The administration must make sure the Cushing-Gulf of Mexico portion of the controversial pipeline is constructed safely and responsibly, writes Daniel J. Weiss.
Richard W. Caperton, Jackie Weidman, and Daniel J. Weiss explain how an additional 25 cents in the price per gallon of gas at the pump every three months equals an additional $5 billion in the bank for the big five oil companies.
Daniel J. Weiss shows that selling oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve is a proven way to bring down gasoline prices.
Donna Cooper, Richard Caperton, Kate Gordon, and Daniel J. Weiss detail a plan to redirect billions of dollars in giveaways to Big Oil toward building infrastructure to put Americans back on the job.
Daniel J. Weiss explains how the proposed budget’s investments in clean energy would grow our economy and benefit the middle class.
The president makes a “common sense” proposal to eliminate $40 billion in tax breaks to highly profitable oil companies and use the savings to invest in job-creating industries, writes Daniel J. Weiss.
Daniel J. Weiss and Zachary Rybarczyk caution that this week’s House hearing on the EPA’s mercury and air toxics rules will most certainly exaggerate the costs of the rules to consumers while paying no attention to how they will save us money in health costs.
Daniel J. Weiss, Jackie Weidman, and Rebecca Leber explain how the big five oil companies are producing less oil despite making more money.
Coal and other utilities are using their big-money influence on public officials to avoid cleaning up our air and our health in accordance with a new EPA rule, write Daniel J. Weiss, Jackie Weidman, and Rebecca Leber.
It’s a no brainer that the most profitable public corporation in the United States doesn’t need taxpayer subsidies, write Daniel J. Weiss and Rebecca Leber.
The president’s economic agenda laid out last night includes clean energy proposals that will create good jobs, lower energy bills, and lead to cleaner air and water, writes Daniel J. Weiss.
Kate Gordon and Daniel J. Weiss explain why the Keystone XL tar sands pipeline is weak on job creation and bad for America’s future.
Daniel J. Weiss and Jackie Weidman respond to The Washington Post’s criticism of the Advanced Technology Vehicle Manufacturing program and explain why it’s important for American competitiveness.
Some utilities and coal companies would have you believe new EPA rules to reduce air toxics will force mass closures of power plants, write Daniel J. Weiss and Jackie Weidman. But these claims are blatant falsehoods.