Heritage.Org: Domain DB Profile

This profile page summarizes all known activity of the domain Heritage.Org related to Carbon Capture/Carbon Sequestration. This domain may have published content supporting this topic, against it, or in a separate context: this biographical entry simply demarks this domain as having published content suggesting contextual association with Carbon Capture/Carbon Sequestration.

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All Media Count   35
News Count (W/Clustered)   32 (91.43%)
Distinct Stories   31
Blog Count   2 (5.71%)
Tweet Count   0 (0.00%)
Shared Tweet Count   0
Links Tweeted   0
Combined Tone   2.01
Combined Polarization   8.67
Combined Activity   0.75
Combined Personalization   0.75
News Tone   2.06
Blog Tone   1.27
Tweet Tone   0
First Seen   3/31/2009
Last Seen   9/23/2013
News/Social Ratio  91.43%
Attention/Loyalty  32 / 3132 days (1.02%)
Domain Type   News
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Related People

The following names occur in articles from this domain:

Nicolas D Loris   28.57% (10)
Matt Streit   20.00% (7)
David W Kreutzer   20.00% (7)
Elizabeth F Lincicome   20.00% (7)
Barack Obama   20.00% (7)

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Related Organizations

The following organizations occur in articles from this domain:

Heritage Foundation   97.14% (34)
Environmental Protection Agency   62.86% (22)
Thomas A Roe Institute For Economic Policy   34.29% (12)
Department Of Energy   25.71% (9)
Congressional Budget Office   25.71% (9)

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Related Countries
The following countries occur in articles from this domain:
United States   11.43% (29)
India   11.43% (5)
China   11.43% (4)
Netherlands   11.43% (2)
Russia   11.43% (1)

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Related Global Regions

The following regions worldwide occur in articles from this domain:

Ad Daw?Ah, Qatar   2.86% (1)
China (General), China   2.86% (1)
Beijing, China   2.86% (1)
Zhejiang, China   2.86% (1)
Kyoto, Japan   2.86% (1)

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Related US States

The following US states occur in articles from this domain:

Washington, United States   31.43% (11)
District Of Columbia, United States   31.43% (11)
California, United States   17.14% (6)
Illinois, United States   14.29% (5)
Idaho, United States   11.43% (4)

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Outlet Location Countries

United States   11.43% (32)



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Top News Outlets

Articles from this domain tend to be republished by the following news outlets:

Heritage.Org   88.57% (31)
Eurasiareview.Com   2.86% (1)

Top Blogs

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Heritage.Org   5.71% (2)

News Articles

All 32 news articles:


Congress Should Stop Regulations of Greenhouse Gases

...... newest, most efficient, super-critical power plant in West Virginia emits 1,700 pounds per megawatt hour.[4] The only way for new coal-fired plants to meet the regulation is with carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) technology, which has challenges in terms of scalability, liquid CO 2 storage, and cost. The fact that the Clean Air Act stipulates that new source performance standards must ......

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Tone: 2.12%
Pol: 8.37%
Act: 20.52%
Per: 0.09%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Climate Policy: Economic Impact and Cost of Obama's Climate Action Plan

...... 2012, the EPA proposed a rule that would prohibit new power plants from emitting more than 1,000 pounds of carbon dioxide per megawatt of electricity generated. Without the addition of carbon capture and sequestration, a prohibitively costly and technologically challenging requirement,[4] the regulation would effectively ban the construction of new coal-fired plants.[5] Whether the final rule ......

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Tone: 0.97%
Pol: 7.77%
Act: 22.97%
Per: 0.62%
Que: 0.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Global Economic Impact of Global Warming Policy

...... especially from coal-fired power plants; and offsetting emissions with verifiable and permanent carbon reductions elsewhere[7] Although more generous toward nuclear capacity, carbon capture, and offsets than our analysis at The Heritage Foundation, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) analysis of the LiebermanWarner bill did not use the much highertherefore the less ......

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Tone: 0.84%
Pol: 8.88%
Act: 18.89%
Per: 0.34%
Que: 1.55%
Exc: 0.00%

Ernest Moniz: In His Own Words

...... to provide energy services for nine to 10 billion people by mid-century. We better have a bridge to somewhereand that somewhere is ultimately zero-carbon sources like nuclear, carbon sequestration and renewable energy.[1] De-carbonizing America's energy use through regulation, carbon taxes, and subsidies would indeed be a game changerbut for its adverse effects on American families, not for ......

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Tone: 2.40%
Pol: 9.97%
Act: 24.11%
Per: 0.31%
Que: 2.00%
Exc: 0.00%

Hydraulic Fracturing: Critical For Energy Production, Jobs, And Economic Growth - Analysis Eurasia Review

...... small earthquakes (some felt, some not) at more frequent rates from far fewer projects.[21] The study also warns that continuously injecting carbon dioxide at high pressures (carbon capture and sequestration from coal plants) could induce earthquakes of higher magnitudes.[22] Seismic activity as a result of underground activity is also not a new phenomenon. The U.S. Department of ......

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Tone: 2.26%
Pol: 6.92%
Act: 23.04%
Per: 0.20%
Que: 2.46%
Exc: 0.00%
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The Waxman--Markey Global Warming Bill: Is the Economic Pain <b>...</b>

...... from the Environmental Protection Agency, invariably involve one or more far-fetched assumptions to get the costs down. In EPA's case they make rather optimistic assumptions about carbon capture and sequestration and nuclear power, they assume very modest economic growth out of line with the rest of the administration's projections, and they use a high discount rate to come up with a lower ......

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Tone: 1.89%
Pol: 8.02%
Act: 24.73%
Per: 1.80%
Que: 8.11%
Exc: 0.00%

The Economic Impact of Waxman-Markey

...... ton of credit), and likely increase in demand, the initial price of $20 per ton is conservative. After the first five years, this price increases by the expected rate of inflation. Carbon Capture and Storage. One hope for those who want to see continued access to U.S. coal reserves is carbon capture and storage (CCS) technology. The intent is to remove CO2 from the effluent before emission. ......

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Tone: 0.65%
Pol: 7.44%
Act: 21.13%
Per: 0.00%
Que: 2.44%
Exc: 0.00%


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