How Artificial Intelligence is Transforming the World

(Brookings Institution) – Most people are not very familiar with the concept of artificial intelligence (AI). As an illustration, when 1,500 senior business leaders in the United States in 2017 were asked about AI, only 17 percent said... Read more →

Peak Oil: Is History Repeating Itself, Again?

(OilPrice.com) – In 2002, oil prices were hovering around $20 per barrel and then rose almost continuously until mid-2008 when the price of a barrel of oil on the New York Mercantile Exchange hit an intraday high of $147.27, its highest... Read more →

A Decade of Fracking Research: What Have We Learned?

This is the second story in the E&E News “Shale@10” special report. The full series can be found here. (E&E News) — When oil and gas developers began using hydraulic fracturing to tap previously unaccessed sources of fossil... Read more →

Demand Shock; Closing the Open Door with a Thin Red Line

(The American Energy Society) – The historical characterization of the United States in the 1920’s as “roaring” and worry-free is almost but not perfectly accurate. It is true that seemingly overnight the Great War’s unprecedented... Read more →
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