- Squeezing Iran’s oil exports is the right thing to do, but not because the oil market is “loose”
- Quarantining Iran’s Oil Exports Makes Sense No Matter How Loose the Global Oil Market Is
- Kampuchea MD, my home
- Preventing Iran could be bad for oil prices, but a nuclear Iran would be worse
- Chatham House note on US energy policy and my (Republican side) response
- Time to Tighten the Noose on Iran (FT)
- Never did, never will
- The benefits of reduced energy imports are real, attractive, and worth securing….but also limited.
- Correcting the record on my view of carbon taxes
- How to handle oil price volatility
Author Archives: Bob McNally
Picking up on the subject of my last post, I fully support ratcheting up sanctions to cut off Iran’s oil exports. Sanctions do-date have not stopped Iran’s march toward nuclear weapons. Before resorting to military options we should give coercive … Continue reading
Bravo to these distinguished folks who recently called for sanctions that would cut Iran’s oil exports. In a similar vein, last June I wrote an FT opinion editorial calling for a quarantine of Iran’s oil exports offset by higher OPEC … Continue reading
When the Washington Post calls a state out for veering far to the left, that’s saying something.
Matthew Kroenig and I wrote an essay in the new issue of The American Interest examining the overlooked consequences for oil markets, economic growth and political stability should Tehran acquire a nuclear capability. We concluded they range from “severely jarring … Continue reading
Chatham House is doing a series on post-election US policies and its energy note went out last week. They asked me to write a Republican response. Both are here. The Democratic response should appear next week.
My piece in the Financial Times is here.
Today’s In the Pipeline email described me as supporting an “explicit price on carbon.” [Ahem....] Let me clarify for the record: I have not, do not now, and will not support an explicit price on carbon. Those who know me, … Continue reading
Dan Yergin has a very good piece today in the NYT describing the unambiguous benefits the US derives from surging domestic oil and gas production. Higher domestic energy production and reduced oil import dependence will confer major economic and employment … Continue reading
I was misquoted in a National Journal article this week (“Carbon Conversations:Some policymakers believe that corporate tax reform will provide an opportunity to reach a long-elusive deal on carbon emissions. Just don’t call it a tax,” by Coral Davenport, National … Continue reading