Peak Oil is when predicted future production peaks and starts to decline. The experts have been consistently wrong about it – and are again. As Yogi said:”It’s hard to make predictions. Especially about the future.” The USGS expert says past predictions have been wrong because it’s hard to predict “changes in technology — i.e., the […]
“Then, the steam engine was invented, access to powerful yet inexpensive energy began, the industrial revolution took off, and the world never looked back.” Hey, might be something to cheap energy = economic growth. Hello, Mississippi Power and Kemper, did you get the message?
Another “forward looking” energy project. Just the right size for one of for Entergy’s “forward looking” utility-scale solar projects. Great combination.
The Shale Drilling Revolution Ashby Foote | March 28, 2016 Lost among the calamities in the Middle East, North Africa and Japan is some of the best news in decades for the energy sector. America, like Jed Clampett of old, finds itself sitting on a new found bonanza of natural gas and oil reserves. These […]