January 2, 2012

6 Myths About Global And U.S. Energy

Walter Kurtz, Seeking Alpha

At times politicians, bloggers, and even financial professionals make comments about U.S. domestic and global energy issues that are factually inaccurate. When you are having a cocktail at the New Year's Eve party in a week, ask around what people think about energy dependence, production, global supplies, etc. and you may hear some of the following six myths. . .

Read Full Article ››

TAGGED: Global Energy Consumption, U.S. Energy Policy, Seeking Alpha

RECOMMENDED ARTICLES

October 17, 2013
Oil Prices Would Skyrocket w/out U.S. Shale
James Clad, The Hill
Unheralded and unnoticed, American oil producers are helping stabilize global oil prices, which would be a lot higher if new U.S. oil supply, mostly from shale, weren’t reaching world markets. . . more ››
October 21, 2013
Global Coal's Dirty Little Takeover Secret
Joao Peixe, OilPrice.com
Much to the dismay of the environment and despite global renewable energy efforts, coal is set to overtake oil as the world's main source of energy by 2020, according to a recent report. . . more ››
October 25, 2013
Efficiency Bill Brought Back From the Dead
Alex Brown, Nat'l Journal
Senate leaders and industry groups have a plan to revive the energy-efficiency bill that stalled in the upper chamber last month amid a flurry of unrelated amendments. . . more ››
For decades, the lack of a sensible U.S. transportation fuels policy hampered our ability to develop alternatives to oil’s stranglehold on the market. That all changed when the Renewable Fuel Standard was implemented in George... more ››