Pro-Gas Editorials

» Consumer Energy Alliance reports nearly $14B threatened by pipeline delays, cancellations
By Debra Flax, Pennsylvania Business Report
September 10, 2020

» The Latest Propaganda Push From Pro-Pipeline Front Group GAIN
Guest Post By Climate Denier Roundup, DeSmog Blog
February 15, 2019

» Why Pipeline Opposition Undermines Environmental Progress And Safety
By Brigham A. McCown, Contributor, Forbes
January 17, 2019

» How gas demand from Boston changed a faraway island
By Boston Globe Editorial Staff
December 30, 2018

» U.S. Energy Production Up, Emissions Down
By Mark Green, Energy Tomorrow Blog
October 24, 2018
Energy Tomorrow is brought to you by the American Petroleum Institute (API), which is the only national trade association that represents all aspects of America’s oil and natural gas industry.

» Editorial: Gas pipeline limits create potential crisis
Boston Herald Sunday
October 21, 2018

» Anti-Pipeline Activists Play A Cynical, Costly Game
By David Blackmon, Op-Ed Contributor, Forbes
October 9, 2018
David Blackmon is an independent energy analyst/consultant based in Mansfield, TX. David has enjoyed a 39-year career in the oil and gas industry, the last 23 years of which were spent in the public policy arena, managing regulatory and legislative issues for various companies, including Burlington Resources, Shell, El Paso Corporation, FTI Consulting and LINN Energy. In addition to client-related work, David also maintains a growing media communications practice. He is currently Associate Editor for Shale Magazine (, a contributor on energy-related matters at, and a feature writer for World Oil Magazine.

» Granite Bridge Support Signals Shifting Attitudes Toward Responsible Energy Development
By Craig Stevens (guest), InsideSources / NH Journal
September 05, 2018
Craig Stevens is the spokesperson for Grow America’s Infrastructure Now, a national coalition focused on promoting key infrastructure investments.

» Massachusetts residents pay the highest average retail price for power in the continental US
By Editorial Staff, Boston Globe
July 14, 2018

» A “Bridge” Too Far For Anti-Pipeline Movement In New Hampshire?
By Michael Graham, Political Editor, NH Journal
June 21, 2018

» New York is a bad neighbor to New England: Gov. Cuomo is blocking pipelines that could help region
By Rob Ortt, Commonwealth Magazine
May 30, 2018   

» Pipeline Battles and Ramifications Are Serious Business
By Natural Gas Now Guest Blogger Daniel B. Markind, Esq., Weir and Partners, LLP
May 27, 2018

» Fears about blackouts increasing
Region’s fuel insecurity is self-inflicted
By Steve Dodge, Commonwealth Magazine / Opinion
April 25, 2018

» Why you’ll pay for Beacon Hill’s pipeline folly
By Editorial Staff, Boston Globe
April 22, 2018

» Gas-by-train? Beacon Hill opens the door
Editorial, Boston Globe
March 04, 2018

» Our Russian ‘pipeline,’ and its ugly toll
By the Editorial Board, Boston Globe
February 13, 2018

» When it comes to Russian gas, just say nyet
Editorial, Boston Globe
January 30, 2018