|Sharp on Impact of Oil Price Drop|
|Monday, November 17, 2008|
|Wall Street Journal|
RFF President Phil Sharp was among several experts in a November 17 Wall Street Journal roundup addressing options for reducing demand for oil in the wake of falling petroleum prices. He suggested using market incentives, coupled with close government oversight, to encourage efficiency gains, establish a price on carbon to restrain greenhouse gas emissions, and seriously consider imposing a "price floor" on oil in the range of $60–$65 per barrel.
|A Regulatory Conundrum|
|Saturday, November 01, 2008|
|The Environmental Forum|
RFF President Phil Sharp will appear in the November-December issue of The Environmental Forum, a publication of the Environmental Law Institute. He was invited to respond to a paper entitled "Landmarks and Land Mines: What the Past Tells Us about Crafting a Workable Climate Regime," by Bradley Campbell, former EPA regional administrator and former commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, which questioned if U.S. statutory and administrative infrastructure was up to the task of managing greenhouse gas abatement.
|The Great Energy Confusion|
|Wednesday, August 13, 2008|
Phil Sharp comments that high gas prices are serving to pull Democrats and Republicans toward the center.
|Congress is on Empty for Energy Bills|
|Friday, July 25, 2008|
Phil Sharp speaks about how Congress is responding to the energy crisis and the challenges in doing so.
|Texas Governor Fights U.S. Ethanol Rule That Raises Food Costs|
|Monday, July 21, 2008|
Phil Sharp comments on Texas's request for a waiver of a biofuels requirement rule.
|Meet the Press Transcript: July 20 Al Gore, Political Roundtable|
|Sunday, July 20, 2008|
During this episode of Meet the Press, Tom Brokaw quoted Phil Sharp on how industry has viewed Al Gore's energy goals as unattainable in the near future.
|Gore Urges Fast Energy Makeover: Power Grid Could Go Renewable in 10 Years, He Says|
|Friday, July 18, 2008|
Phil Sharp comments on the energy goals recently proposed by Al Gore and notes that many feel the goals are unattainable in the near future.
|House to Oil Companies: Use it or Lose it|
|Thursday, July 17, 2008|
Phil Sharp interprets the message being conveyed by a recent energy bill.
|A Green Coal Baron|
|Sunday, June 22, 2008|
|New York Times|
Phil Sharp is quoted several times regarding Duke Energy CEO Jim Rogers' work with environmental activists.
|Action on Climate Change Needs to Balance Energy, Environmental Policy|
|Monday, February 25, 2008|
|Platts Inside FERC|
Phil Sharp is quoted on the overlap between the climate change and energy arenas and on the length of time estimated for Congress to pass a climate change bill.
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