Written by James Stafford
This where we stand, and it's a fairly bleak view: Peak oil is almost here, and nothing new (with the possible but unlikely exception of Iraq) is coming online anytime soon and while the clock is ticking - forward movement on developing renewable energy resources has been sadly inadequate.
Written by James M. Taylor
President Barack Obama told reporters this morning he is choosing EPA Assistant Administrator Gina McCarthy, the architect of unprecedented restrictions on energy use and power generation, to become the new head of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
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Written by Zig Lambo
With its wide open plains and existing infrastructure, services and workforce, North American oil and gas development is attracting admiration around the globe—and prompting other countries to scratch beneath the surface in search of their own shale revolution. Peter Dupont, oil and gas analyst at ...
Written by Right Side News
Cupertino, CA/Washington, DC - At yesterday's annual meeting of Apple shareholders in Cupertino, California, Horace Cooper of the National Center for Public Policy Research plans to ask Apple CEO Tim Cook if the computer giant will stand firm against the adoption of mandatory sustainability ...
Written by Staff Writer Fauquier Free Citizen
At the last Board of Supervisor’s meeting on Valentine’s evening, Barrel Oaks Winery was given a legislative bouquet that was much better than the 18 fresh cut, long stem roses offered by flowers.com. They were given back their rights to free enterprisestolen from them in what one lifetime resident ...
Written by Peter Byrne
Times may be tough for energy commodities, but Encompass Fund Managers Malcolm Gissen and Marshall Berol are hard-core survivors. In this interview with The Energy Report, the dynamic duo share their tactics for winning in 2013 after decades of experience investing in uranium, oil and gas, ...
Written by James Stafford
The oil and gas game can be a tricky one for junior companies, but if played right the pay-off can be massive. At a time when juniors are risking a lot in volatile venues in the Middle East and Africa, Canada's Aroway Energy(ARW) is planting its feet firmly in homeland soil and in conventional ...
Written by Lauren Goodrich and Marc Lanthemann
The future of Russia's ability to remain a global energy supplier and the strength the Russian energy sector gives the Kremlin are increasingly in question. After a decade of robust energy exports and revenues, Russia is cutting natural gas prices to Europe while revenue projections for its energy ...
Written by Nicolas Loris
With the glut of natural gas and low gas prices in the United States, energy producers are seeking to liquefy and ship domestic natural gas to foreign markets. Exporting natural gas would provide a huge boon to the U.S. economy since it would expand market opportunities for American companies, and ...