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Llewellyn King

WH Chronicle

Contributor since: 29 Sep 2011

Llewellyn King

Llewellyn King is the executive producer and host of "White House Chronicle" on PBS. His e-mail address is lking@kingpublishing.com

Latest articles from Llewellyn

  • Utilities Stumbling Into A New Dawn

    Published 10 March 2015 | viewed 4,967 times

    Conventional wisdom says that companies should stick to their core business. But what happens when the core is changing and it's no longer a reliable…

  • Mystery Of The Adviser Who Turned Obama Against Keystone XL

    Published 02 March 2015 | viewed 7,219 times

    In medieval courts, the legendary question was, “Who advises the king?” In Washington we ask this very real question, “Who’s advising him?” Washington believes in…

  • Electric Utilities Face A Disruptive Future

    Published 28 January 2015 | viewed 18,902 times

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  • Natural Gas Threatens U.S. Nuclear Future

    Published 29 December 2014 | viewed 19,295 times

    This will be an unhappy new year for Vernon, a small town in the state of Vermont. It is losing its economic mainstay. The owner…

  • The Great South China Sea Hydrocarbon Grab

    Published 08 December 2014 | viewed 23,944 times

    In all of the struggles for territory in history, none has been quite as ambitious or unusual as a country trying to steal a whole…

  • The End of the Crisis for Now: America Is Awash in Energy

    Published 27 October 2014 | viewed 16,404 times

    Across America, something unusual is happening on main streets, in suburban strips, and at country stores: workers are lowering the prices on the signs for…

  • The World’s Most Dangerous Dams

    Published 25 August 2014 | viewed 68,309 times

    Hydroelectric dams are a nifty way of producing a huge amount of power, but they do not last forever. This is a tale of two…

  • Why France Isn't Intimidated By Nuclear Waste

    Published 30 June 2014 | viewed 11,193 times

    In decades to come, scholars may well puzzle on America’s attitude to nuclear energy. We love our nuclear defense capacity: its weapons, its submarines, and…

  • Ocean Power Rides the Green Wave

    Published 16 June 2014 | viewed 7,362 times

    Summer is coming in the Northern Hemisphere and tens of millions of us have plans to flock to the beaches. As we frolic along the…

  • Visegrad Group Urges U.S. To Hasten LNG Exports

    Published 05 May 2014 | viewed 10,498 times

    The trouble with gas is that it is not as easy to move around as oil, which is a problem, because it’s on the verge…

  • Schlesinger, America's First Energy Secretary, Dies

    Published 31 March 2014 | viewed 5,861 times

    James Rodney Schlesinger was assistant director of the Bureau of the Budget, chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, director of the CIA, secretary of defense,…

  • Obama Abandons Another Nuclear Waste Solution

    Published 20 March 2014 | viewed 6,146 times

    President Obama plans to attend the Nuclear Security Summit in The Hague on March 24-25. He has long professed a keen interest in reducing the…

  • Solar Power Threatening Future for U.S. Electric Utilities

    Published 15 March 2014 | viewed 16,614 times

    A persistent warning light is flashing for U.S. electric utilities. The utilities -- big and small, for- and not-for-profit -- are facing serious disruptive technology.…

  • Will the U.S. Follow the U.K. Into Power Shortages?

    Published 19 February 2014 | viewed 15,985 times

    As Britain endeavors to build new nuclear power plants to avert an electric crisis in 20 years -- with the retirement of nearly all the…

  • Government Will Need to Save Nuclear in the U.S.

    Published 05 February 2014 | viewed 10,091 times

    Who is going to finance advanced drugs? Who is going to guarantee the electric supply in 30 years? Whisper this: It will be the government.In…

  • Europe and Its Slippery Energy Slope

    Published 02 December 2013 | viewed 18,797 times

    BRATISLAVA, Slovakia -- Europe, at present the world's largest market and largest economic bloc, is in decline and living standards are in danger. That was…

  • A Civics Lesson on Government-Private Collaboration

    Published 26 November 2013 | viewed 8,281 times

    The world is awash in natural gas and, to a somewhat lesser extent, in oil. This is due to the controversial but hugely effective technology…

  • Carbon Capture Gets a Big Boost in Washington

    Published 13 November 2013 | viewed 4,529 times

    Forty years ago, America and its allies were paralyzed by the Arab oil embargo, which followed the Yom Kippur War. It concentrated the international mind…

  • Nuclear Power Gets Hope from New Radiation Data

    Published 30 October 2013 | viewed 8,116 times

    Can we learn to love radiation? Maybe not, but if we understood it better, we might not be so damned scared of it – a…

  • Nuclear Power Finds Small Beautiful

    Published 20 August 2013 | viewed 7,502 times

    To build a car, basically you need a wheel at each corner, after which you can do what you like. Flexibility comes in how you…

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