Category Archives: Oil and gas

Hubbert’s Peak supporters take another hit–supergiant gas field discovered in the Mediterranean Sea.

The Mediterranean? Consider that–all along, right under their feet.

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Marita discusses oil prices v. gas prices–lack of syncrony

It’s about refinery capacity and distribution.

A more complete explanation by Marita–a great essayist, who puts out good stuff every week.

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Judas Goats in oil, gas, coal–leading the industries to the slaughter house

Viv Forbes is a geologist, but he also tends sheep.

He draws a great parallel.

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Why the Oil Export Ban needs to go

Good for the US and for our allies.

Bad for Russia and the oil cartel.

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Mexico takes Gulf Oil and Gas Private? Wow.

This could be a game changer for Mexico’s economy.

Allowing for private participation as opposed to the old PEMEX gov

  • monopoly?
  • http://www.ncpa.org/sub/dpd/index.php?Article_ID=25854&utm_source=newsletter&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=DPD

    Ross Pomeroy blows up some petrol myths

    Well he uses Oil as the take off point.

    Very nice.

    I would emphasize his point about fossil fuels–dinosaurs are not the decaying carbon that makes fossil fuels–it’s plant life.

    Other myths busted are worth the effort.

    http://www.realclearscience.com/blog/2015/06/five_myths_about_oil.html

    The reports of fracking’s demise are greatly exaggerated

    I have some friends who run a companies or have investments in exploration for oil and gas. They remain optimistic that Saudi and Russian efforts to dampen fracking enthusiasm are not working.

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