Bookby Trevor Houser and Shashank Mohan | January 8, 2014 A new book by Trevor Houser and Shashank Mohan analyzes the economic implications of the unconventional oil and gas boom in the US.
NoteTrevor Houser, Kate Larsen and Michael Delgado | October 28, 2013 Recent EPA data offers a first look at how state-level greenhouse gas emissions have changed over the past few years, and who is responsible for the sharp decline in US emissions between 2010 and 2012.
Noteby Trevor Houser | August 28, 2013 After a sharp drop last year in response to US sanctions and a European import ban, Iranian crude oil exports have leveled off. The US Congress to looking for new ways to tighten the screws on Tehran.
Noteby Trevor Houser | May 29, 2013 Greenhouse gas emissions fell twice as fast in Europe in 2011 than in the US. But it was the US that outperformed in 2012. We analyze recent GHG emission developments in the US and EU and discuss the outlook for the coming year.
Reportby Trevor Houser | March 27, 2013 Energy costs are a key variable in US economic performance. Yet available data on how much Americans spend fueling their cars, heating their homes and lighting their offices either lags by a couple years or is incomplete. This month, we ...
Noteby Trevor Houser | February 27, 2013 China’s 12thFive Year Plan includes a bevy of energy targets Beijing hopes to achieve between 2011 and 2015. Late last week the country’s National Bureau of Statistics released full-year energy supply and demand data for 2012, providing an early indicator on how China is doing two years into the plan. We’ve combed through the numbers, done the math, and offer a report card on Beijing’s progress to date in achieving its big three energy ambitions.
Noteby Trevor Houser and Shashank Mohan | February 14, 2013 In his State of the Union address on Tuesday, President Obama welcomed the environmental benefits of low-cost natural gas, noting that US CO2 emissions have declined sharply over the past four years. Indeed, coal’s share of US electricity generation fell to 33% in April 2012, the lowest level seen in decades, thanks in large part to cheap natural gas, and US CO2 emissions in the first half of 2012 were 13% below 2005 levels. But as gas prices have risen in recent months, so has demand for coal for power generation. Absent new policy, the recent drop in emissions has likely run its course.
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