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New video: BASF illustrates chemistry behind lithium-ion battery, future electric car

Chemistry goes into the lithium-ion and lithium-polymer batteries we depend on every day to power our automobiles, military equipment, laptops, mobile phones, MP3 players and more. But have you ever wondered how the battery technology works exactly? In less than three minutes, BASF’s new animated video illustrates the chemistry behind the battery and hints at […]

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Washington Post ad: BASF chemistry products help warm our homes, conserve energy this winter

“Warm houses love energy bills,” reads a smart full-page ad appearing in today’s Washington Post. “BASF’s construction solutions and energy-efficient materials are more cost-effective than conventional insulating systems and materials, and have a much higher insulation capacity. So, thanks to products like Neopor® and Elastopor®, houses stay warmer in the winter and waste less energy. […]

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Charleston Daily Mail op-ed: “Cal Dooley: Shale gas can change W.Va.’s fortunes”

“Unlock the vast potential of the Marcellus Shale and West Virginians will see that a bright future has been lying just beneath their feet,” writes ACC President Cal Dooley in an op-ed in the Charleston Daily Mail this morning. ACC’s fact sheet for West Virginia shale gas paints a more detailed picture of what this […]

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What role should government play in energy production? NAT GAS Act not part of the answer

This week’s question, posed by Amy Harder with the National Journal’s Energy & Environment blog, is especially relevant to ACC President Cal Dooley’s testimony last week before two subcommittees of the House Committee on Ways and Means. In his reply to Harder’s question, Dooley flips an argument that proponents of the New Alternative Transportation to […]

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West Virginia “a big winner in shale gas development,” Dooley tells Charleston Daily Mail

ACC President Cal Dooley met with Daily Mail business editor George Hohmann on Monday to discuss West Virginia’s role in capitalizing on one of the most exciting domestic energy developments of the past 50 years: access to vast, new supplies of natural gas from previously untapped shale deposits. The Charleston newspaper had previously taken interest […]

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Best way to grow economy and create jobs? Robust development of domestic shale gas

On Monday, National Journal reporter Amy Harder asked her Energy & Environment readers, “Where Does Energy Fit Into Obama’s Jobs Plan?” Though the President didn’t mention the word energy in his national address last week, ACC President Cal Dooley thinks the best way to grow the economy and create jobs is to ensure the continued […]

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E&E TV: Cal Dooley discusses prospects for clean, conventional energy following President’s jobs speech

In an interview airing today with E&E TV’s Monica Trauzzi, ACC President Cal Dooley makes a strong case for U.S. manufacturing job growth as a result of increased shale gas production. He also discusses ACC’s proposal for a comprehensive, scientifically-based prioritization system that could be used by the EPA to determine which chemicals warrant additional […]

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NYT: “Obama Skips Clean Energy to Avoid a Political Battle on Jobs”

A Friday piece in The New York Times/ClimateWire pointed out that President Obama didn’t mention the word “energy” even once in his speech last night. ACC President Cal Dooley, interviewed for the article, said the President indeed missed an opportunity to build bipartisan support for a comprehensive energy policy: In a statement immediately following the […]

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“Shale gas can help grow jobs,” Cal Dooley writes in Hill Congress Blog

On Wednesday afternoon, The Hill’s Congress Blog published an opinion piece written by ACC President Cal Dooley in advance of President Obama’s highly anticipated jobs speech tonight. We’ve written before about federal regulations that make it more difficult for American manufacturers to expand, invest and hire in the United States. Below, Dooley offers a case […]

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California restaurant owner says business will suffer if state bans plastic foam containers

There are many voices in the debate on whether to ban plastic foam containers from California restaurants and take-out counters. Yesterday, Associated Press reporter Sheila Kumar gave small businesses a well-deserved opportunity to speak for themselves on the issue. In Kumar’s article, you’ll hear from concerned restaurant owner Gary Honeycutt, who says Sen. Alan Lowenthal’s […]

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