Category Archives: natural gas

Europe Energy Crisis To Spread

Bloomberg: “This winter, the world will be fighting over something that’s invisible, yet rarely so vital—and in alarmingly shorter supply. Nations are more reliant than ever on natural gas to heat homes and power industries amid efforts to quit coal … Continue reading

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Great Britain’s Winter Fears

Way back in 2011, we linked to an article by Bryan Preston titled “UK electricity CEO: Get used to not having any electricity, suckas!” Mr. Preston said at the time, “Steve Hollliday is the UK’s power czar, basically. He’s the … Continue reading

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Industrial wind is a “flexible” electricity generator – for all the wrong reasons.

This exchange between Melissa Francis of the Fox Business Channel and Denise Bode of the American Wind Energy Association is an instant classic.  The interview is titled Wind Energy Tax Credit a Help or Distorting the Market? and can be … Continue reading

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“Gas will be the world’s dominant fuel for most of the next century.”

Take a moment to read an interesting commentary by the UK’s Matt Ridley, aka “The Rational Optimist” – Gas against Wind.

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Will Harry Reid leave “the Pickens church,” now that the “pastor” is gone?

In his Wall Street Journal commentary yesterday, Robert Bryce noted that “After 30 months, countless TV appearances, and $80 million spent on an extravagant PR campaign, T. Boone Pickens has finally admitted the obvious: The wind energy business isn’t a … Continue reading

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