Cleaner By the Dozen: Transportation
By Josiah Neeley & Matt Patterson, June 15, 2022 Introduction Over the past several months, TXEnergyProject worked closely with R Street...
R Street & TCCRI - Cleaner by the Dozen: Twelve Reforms to Make Texas Cleaner, Stronger and Freer
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We Have the Power
Texas should focus on increasing natural gas generation and supply, not abandoning it. By Matt Patterson, July 26, 2021 There is an...
The Keystone Blunder: Counting the Cost of Biden's Overreach
By Michael Geary, July 9, 2021 Photo Credit: NumenaStudios / Shutterstock.com President Biden ended the Keystone XL pipeline project to...
TX Energy Project Letter to Attorney General Paxton: Defending the Keystone XL Pipeline
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White Paper: The Policy Implications of a Plastics User Fee & Recycling Program
Click here to read the entire White Paper. Below is an excerpt from out latest White Paper: "The Policy Implications of a Plastics User...
So-Called “Sustainable” Investing Should Not Be Enforced by the Federal Government
Under the Biden Administration, public companies should expect many new requirements...
Renewables Fall Short to Meet U.S. Demand; Nuclear Power Offers a Safe Alternative
Most biofuels are far from market viability and, in some cases, have led to severe negative results. The Congressional Research Service e...
Rolling Back Permitting Requirements Will Cripple Vital Infrastructure Projects
Key Point: These permitting requirements place an undue burden on infrastructure developers and slow progress on important energy projects.
President Biden’s Misguided Executive Order on Methane Emissions
Oil and gas companies have taken it upon themselves to reduce methane emissions, even managing to find ways to make the process profitable.