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

Special Report, Green Nightmare for Americans

Special Report- Green Nightmare

…Special Report, Green Nightmare for Americans… The preceding three articles have been edited and combined into a single special report. The report can be downloaded using this link https://bit.ly/33ekRH7  The report provides an accurate depiction of why it is foolhardy Continue reading Special Report, Green Nightmare for Americans

America! We Have a Problem – The Green Nightmare – Part 2: The Coal, Natural Gas and Supply Problems

Power Problems

…America! We Have a Problem – The Green Nightmare – Part 2: The Coal, Natural Gas and Supply Problems… This graphic depicts the current sources of electricity supply for the United States, and how much more electricity must be produced Continue reading America! We Have a Problem – The Green Nightmare – Part 2: The Coal, Natural Gas and Supply Problems

WSJ Joins Fake Media

ERCOT Chart of Reserve Margins Published December 2020

Over the past several week the WSJ has published a number of articles promoting the policies of the left, such as the Green New Deal and catastrophic climate change. 

These were in the news portion of the paper, and presumably the Editorial Pages would remain conservative.
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Natural Gas Power Plants – Including Data from Texas

Hourly net generation by energy source

Natural gas combined cycle power plants are more efficient than wind and solar power plants. Nearly twice as many wind turbines must be built to get the same amount of electricity as a natural gas or nuclear power plant.
Natural gas power plants are the least expensive to build.
Natural gas, nuclear and coal-fired power plants are baseload power that provide electricity 24/7 365 days per year.
Texas pipelines replaced efficient small gas turbine compressor stations with electric motors that had power cut off during load shedding.
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