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  • New: Nicholas Samuel Project Manager/Director of Research   Downtowns and Main Street districts, both of which could be considered types of central business districts, are typically the home to the greatest concentration of businesses for an urban area. While some are neither centrally located or are a central part of an urban area’s primary businesses, most, if not all, are central to the history and social life of their community. This idea is considerably more appreciated today than was in the past few decades and has been brought about due to the determined work of local business and advocacy groups following and sharing best practices across the nation. One of the key programs undertaken by downtowns and Main Streets throughout the US has been the “Main Street Approach.” The National Main Street Center, established by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, serves as a network for Main Street Programs across the nation and a source of insight and best practices for the Main
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
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  • New: Nicholas Samuel Project Manager/Director of Research   Downtowns and Main Street districts, both of which could be considered types of central business districts, are typically the home to the greatest concentration of businesses for an urban area. While some are neither centrally located or are a central part of an urban area’s primary businesses, most, if not all, are central to the history and social life of their community. This idea is considerably more appreciated today than was in the past few decades and has been brought about due to the determined work of local business and advocacy groups following and sharing best practices across the nation. One of the key programs undertaken by downtowns and Main Streets throughout the US has been the “Main Street Approach.” The National Main Street Center, established by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, serves as a network for Main Street Programs across the nation and a source of insight and best practices for the Main
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
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  • New: Nicholas Samuel Project Manager/Director of Research   Downtowns and Main Street districts, both of which could be considered types of central business districts, are typically the home to the greatest concentration of businesses for an urban area. While some are neither centrally located or are a central part of an urban area’s primary businesses, most, if not all, are central to the history and social life of their community. This idea is considerably more appreciated today than was in the past few decades and has been brought about due to the determined work of local business and advocacy groups following and sharing best practices across the nation. One of the key programs undertaken by downtowns and Main Streets throughout the US has been the “Main Street Approach.” The National Main Street Center, established by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, serves as a network for Main Street Programs across the nation and a source of insight and best practices for the Main
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
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  • New: Nicholas Samuel Project Manager/Director of Research   Downtowns and Main Street districts, both of which could be considered types of central business districts, are typically the home to the greatest concentration of businesses for an urban area. While some are neither centrally located or are a central part of an urban area’s primary businesses, most, if not all, are central to the history and social life of their community. This idea is considerably more appreciated today than was in the past few decades and has been brought about due to the determined work of local business and advocacy groups following and sharing best practices across the nation. One of the key programs undertaken by downtowns and Main Streets throughout the US has been the “Main Street Approach.” The National Main Street Center, established by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, serves as a network for Main Street Programs across the nation and a source of insight and best practices for the Main
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
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  • New: Nicholas Samuel Project Manager/Director of Research   Downtowns and Main Street districts, both of which could be considered types of central business districts, are typically the home to the greatest concentration of businesses for an urban area. While some are neither centrally located or are a central part of an urban area’s primary businesses, most, if not all, are central to the history and social life of their community. This idea is considerably more appreciated today than was in the past few decades and has been brought about due to the determined work of local business and advocacy groups following and sharing best practices across the nation. One of the key programs undertaken by downtowns and Main Streets throughout the US has been the “Main Street Approach.” The National Main Street Center, established by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, serves as a network for Main Street Programs across the nation and a source of insight and best practices for the Main
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
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  • New: Nicholas Samuel Project Manager/Director of Research   Downtowns and Main Street districts, both of which could be considered types of central business districts, are typically the home to the greatest concentration of businesses for an urban area. While some are neither centrally located or are a central part of an urban area’s primary businesses, most, if not all, are central to the history and social life of their community. This idea is considerably more appreciated today than was in the past few decades and has been brought about due to the determined work of local business and advocacy groups following and sharing best practices across the nation. One of the key programs undertaken by downtowns and Main Streets throughout the US has been the “Main Street Approach.” The National Main Street Center, established by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, serves as a network for Main Street Programs across the nation and a source of insight and best practices for the Main
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
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  • New: Nicholas Samuel Project Manager/Director of Research   Downtowns and Main Street districts, both of which could be considered types of central business districts, are typically the home to the greatest concentration of businesses for an urban area. While some are neither centrally located or are a central part of an urban area’s primary businesses, most, if not all, are central to the history and social life of their community. This idea is considerably more appreciated today than was in the past few decades and has been brought about due to the determined work of local business and advocacy groups following and sharing best practices across the nation. One of the key programs undertaken by downtowns and Main Streets throughout the US has been the “Main Street Approach.” The National Main Street Center, established by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, serves as a network for Main Street Programs across the nation and a source of insight and best practices for the Main
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
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  • New: Nicholas Samuel Project Manager/Director of Research   Downtowns and Main Street districts, both of which could be considered types of central business districts, are typically the home to the greatest concentration of businesses for an urban area. While some are neither centrally located or are a central part of an urban area’s primary businesses, most, if not all, are central to the history and social life of their community. This idea is considerably more appreciated today than was in the past few decades and has been brought about due to the determined work of local business and advocacy groups following and sharing best practices across the nation. One of the key programs undertaken by downtowns and Main Streets throughout the US has been the “Main Street Approach.” The National Main Street Center, established by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, serves as a network for Main Street Programs across the nation and a source of insight and best practices for the Main
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
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  • New: Nicholas Samuel Project Manager/Director of Research   Downtowns and Main Street districts, both of which could be considered types of central business districts, are typically the home to the greatest concentration of businesses for an urban area. While some are neither centrally located or are a central part of an urban area’s primary businesses, most, if not all, are central to the history and social life of their community. This idea is considerably more appreciated today than was in the past few decades and has been brought about due to the determined work of local business and advocacy groups following and sharing best practices across the nation. One of the key programs undertaken by downtowns and Main Streets throughout the US has been the “Main Street Approach.” The National Main Street Center, established by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, serves as a network for Main Street Programs across the nation and a source of insight and best practices for the Main
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
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  • New: Nicholas Samuel Project Manager/Director of Research   Downtowns and Main Street districts, both of which could be considered types of central business districts, are typically the home to the greatest concentration of businesses for an urban area. While some are neither centrally located or are a central part of an urban area’s primary businesses, most, if not all, are central to the history and social life of their community. This idea is considerably more appreciated today than was in the past few decades and has been brought about due to the determined work of local business and advocacy groups following and sharing best practices across the nation. One of the key programs undertaken by downtowns and Main Streets throughout the US has been the “Main Street Approach.” The National Main Street Center, established by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, serves as a network for Main Street Programs across the nation and a source of insight and best practices for the Main
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
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  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
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  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
AngelouEconomics
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  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
AngelouEconomics
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  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
AngelouEconomics
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  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
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  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
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  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
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  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
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  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
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  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
AngelouEconomics
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  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
AngelouEconomics
AngelouEconomics
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  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
AngelouEconomics
AngelouEconomics
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  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
AngelouEconomics
AngelouEconomics
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  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
AngelouEconomics
AngelouEconomics
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  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
AngelouEconomics
AngelouEconomics
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New page title detected.

