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Climate Change

AP FACT CHECK: Bringing coal jobs back to Appalachia | Daily Mail Online

... pollution. Many types of emissions from coal-fired plants have been reduced, but the capturing and storing of carbon dioxide, the emission that scientists say is most responsible for climate change, has been harder to accomplish on a significant scale. A model carbon-capture plant being built in Mississippi has encountered repeated delays and huge cost overruns that will make it one of the ...

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Hydroelectric

AP FACT CHECK: Bringing coal jobs back to Appalachia - The Denver Post

... coal. As recently as 2008, about half the electricity in the U.S. came from burning coal and one-fifth from burning natural gas. Today, each accounts for about one-third — oil, hydroelectric and renewables like solar and wind make up most of the rest. Weak economic growth has hurt demand for Appalachian coal used in making steel. U.S. coal production fell 10 percent last year. The ...

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Coal

AP FACT CHECK: Bringing coal jobs back to Appalachia | Lexington Herald-Leader

... FILE - In this Wednesday, April 6, 2016, file photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally, in Bethpage, N.Y. Trump says he would create coal-mining jobs as president, and he criticizes Hillary Clinton for saying "we're going to put a lot of coal miners" out of work. Trump, however, has yet to explain exactly how he will revitalize Appalachia's coal ...

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Oil

Exclusive - Shift in Saudi oil thinking deepens OPEC split | Reuters

... official, according to two sources who were present or briefed about the Vienna meeting. This was far from the first time that OPEC's demise has been proclaimed in its 56-year history, and the oil exporters' group itself may yet enjoy a long life in the era of cheap crude. Saudi Arabia, OPEC's most powerful member, still maintains that collective action by all producers is the best solution ...

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Gas

AP FACT CHECK: Bringing coal jobs back to Appalachia - Houston Chronicle

... Appalachia's coal industry. To pull it off, he will have to overcome market forces and a push for cleaner fuels that have pummeled coal. Coal's slump is largely the result of cheap natural gas, which now rivals coal as a fuel for generating electricity. Older coal-fired plants are being idled to meet clean-air standards. Another hurdle for reviving coal mining in Appalachia: less coal. ...

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Wind

GOP States Benefiting From Shift to Wind and Solar Energy - ABC News

... for wind and solar projects as part of a federal budget agreement approved in December. Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa, among the earliest boosters of government support for wind power, points out that fossil fuels and nuclear plants have long benefited from tax credits. Last month, MidAmerican Energy announced plans to invest another $3.6 billion to add new turbines in Iowa, ...

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Biofuels

Exxon, fighting climate change charges, plans fuel cell venture | Reuters

... reported its smallest quarterly profit since 1999, sponsors other carbon and alternative energy projects. Last year, Exxon gave $1 million to the Colorado School of Mines to study algal biofuels. In January, Exxon said it would partner with the Renewable Energy Group to find ways cellulosic sugars can be used to make biodiesel. (Reporting by Ernest Scheyder; Editing by David Gregorio) ...

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Renewable Energy

GOP states benefiting from shift to wind and solar energy - SFGate

... was largely new power plants fueled by natural gas, which has become cheap and plentiful as a result of hydraulic fracturing. It was the second straight year U.S. investment in renewable energy projects has outpaced that of fossil fuels. Robust growth is once again predicted for this year. And while Republican lawmakers in Washington have fought to protect coal-fired power plants, ...

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Alternative Energy

Exxon, fighting climate change charges, plans fuel cell venture | Reuters

... to capture emissions from natural gas-fired plants and at the same time generate electricity. Scrubbers typically consume power as they filter carbon. Exxon has announced several alternative energy projects in recent years. The company says the projects have nothing to do with recent public outcry over its climate change disclosures, but are part of research into carbon sequestration and ...

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