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Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted March 4, 2011

On Monday, Feb. 28th, we told you about our concerns over The New York Times articles on natural gas drilling and drinking water. As you might recall, the Times criticized the handling and disposal of drilling waste water, implying that natural gas operations might be harming water supplies in several Northeastern cities. The Times offered no solid facts to back up its assertions.

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domestic-energy  environmental-protection-agency  epa34  fracking  hydraulic-fracturing  rhetoric-vs-reality 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted February 28, 2011

The New York Times published a story yesterday about drilling that does a major disservice to its readers. The front-page article poses several questions about drilling and drinking water, and implies that water supplies in some northeastern cities could be tainted. It is an implication that isn't supported by the facts. 

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demand  domestic-energy  eia34  energy-consumption  energy-demand  energy-information-administration  energy-policy  energy-reality  oil-consumption  rhetoric-vs-reality  natural-gas-consumption  world-energy-demand 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted November 29, 2010

Before anyone--including each U.S. lawmaker--engages in a meaningful discussion about energy policy, it's important to understand the facts. Although this might seem to be an obvious point, it's one that shouldn't be overlooked especially during this fall's lame duck congressional session. 

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air-quality  biofuels  clean-air-act  domestic-energy  energy-policy  environmental-protection-agency  epa34  ethanol  ethanol-in-gasoline  fuel  fuel-blends  gasoline  gasoline-blends  rhetoric-vs-reality 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted September 1, 2010

Why is the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in such a hurry to grant a waiver allowing E15 to be sold in the marketplace?

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