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The Secret of the Great American Fracking Bubble
by Justin Mikulka
20 Apr 2018 at 2:29am

As a whole, the American fracking experiment has been a financial disaster for many of its investors, who have been plagued by the industry’s heavy borrowing, low returns, and bankruptcies, and the path to becoming profitable is lined with significant potential hurdles.

These States want to Make Planning a Pipeline Protest a Crime
by Natasha Geiling
19 Apr 2018 at 5:38am

As pipeline protests continue to delay and, sometimes, stop energy projects in their tracks, the fossil fuel industry and Republican lawmakers are looking for new ways to clamp down on environmental protest.

Cursed to Live in Interesting Times
by Brian Davey
19 Apr 2018 at 5:20am

In this article I connect the fall in the growth rate, with its roots in the rising costs of energy extraction and generation, to declining resilience in the economic system. These are in turn related to a more conflict ridden geo-politics.

It?s Springtime in Washington, Time for a Climate Change Update
by Joel Stronberg
19 Apr 2018 at 2:58am

I thought it helpful to provide a rundown of the remaining legislative days? events and offer a bit of commentary about what Congress and the White House/executive branch will be doing between now and November. Having some idea of what our elected leaders and representatives are likely to be up to in Capital City should help readers plan what they might want to be up to politically themselves.

Landowners Question If Pipeline Companies Seizing Land to Export Oil and Gas ...
by Julie Dermansky
18 Apr 2018 at 5:21am

The Bayou Bridge pipeline will carry oil across southern Louisiana from Lake Charles, near the Texas border, to St. James along the Mississippi River. Rosinski’s home in Arcadia Parish is west of the Atchafalaya Basin, an environmentally sensitive National Heritage Area. Construction there continues despite an ongoing legal challenge against building the pipeline through the basin.

The 2nd Law of Thermodynamics ? The Gaping Hole in the Middle of the Circular...
by Paul Mobbs
18 Apr 2018 at 5:21am

The ‘circular economy’ is, in my opinion, a ruse to make affluent consumers feel that they can keep consuming without the need to change their habits. Nothing could be further from the truth, and the central reason for that is the necessity for energy to power economic activity.

You Can?t Talk about Teacher Strikes without Talking about the Fossil Fuel In...
by Natasha Geiling
17 Apr 2018 at 2:12am

But beyond illuminating the often dismal conditions under which teachers in this country are often forced to work, the walkouts in Oklahoma and West Virginia illuminate something else ? what happens when states prioritize tax breaks for fossil fuel companies over education.

Peak Oil Review: 16 April 2018
by Tom Whipple
16 Apr 2018 at 6:04am

Oil prices rose by nearly $5 a barrel on concerns that a US and allied attack on Syrian military installations would lead to a wider war. Futures prices closed Friday at $67.39 in New York and $72.58 in London setting multi-year highs. 

What Will we Do with all those Solar Panels when their Useful Life is Over?
by Nate Berg
12 Apr 2018 at 5:33am

But the solar panels generating that power don?t last forever. The industry standard life span is about 25 to 30 years, and that means that some of the panels installed at the early end of the current boom aren?t long from being retired.

CAFE OLÉ: Auto Emission Standards and More (Part 2)
by Joel Stronberg
11 Apr 2018 at 4:36am

The pending battle between the California Air Resources Board (CARB) and the Trump administration bears following. At a minimum, the conflict will determine whether the state or the administration ends up setting the defacto national 2025 fuel efficiency standard.

Site C, Other Dams Symptoms of Broken Democracy, Says Former Regulator
by Andrew Nikiforuk
10 Apr 2018 at 4:35am

David Vardy is one of those rare individuals who believes that when a government makes a catastrophic mistake, all citizens are responsible. The 78-year-old former civil servant also argues ?that in a democracy the true patriot is the one who dissents openly and is not silenced by fear and acceptance.?

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