The geopolitical implications (never mind the domestic economic benefits) of expanding U.S. shale capabilities should be obvious. Not only would increasing shale output keep downward pressure on prices, but as Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska), chairman of the Senate’s Energy and…

Despite their hysterical claims and protestations to the contrary, the existing scientific evidence shows hydraulic fracturing processes do not pose a systemic impact on groundwater. Fracking-contaminated groundwater: The myth that failed The myth that hydraulic fracturing, commonly called “fracking,” of…

Fracking, not government green policies, caused CO2 emissions to drop sharply in 47 states and Washington, D.C., in 2015, according to both Scientific American and other EIA reports.  It's Official: Falling Carbon Emissions in US have little to do with EPA Regulations Scientists found that American carbon…