Grading My 2016 Predictions

Almost a year ago I made my 2016 energy predictions (see “My 2016 Energy Predictions.”) I have been making annual predictions for nearly a decade […]

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The Top 10 Energy Stories Of 2016

A lot happened in the energy sector in 2016, with two major stories leading the way. Both the surprising election of Donald Trump to the […]

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OPEC’s Announced Production Cuts Are A Big Deal

By now you have undoubtedly heard that late last month at OPEC’s 171st Ordinary Meeting in Vienna, the group announced that it would reduce output […]

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20 Billion Barrels Of Oil Were Not Discovered In The Permian Basin

Some readers may have noticed that I haven’t been posting as many articles here as I have in the past, but it’s simply because I […]

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20 Billion Barrels Of Oil Was Not Discovered In The Permian Basin

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Ethanol From Carbon Dioxide Is Still A Losing Proposition

If I told you that I had created a process to extract pure gold from seawater, you might deem it an amazing accomplishment. If I […]

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As Arctic Ocean ice disappears, the global climate impacts intensify

Yale Environment 360: The news last week that summer ice covering the Arctic Ocean was tied for the second-lowest extent on record is a sobering […]

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Climate impact on crops will hit poorest

Climate News Network: More than half of all the world’s maize crops and around a third of all wheat and rice will be grown in […]

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Warmer waters might prevent baby lobsters from surviving

Associated Press: Baby lobsters might not be able to survive in the ocean’s waters if the ocean continues to warm at the expected rate. […]

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Limiting the planet to 1.5° of warming is crucial, but it won’t be easy

Scientific American: Astonishment was universal last December when the Paris Agreement on climate change included the aspiration to limit warming to 1.5° C above pre-industrial […]

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