Category Archives: Oil and gas

The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels

Paul Driessen makes a good case. Here’s a review of a book by Epstein repeating the arguments.

Continue reading

Pipelines are safer

Well I suppose no one noticed–trains run on tracks and wheels and sometimes things go wrong.

Pipes just sit there. When something hits and breaks them it’s easy enough to stop the flow.

No fires.

Continue reading

Fracking project in Utah on hold

Well one would expect such a thing, gasoline at the pump in our area is down more than 30%.

Market prices are related to demand and supply, that’s the way the market works to the advantage of the people.

Continue reading

Driessen on divestment demands by silly college students and their noisy allies.

What do you expect of college students who have time on their hands a tremedous opinion of themselves–they try to pressure their schools on investment choices.

Continue reading

KillTheDrill – Offshore (kinda), but deepwater drilling?

Hat tip to M. Malkin for sending this out today.

Fracking is a game changer, Saudis may have to go to work

Saudis don’t work much–they bring in slaves and indentured foreigners.

Continue reading

Another endangered species

Canadian cowboys are finding better things to do than punch cows.  Continue reading