Choked; the Curious Case of Declining Gas Outputs

The Permian basin is starting to see decline rates from shale wells accelerate, a trend that could be the result of too much drilling. (OilPrice.com) – Shale wells suffer from steep decline rates. A rush of output occurs at first, but... Read more →

Energy and Politics Don’t Mix

Politics stands in the way of sensible energy solutions. (UT Austin) – In energy policy, political polarization often gets in the way of common-sense solutions to problems. General Electric recently announced a technological advance that... Read more →

Polymeric Ionic Liquids for CO2 Capture

New methods for capturing CO2  from a surprisingly efficient material. (De Gruyter) – Carbon dioxide (CO2) in a gas stream reduces the quality and value of the product, resulting in a more corrosive gas stream, which makes transportation... Read more →
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