May 8, 2012 Archives
RealClearEnergy Afternoon EditionFalling Oil Prices: A Blip Or A Hint Of The Future?
- Corey Flintoff, NPRHow US Utilities Can Avoid a Risky $2 Trillion Bet
- Mindy Lubber, ForbesBig Coal Tries to Frantically Save Itself
- David Roberts, GristBeware of Federalized Fracking
- Robert Bradley, Washington ExaminerRenewable Revolution: It's Really Coming
- Susan Kraemer, Earth TechlingObama Gains as Gas Prices Blunt GOP Attack
- Mike Dorning, BusinessWeekBig Oil Goes Data Mining
- Jessica Leber, MIT Technology ReviewWas the CBO Sniffing Gas Fumes?
- Deron Lovaas, Energy Collective
RealClearEnergy Morning EditionMcClendon: Poster Boy for Bad Governance
- Suzanne McGee, Fiscal TimesAn Economic Analysis of Fracking
- Ed Dolan, OilPrice.comWhat Drives a Global Future for Natural Gas?
- Peter Gardett, AOL EnergyIs Shale Gas Hype Subprime Meltdown 2.0?
- Yves Smith, EconoMonitorWhy We Need to Terminate Wind Subsidies
- Paul Driessen, TownHallWhy Do We Have So Many Energy Subsidies?
- Ryan Randazzo, AZ RepublicWhat Happened to First Solar?
- Kevin Bullis, MIT Technology ReviewThe Future of Cleantech? Try Hacking Code
- Martin LaMonica, CNETMitt Romney's EPA Would Likely Look Familiar
- Erica Martinson, PoliticoWill French Elections Affect U.S. Energy Policies?
- Ken Silverstein, EBPutin Is a Brute. But Is He Bad for Business?
- Steve LeVine, Foreign PolicyPutin's Power Play: Forging a New Energy Bloc
- Matthew Hulbert, ForbesEffects of Arab Awakening on the Global Oil
- Yasser Al-Saleh, Arab NewsGoodbye Nuclear Power -- And Hello More Carbon?
- Bryan Walsh, TimeTaking a Ride on a Coal-Fueled Plane
- Tony Moore, Brisbane TimesAt NASCAR & On YouTube: Big Coal vs. Obama
- Jim Snyder, BloombergThe Daily Energy
- Today's News, Tomorrow's Opportunities