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  • Subtitle: A Bit of Gathering Into Groups Gives Good Results by: Roger Sowell (1) Background: Much discussion, and much misinformation, is had over the price of electricity in the US, and many other areas of the world...
  • Would anyone still like to claim renewable energy can't power our world? It may take a while, but America is getting more and more of its energy from renewables, according to data from the United States Energy Information...
  • Would anyone still like to claim renewable energy can't power our world? It may take a while, but America is getting more and more of its energy from renewables, according to data from the United States Energy Information...
  • Thirty-Eight Years Of Subsidies Fri, 6 Nov 15, 11:29am
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach On April 18, 1977, President Jimmy Carter announced his new energy policy. His speech included the following predictions of a dire future unless we repented of our evil ways: I know that some...
  • New information released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) suggests that fracking in America is more bust than boom. The controversial method of extracting natural gas from shale rock formations via hydraulic...
  • Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach In early 2013, the US Energy Information Agency (EIA) released their new figures for the “levelized cost” of new power plants...
  • The High Cost of Free Energy Fri, 5 Jul 13, 3:16am
    Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach I will take as my departure point the following rather depressing chart from the US Energy Information Agency (EIA). It shows the rise in US electricity prices since 2001: Figure 1. Increase...
  • There is often quite a debate in the Peak Oil community over the difference between a reserve and a resource. Simplistically a resource is, for the sake of discussion, the amount of oil that is in the ground in a certain...
  • There is often quite a debate in the Peak Oil community over the difference between a reserve and a resource. Simplistically a resource is the amount of, for the sake of discussion, oil that is in the ground in a certain...
  • News of the future was, in my youth, something that one found by crossing the palm of a lady in a dark tent with a piece or two of silver (or the modern equivalent) at one of the fairs that came to town...
  • Fifty years ago I began my undergraduate studies at the University of Leeds in the UK. It is not something I particularly dwell on, but the stories out of Beijing this week, describing the air pollution in the Chinese capital,...
  • The world will burn around 1.2 billion more tons of coal per year in 2017 than it does today — an amount equal to the current coal consumption of Russia and the United States combined. Today’s Climatewire (subscription...
  • Oil Watch: Drill Baby Drill Wed, 30 Jan 13, 8:53pm
    Executive summary In January 1995 there was a total of 1738 oil and gas rigs drilling globally (excluding the former Soviet Union (FSU)). By February 2012 that number had more than doubled to 3850. Global C+C+NGL production...
  • Executive Summary Oil production and consumption data reported by JODI (Joint Organisations Data Initiative) is reported to JODI by national governments giving us reason to believe that this may be the most reliable data...
  • The Oil Drum staff wishes a merry Christmas to all in our readership community. We are on a brief hiatus in this period, and will be back with our regular publications early in the new year. In the meantime we present the...
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