Europe’s Fossil Fuel Shortage

…Europe’s Fossil Fuel Shortage… Europe, with all its efforts to cut the use of fossil fuels, may be about to learn why fossil fuels are important. This is especially true for Germany, which has been the epicenter of Green, Climate Continue reading Europe’s Fossil Fuel Shortage

America’s Resource Abundance

Global NG prices

The United States is blessed with an abundance of fossil fuels, i.e., natural gas, oil and coal, providing it with a huge economic advantage. This abundance of resources which will go to waste, and force the US to become a beggar nation if the current net-zero carbon policies continue. Continue reading America’s Resource Abundance

Feeding The Crocodile

Wall Street Journal Ad

…Feeding The Crocodile… Winston Churchill, while looking at the world around him, with countries trying to avoid the oncoming disaster, said: “Each one hopes that if he feeds the crocodile enough, the crocodile will eat him last. All of them Continue reading Feeding The Crocodile

California Orchestrates Disaster

…California Orchestrates Disaster… California, in the face of considerable skepticism, continues to go down the road to grid disaster. It recently issued a multi agency report, 2021 SB 100 Joint Agency Report Achieving 100 Percent Clean Electricity in California: An Continue reading California Orchestrates Disaster

Micro Nuclear Power

…Micro Nuclear Power… Will the next step in nuclear power be micro-nuclear power plants? These are to be rated 1.5 MW, which compares with today’s operating nuclear power plants rated around 1,025 MW. It had been thought that modular reactors, rated Continue reading Micro Nuclear Power

German Floods and Climate Change

Record of Flooding Danube

…German Floods and Climate Change… Recent floods in Germany, with considerable loss of life, are tragic. Politicians, environmentalists, and the media, all condemned CO2 induced climate change as the cause of flooding. Any objective person, however, would recognize that this Continue reading German Floods and Climate Change