True success stories are often hard to find, but Gov. Mary Fallin and legislative leaders deserve praise for fostering strong growth in the use of clean-burning natural gas vehicles in Oklahoma.
   
  December 2015 marks a possible turning point in human history, as leaders from 195 countries around the world gathered in Paris to reach an agreement on addressing the threats of global climate change.
 
  This year, Bloomberg New Energy Finance has put together a detailed report on our nation’s energy outlook, highlighting the simultaneous growth in natural gas, investments in renewables and the US economy.
   
  This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Central Oklahoma Clean Cities Coalition. It was established by the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments, Oklahoma Department of Commerce, Oklahoma State Energy Office and U.S. Department of Energy.
 
  I hope President Barack Obama, in his State of the Union Address, announces an energy plan that will help restart the world’s economies in 2016.
   
  Over the past year, the global gas industry has sought to harness the insights of its experts for presentation to the upcoming 21st Conference of the Parties to the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP21).
 
   
       
   
       
 
     
 
  In his opening remarks at the Paris climate conference, President Obama stated, "We have proved that strong economic growth and a safer environment no longer have to conflict with one another."
   
  Speaking at the United Nations climate summit in Paris this month, Gov. Jerry Brown said that tackling “short-lived climate pollutants is probably the most immediate challenge, and the most important thing to do leaving this conference.”
 
  Indiana is among the top 10 states in the nation for public compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations. Yet many people are still unfamiliar with how alternative fuels can benefit them.
   
  For years, New Mexicans have said we’ve got it all when it comes to energy — oil, gas, coal, geothermal, solar, wind — and now we have a new energy policy that reflects this.
 
  There’s a question I get often when it comes to leadership. The question is this: “What makes a great leader?” It’s simple. Be willing to make decisions and accept the consequences.
   
  Presidential candidate Jeb Bush recently laid out his vision for America’s energy future. Not coincidentally, Mr. Bush made this announcement in the heart of the Marcellus shale region.
 
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