One new study suggests lower natural gas prices may be saving households up to $725 per year. Others find lower numbers. Here's why they differ.
A new paper finds that Western counties that become too dependent on oil and gas development can end up worse off over the long run. Is that relevant today?
A surge in cheap natural gas will kill off coal power. But it will also crowd out wind, solar, and nuclear too.
A big new study tries to answer one of the most pressing climate questions: How much methane is leaking out of our natural gas infrastructure?
Here's what people are saying about the rise of more plentiful natural gas in the Wonkblog CrowdSourced
Here's the latest from Wonkblog's Crowdsourced discussion of the economic impacts of more plentiful natural gas.
Carbon emissions in the United States are at their lowest level in 20 years. And analysts tend to credit the flood of natural gas that's displaced coal. Yet many environmentalists have pointed out that natural gas may not be as much of a climate boon as advertised. So here's a primer on whether natural gas can help us reduce carbon emissions and tackle global warming.