  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
AngelouEconomics
AngelouEconomics
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New page title detected.

  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s
AngelouEconomics
AngelouEconomics
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New page title detected.

  • New: By Anthony Michael Project Manager Since taking office in November, tax reform has been a top legislative item for the Trump administration. After missing out on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the administration does not want to miss its chance to make lasting change to the current tax system. Using details released during the presidential campaign, along with additional details provided by the White House in April, AE has examined the effects of the administration’s proposed tax reform on households in Texas. There are numerous provisions that will impact businesses in Texas, but these provisions have been excluded from this analysis. However, stay tuned as they will be analyzed at a later date. To understand its effects, AE examined the Trump administration’s proposal from three different perspectives. The first two perspective include the proposal’s fiscal impact to household tax bills, and the subsequent economic impact of these changes to after tax income.
  • Old: Though it might sound like a futuristic punk band—or maybe just remind you of failed television—the Petra Nova project is quite real. In fact, it is currently the largest retrofit post-combustion carbon capture system in the world. A collaboration between NRG Energy and JX All Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration, the facility uses carbon sequestration technology to capture more than 90 percent of greenhouse gas emissions from Texas’ coal-fired WA Parrish generating station. That’s the equivalent of taking some 350,000 cars of the road every day. What’s more, Petra Nova accomplishes all of this in an economically viable manner. That sounds almost too good to be true, right? Well, to an extent, it is; that economic viability is attained by recycling the captured CO2 to boost oil production at the nearby West Ranch oil field. The irony of using sequestered carbon to boost fossil fuel production will certainly not be lost on many people. To others, it might seem downright perverse. Indeed, s

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