Due to opposing stances on hydraulic fracturing, Pennsylvania and New York are seeing a disparity in prosperity.
Although the talk around renewable energy is increasing, fossil fuels still account for the overwhelming majority of the world’s energy. And companies like Midwest are helping the fossil fuel industry to be more efficient and eco-friendly than ever.
Recent legal measures have limited the fracking industry’s potential growth. Here’s what opponents don’t understand about this necessary economic endeavor.
In recent years, the proposed development of the Keystone XL Pipeline has become a battlefield for our nation’s partisan politics, as Pipe Dream observes. While environmentalists see the plan as a symbol of how capitalism continues to deeply damage our natural ecosystem, those that champion the proposal believe that it could lead to impressive economic growth.
As lawmakers have recently fought for control of fracking in the Lone Star state, let’s consider why — especially when it comes to fracking — you shouldn’t mess with Texas.