Saudi Arabia Capitulates

In August 2015, Saudi Arabia declared war on shale oil development in the United States. In October 2016, Saudi Arabia capitulated. As in any conflict, there have been casualties. Perhaps 60 U.S. drilling companies have declared bankruptcy. Stock prices of Continue reading Saudi Arabia Capitulates

VP Biden in Europe Supports Fracking

Speaking in Stockholm, Vice President Biden warned Europe against the proposed Nord Stream-2 pipeline that would bring more Russian gas to Germany. The existing 745-mile long underwater Nord Stream Pipeline, under the Baltic, brings large quantities of Russian natural gas Continue reading VP Biden in Europe Supports Fracking

Censorship at Colleges

What’s being taught in colleges and universities about energy and energy issues? This is the third article on this subject. While the previous two articles discussed college professors in general, and the Great Courses specifically, this will highlight professors at Continue reading Censorship at Colleges

Wall Street Journal Drinks Kool-Aid

An article in the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) misleads readers into thinking wind provides cheap electricity. Texas is an ideal location for the use of wind and solar for generating electricity, perhaps one of the best areas in the country. Continue reading Wall Street Journal Drinks Kool-Aid

How Outlawing Fracking Would Hurt Americans

The Democrat party platform calls for outlawing fracking wherever states have done so. What would be the effect on Americans if fracking was outlawed? To determine what would happen to Americans if fracking was outlawed, it’s necessary to view the Continue reading How Outlawing Fracking Would Hurt Americans

Full Court Press to Kill Fracking

Radical environmentalists are doing their best to create fear about fracking and to inflame the public so as to outlaw fracking in the United States and the UK. The latest effort has reached as far as the UK, where anti-fracking Continue reading Full Court Press to Kill Fracking