I PAY the Sierra Club for their FINE WORK!!!!
When I saw the coal lubbers bashing Sierra Club I made sure to renew my membership...
When we do environmental work it COSTS us.
The coal/oil people who go to events are the ones GETTING PAID!!!!
This week, students at Harvard staged a week-long protest in an effort to get the university's $36 billion endowment to divest from the oil and gas and coal industries. Student action included blocking the entrance to Massachusetts Hall, Harvard's oldest building, preventing university president Drew Gilpin Faust from entering her office. On Thursday, President Faust agreed to meet with the students, who nonetheless vowed to continue the protests until Harvard's endowment divests from the oil and gas industry.
Not everybody will charge at the same time. They always give examples that are way out of reality.
Up 200%+ in the last year...
Up 800%+ from where I bought it....
Sold 25% at $2.60 to give me a free ride.....
I be patient......
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported Thursday morning that U.S. natural gas stocks increased by 63 billion cubic feet for the week ending April 10. Analysts expected a storage injection (increase) of 52 billion cubic feet. The five-year average for the week is a 35 billion cubic foot injection, and last year’s increase totaled 11 billion cubic feet.
Natural gas futures for May delivery traded down about flat in advance of the EIA’s report, at around $2.60 per million BTUs, and slipped to around $2.55 (down nearly 0.2% for the day) following release of the report. At $2.55, natural gas futures have risen about $0.01 per million BTUs over the past five trading days. The 52-week low for natural gas futures is $2.48. One year ago the price for a million BTUs was around $4.20.
Warmer weather is expected in the northern tier of states, while the South will remain comfortable with temperatures in the 70s and 80s. A cold front heading into the West and Midwest will bring cooler temperatures later this week and into next. Demand for heating is expected to be low for the rest of this week, while demand for cooling is expected to be light.
UP over the last year.......... 1.56 1 year ago 3.89 today.. UP 249%
Where is ACI? 4.97 to 1.08 DOWN 77.87% in 1 year......
Damn that looks good......
My average buy in is .472 on SLTD 3.89 today... UP 824%
COAL IS VERY DEAD! Ha ha ha ha!
Are your really THAT stupid of an investor????????
Record breaking orders for march. Just isn't showing up yet.....
Only a matter of time........
Make it 5 plants closed today!
ortland-based PacifiCorp closed its coal plant near Price, Utah, on Wednesday, April 15, as planned.
Known as the Carbon Plant or the Castle Gate Plant, it was commissioned in 1954, 61 years ago, making it the oldest remaining coal plant in PacifiCorp’s portfolio. The plant produced 172 megawatts of electricity, enough to supply 86,000 homes.
“Due to a number of factors, it was no longer economically viable to operate for our customers,” the company stated in a news release. That may mean the company figured it was too costly to make renovations needed to meet new air pollution and other environmental regulations.
Company-wide, PacifiCorp is following a planned shift to lower-carbon energy sources, though its transition isn’t nearly fast enough to suit the Sierra Club and other environmental groups and climate change activists.
The Carbon Plant’s employees have been transitioned to other PacifiCorp jobs in the area. PacifiCorp is replacing the lost power with added natural gas capacity, renewables and energy efficiency projects.
PacifiCorp hasn’t built any new coal plants since 1984, and previously closed its Jordan, Hale and Gasby coal plants.
More and more states are putting politics aside and preparing themselves to work with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to cut carbon pollution and tackle climate change. Attacks on the Clean Power Plan have already failed in several state legislatures, including Mississippi, South Dakota, and Virginia, while governors in key states are gearing up to make their state's electricity cleaner. This is all despite the strident opposition from the coal industry's allies, including the climate-denying American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). And to date, no governor has embraced Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's "just say no" call to inaction last month.
Environmental and Energy Regulators. Even Mitch McConnell's own state of Kentucky is working to find ways to comply with the Clean Power Plan, despite a misguided state law enacted in 2014 that heavily restricts the state's options.
When they get down to the 1 last coal plant, their logic is that the 1 plant is doing the same thing as the old 500 plants....
Georgia Power said its coal-fired Plant Branch will close for good before an April 16th deadline.
That makes 4 coal plants closed TODAY!
FirstEnergy to close three Northeast Ohio coal-burning power plants today
FirstEnergy will close three coal-burning power plants today as part of a company plan to comply with U.S. EPA regulations on emissions of mercury and other air pollutants. The Akron-based corporation announced in January 2012 that it would close six coal-burning plants, including facilities in Cleveland, Eastlake and Ashtabula, in September of that year. Officials said in May 2012 that it would delay the closings of the three northeast Ohio plants by three years to allow the company to upgrade transmission lines. Company employees affected by the closings will be offered jobs elsewhere with FirstEnergy.
Dirty Power Plants Retired 188 down 335 to go....
Dirty Boilers Retired 542 down 732 to go
Dirty Megawatts Retired 77,747 down 265,265 to go
Clean Energy Installed 46,236 installed 568,568 to go...
RETIRING ONE DIRTY COAL-BURNING PLANT WILL PREVENT:
more than 29 premature deaths
47 heart attacks
491 asthma attacks
22 asthma emergency room visits1
Numbers are per year, data from the Clean Air Task Force