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Saudis No Longer Willing To Compensate For OPEC+ Cheaters

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As the highly-anticipated OPEC meeting…

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Investors Unconcerned with Chevron's $8.6 Billion Pollution Fine

Investors Unconcerned with Chevron's $8.6 Billion Pollution Fine

Feb 22, 2011 at 09:19 | Christopher Cundy

An Ecuadorian court has a slim chance of enforcing an $8.6 billion pollution fine against Chevron, according to one lawyer, and investors seem unconcerned with the development. On Monday, a…

Carbon Emissions Could Cost $8 Trillion Over the Next 20 Years

Carbon Emissions Could Cost $8 Trillion Over the Next 20 Years

Feb 21, 2011 at 08:40 | Graham Cooper

The economic cost of carbon emissions over the next 20 years could amount to $8 trillion, according to a study by investment consultants Mercer. This is what will happen if…

Can Zero Point Energy Gain Credibility?

Can Zero Point Energy Gain Credibility?

Feb 21, 2011 at 08:26 | Brian Westenhaus

There is a lot of activity in Zero Point Energy around the world.  In the U.S. it remains an oddball or unscientific field.  In other places the science is taken…

Synthetic Petrol Causing Ecological Concerns in Iran

Synthetic Petrol Causing Ecological Concerns in Iran

Feb 17, 2011 at 08:02 | IWPR

Tehran says it is becoming self-sufficient in petrol, in the hope of warding off the pain of further economic sanctions. But the effort has many detractors inside Iran, who say…

Environmentalists Damaging US Economy and Job Growth

Environmentalists Damaging US Economy and Job Growth

Feb 17, 2011 at 07:43 | Business Insider

If President Obama is serious about smoothing the path for U.S. businesses, he should take up reading the newspaper. Not a day goes by that he wouldn’t find opportunities aplenty…

Stand Up to NIMBY - and Create Jobs

Stand Up to NIMBY - and Create Jobs

Feb 15, 2011 at 08:23 | Llewellyn King

In Britain, they call it “DADA.” It means Decide. Announce. Defend. Abandon. In America we call it “NIMBY” — “not in my back yard.” It applies to all kinds of…

A Very Unfriendly Note on Electric Deregulation

A Very Unfriendly Note on Electric Deregulation

Feb 15, 2011 at 07:59 | Ferdinand E. Banks

Some years ago I was engaged in a half-serious one-man crusade to stop electric deregulation in Sweden. As with most one-man or one-woman crusades, it was doomed to failure; but…

Large Oil tanker Seized by Somali Pirates – Military Action Not Far Off

Large Oil tanker Seized by Somali Pirates – Military Action Not Far Off

Feb 11, 2011 at 10:37 | Bruce Krasting

The Somalian pirates seized another big ship the other day. This time it was a large oil tanker. I spoke with a friend who owns ships and lives in Athens…

In the Head of Energy Secretary Chu

In the Head of Energy Secretary Chu

Feb 05, 2011 at 11:38 | Ferdinand E. Banks

As most readers of this short paper probably know, Dr Steven Chu is the energy secretary of the United States, a physicist, and a Nobel Laureate. Discovery Magazine, in its…

North America’s Bounty of Unconventional Hydrocarbons

North America’s Bounty of Unconventional Hydrocarbons

Feb 04, 2011 at 09:11 | Al Fin

North America contains a huge portion of global hydrocarbons, when unconventionals are taken into account. As the price of oil creeps ever higher over time, engineers and technologists are developing…

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