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 →

Complete Energy Democratization Is Coming

(Medium) – Decentralization eventually comes to every industry. Phones used to be regulated by the federal and state government, but with the Telecommunications Act of 1996, the industry was decentralized, and anyone was allowed to create... Read more →

California is Throttling Back Record Levels of Solar

(MIT) – Without big changes, the oversupply of renewables will stall efforts to overhaul the power sector. Californians are enjoying a sunny summer, which means the state’s solar farms and rooftop panels are flooding the grid with electricity.... Read more →

This Is How Big Oil Will Die

The American Energy Society recommends this article alongside “High Oil Prices Aren’t Necessarily Bad“. (NewCo Shift) – It’s 2025, and 800,000 tons of used high strength steel is coming up for auction. The steel made... Read more →
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