state’s zero-carbon

energy,

Akron-based

FirstEnergy

Solutions

said that an energy law would also enable

the company to keep 1,490 megawatts of

coal-fired generation running at its W.H.

Sammis plant near Stratton.”

– Mark E. Heath, Energy Industry

Insights.

“China has cut its primary energy

intensity of GDP by 40 percent from

2005 to 2017 through energy efficiency

policies and its stronger growth in

services.

On the other hand, coal’s

share of power generation reduced from

80 percent to 63 percent over the same

period. Carbon capture and storage

(CCS) could potentially help China to

achieve its long term carbon dioxide

emission target, whilst also supporting

coal demand.”

– Yahoo Finance.

COURT THROWS OUT LAWSUIT

BLOCKING KEYSTONE XL

CONSTRUCTION

A three-judge panel of the U.S. Ninth

Circuit Court of Appeals reversed

a lower court’s decision blocking

completion of the

Keystone

KL

oil

pipeline.

“The rise of the United

States as a global

energy

superpower

is rooted in favorable

geology, mineral

rights

enabling landowners to team up with

oil and gas companies to develop

resources, and advances in technology,

including fracking and horizontal drilling,

that have made extraction of resources

both economical and environmentally

responsible...That leaves infrastructure,

which still needs to be upgraded and

expanded. Pipelines, like the Keystone

XL, are key to all of this, which is why they

are under assault by environmentalists...

That’s also why the Ninth Circuit Court’s

ruling is to be welcomed.”

– Craig Rucker, president of the

Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow

(CFACT)

Read full article by Bonner R. Cohenat www.

heartland.org/news-opinion/news/court-

throws-out-lawsuit-blocking-keystone-xl-

construction

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