Critics Of Biden’s Proposed Oil And Gas Industry Taxes Fueled By Gas Shortages

Gas Shortages On The East Coast Have Helped Rally Congressional Opposition To The Portions Of President Joe Biden’s Infrastructure Plan That Would Force Oil And Gas Companies To Pay More In Taxes.

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Made In China? Biden’s Climate Plan Raises Questions About U.S. Energy Independence

The White House Hosted A Virtual Climate Summit Last Week With Leaders From Around The World, But President Joe Biden Is Already Taking Heat For How His Climate Actions May Be Too Generous To The Nation’s Rivals.

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Biden’s Emissions Pledge Comes With Economic Consequences, Experts Warn

President Joe Biden Announced A Pledge Thursday To Cut U.S. Greenhouse Gas Emissions In Half Within Less Than A Decade. The Pledge Would Commit The U.S. To Lower Its Emissions By 50% From 2005 Levels By The Year 2030. But Critics Were Quick To Point Out Flaws With The Plan.

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Tennessee Below National Average For Renewable Energy Production

Tennessee Has A Long Way To Go To Meet Biden’s Executive Orders To Make The U.S. Carbon Neutral By 2050 With Only 13.9% Of The State’s Power Coming From Renewable Sources.

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Why Biden’s New Dawn Of Net-Zero Is Looking Like A Dark Day For Labor

In all pathways, the vast majority of mines and all coal power plants shutter by 2030, although the coal export business will live on. The ranks of 600,000 natural gas workers fall by more than two-thirds by 2050 in most scenarios. To compensate, the Biden administration pledges that the energy transition will create “millions” of green jobs, but most new jobs will be in the construction of wind and solar farms, which is temporary work and often not in the same regions that provide fossil fuel employment. The pay is significantly lower, too. The median wage for a solar installer is about $45,000 a year, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

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Dems Funnel Funds into Tennessee Renewable Energy Projects Amid Reports of Rising Need for Reliable Fuels

The Amount Of Energy Used To Produce One Dollar Of GDP In Tennessee Is Slightly Greater Than The Median Of Other States. This Indicates Tennessee May Need To Determine Their Own Best Practices, Despite What Other States Are Doing.

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