Sequestration’s Nightmare

Carbon Capture and Sequestration (CCS) has been the darling of radical environmentalists for disposing of CO2 from power plants. They have used CCS as the reason why their efforts to cut CO2 emissions won’t destroy the coal industry, or the Continue reading Sequestration’s Nightmare

Lipstick on a Pig

Radical environmentalists, and even the coal industry, have been promoting the building of Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle (IGCC) power plants. The coal industry has supported IGCC power plants because they can capture CO2 for sequestration underground, while allowing the use Continue reading Lipstick on a Pig

Requiring Deeper Cuts in CO2 Emissions

From the moment in 2009, when the EPA Administrator proclaimed that CO2 and other greenhouse gasses were warming the planet and endangering human health, the EPA had the legal obligation to cut CO2 emissions under the Clean Air Act. At Continue reading Requiring Deeper Cuts in CO2 Emissions

World Saddled by Europe

We are witnessing how bad economic policies in Europe are threatening the world’s economy. We are also witnessing how Europe’s policies on climate change and global warming are being forced on the rest of the world, including the United States. Continue reading World Saddled by Europe

Pipelines Required For CCS

While the ability to capture CO2 from coal-fired and natural gas power plants remains under investigation, and the ability to store CO2 underground remains in doubt, people are now looking at what it would take to transport the CO2 from Continue reading Pipelines Required For CCS

Why CO2 Remains a Major Concern

While cap & trade appears to be dead in the United States, there is considerable ongoing effort to cut CO2 emissions 80% by 2050, which is the stated goal of the United Nations and many in this administration. Cutting CO2 Continue reading Why CO2 Remains a Major Concern