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Top 5 Figures Influencing Renewable Energy in the U.S.
As Oilprice.com embarks on its Top 5 series, we thought it expedient to begin with our take on the key figures shaping and influencing U.S. renewable energy efforts, not least because the issue of energy security is being prioritized in campaigning ahead of U.S. presidential elections.
Report Finds that Fracking Causes Earthquakes, but doesn’t Recommend a Ban
The IPCC May Have Outlived its Usefulness - An Interview with Judith Curry
As the global warming debate increases in its intensity we find both sides deeply entrenched, hurling accusations and lies at one another in an attempt to gain the upper hand. This divide within the scientific community has left the public wondering who can be trusted to provide them with accurate information and answers.
Politics and Peak Energy – Have we Reached the Tipping Point
On January 18, 2010, during the discussion of the Global Energy Outlook panel of the World Economic Forum held in Davos, Switzerland, Mr. Peter Voser, President and CEO of Royal Dutch Shell, pointed out the potential of natural gas that has consistently been downplayed throughout the world as a substantial source of future energy supply.
Strained Relations Between the US and PRC: But Both Remain Careful
While the focus today is far more on health care and far less on cap and trade, the bill is slowly inching along, having passed the house and having had positive news surrounding the talks that took place Thursday in a key Senate committee. What is hurt by Cap and Trade? Nonrenewable energy. What will benefit?