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Paul Crovo

Paul Crovo

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Paul Crovo currently works as an energy analyst for a major financial institution in Philadelphia, and is a Policy Advisor to The Heartland Institute.

Paul has followed the energy industry for nearly 30 years in his line of work and over the last several years has expanded his research to include the area of climate change science. Early in his career he became an active member in the National Association of Petroleum Analysts (NAPIA) and remains part of the organization today.

He is an active participant in many local Tea Party events and has written extensively for local media on issues of energy policy and climate change. Paul lives with his wife and two children in Furlong, Pennsylvania.

Recent Articles and Publications

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November 20, 2017
By Tim Huelskamp, Ph.D., Isaac Orr, H. Sterling Burnett, Bette Grande, Tom Harris, Patrick Moore, Paul Crovo, James H. Rust, Alan Carlin
" Thanks to President Donald Trump and Environmental Protection Agency head Scott Pruitt, no longer do fake environmental concerns hold up projects such as these." - Tim Huelskamp
February 8, 2017
By Bette Grande, Tim Benson, Walter Cunningham, Isaac Orr, H. Sterling Burnett, James H. Rust, Paul Crovo
"This is a common-sense approval that is long overdue. This pipeline will make it easier for domestic oil producers to compete in a global marketplace." - Isaac Orr
February 5, 2016
By Jay Lehr, Tim Benson, H. Sterling Burnett, Isaac Orr, Marita Noon, James H. Rust, Paul Crovo
President Barack Obama has proposed a tax of $10 on every barrel of oil as part of his 2017 budget. The proceeds, says the White House, will go toward transportation projects and to fund the president’s climate change programs.
September 24, 2015
By H. Sterling Burnett, James H. Rust, Marc Morano, Richard J. Trzupek, Paul Crovo, Paul Driessen, Craig Idso, Kenneth Haapala
Pope Francis today delivered a speech before Congress that touched on many issues, including his concern that modern industrial society is doing irreparable harm to the planet.

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