February 7, 2013

Expanding Our Depletable Resources

Marty Hutzler, MasterResource


FPA

The United States has vast resources of oil, natural gas, and coal. In just a few short years, a forty-year paradigm that the U.S. was energy poor has been reversed. The world’s mineral-energy resource base is enlarging, not depleting–and leading the way is the U.S. with private firms exploring and producing from private lands. . .

Read Full Article ››

TAGGED: Energy Prices, Energy Efficiency, Energy Production, Domestic Energy, Fossil Fuel, MasterResource

RECOMMENDED ARTICLES

October 16, 2013
A False Euphoria Over Fossil Fuels
Michael Klare, Huff Post
For years, energy analysts had been anticipating an imminent decline in global oil supplies. Suddenly, they’re singing a new song: Fossil fuels growing scarce? Don’t even think about it! The news couldn’t be better:... more ››
It is getting cold here in England, and I’m preparing for the yearly tradeoffs between comfort, carbon emissions and heating bills that are part of living in a house with reasonable but not great insulation.For the... more ››
I have something to get off my chest: I live in New Jersey, so by definition that makes me a “Jersey driver”. I’ve never thought of myself as the sort of manically aggressive road warrior that befits the stereotype (and... more ››
October 14, 2013
Good Job! America Curbs It's Energy Appetite
John Upton, Grist
America’s population and economy are both growing, yet its energy appetite is falling. That’s because of substantial energy-efficiency gains made in recent decades. . . more ››
October 25, 2013
The Social Benefits of Carbon Dioxide
Viv Forbes, MasterResource
The Carbon Sense Coalition has accused those waging a war on carbon dioxide of being “anti-green.” Why? Because CO2 is the gas of life, feeding every green plant, producing food for every animal and in the process... more ››