Radicals Against Natural Gas

For years, radical environmentalists have been against the Keystone pipeline, because it would transport oil from Canadian, Tar Sands where, they claim, more CO2 is emitted during the production of oil than from traditional methods. They have been against fracking, Continue reading Radicals Against Natural Gas

Natural Gas Bonanza from Hydrates

The article, Do We Have Enough Natural Gas?, established that the United States has technically recoverable reserves that will last for decades, even with increased usage for coal to gas switching and some LNG exports. The question remains whether LNG Continue reading Natural Gas Bonanza from Hydrates

Assessing Energy Policy

As the year ends and we look forward to 2013, it’s time to assess the extent to which fear of CO2 induced global warming is affecting energy policy. It’s probably also worthwhile looking at the latest thoughts concerning CO2 emissions. Continue reading Assessing Energy Policy