November 30, 2012 Archives
RealClearEnergy Afternoon Edition
Oil Prices and the Fiscal Cliff
- Gail Tverberg, Energy Collective
It's Not Global Warming OR the Economy
- M. Sanjayan, Huffington Post
Donahue: Energy Boom Will Ease Fiscal Woes
- Tim Devaney, Wash.Times
Oil Jobs at Highest Point Since 1988
- Mark Perry, Seeking Alpha
Renewables Are at the Tipping Point on Subsidies
- PRWeb, SFGate
Another Small Step for Small Reactors
- Matt Wald, New York Times
Was It a Billion That Died at Chernobyl . . ?
- Gwynne Dyer, Salt Lake Trib.
LNG Is Renewable Energy's Best Friend
- Tristan Edis, Climate Spectator
Why Jim Rogers Should Be Obama's Energy Sec'y
- Paul Barrett, BBW
Denser Cities Are the Key to Lowering Carbon
- Alex Steffen, Grist
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RealClearEnergy Morning Edition
What's Hot and What's Not for Energy in 2013?
- Matthew Hulbert, Forbes
Solving One of Oil's Biggest Global Headaches
- Steve LeVine, Quartz
Oil Boom Will Only Last a Decade. Then What?
- James Hamilton, OilPrice
With Keystone Nixed, Big Oil Puts Crude on the Train
- Lisa Hymas, Grist
Is a Carbon Tax a Snake in the Fiscal Cliff's Grass?
- Ron Arnold, Wash Ex
Coal Has Potential to Reinvent Itself & Stay Alive
- B. Cassell, EnergyBiz
A Subsidy That's Blowin' in the Wind
- Steve Goreham, Energy Tribune
Vinod Kholsa Is Still Bullish on Clean Tech
- Randall Smith, NT Times
A New World of U.S. Energy Independence
- Tom Keane, Boston Globe
Disruptive Energy Technology: GTL Promises Gas Revolution
Cybersecurity Protects Natural Gas Supply
- Jibson and McCurdy, Politico
What Does It Take to Get Booted from the Gulf?
- Loren Steffy, Fuel Fix
BP: A Culture That 'Forgot to be Afraid'
- Peter Kelly-Detwiler, Forbes
Is This the Planet We Want to Leave Behind?
- Eugene Robinson, Wash Post
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