Witnessing the High Cost of Renewable Energy Mandates

Posted By on Apr 4, 2021 in Uncategorized
Since the dust has settled some, let’s take a look at the collapse of the Texas grid (ERCOT). As many know by now, Texas has its own electrical grid separate from the rest of the United States (separated into East and West grids). Over the past several weeks since the event, fingers have been pointed [&h...
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Energy Policy of the Green October 2020

Posted By on Oct 10, 2020 in Uncategorized
2020 is nearing its crescendo as the world continues to plod through the pandemic, economies are sluggish- if not in decline, and American politics are soon to shake the world once more in November. Throughout what we all hope is a brief tribulation and not omens of unwanted gifts to come we’ve once agai...
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Homage to Silesia

Posted By on Sep 9, 2020 in Uncategorized
Poland holds a unique position in Europe. It’s a member of the now chaotic European Union (EU), yet it finds itself in the good graces of the United States and with awesome economic growth potential because the decimation experienced in its past as a member of the Soviet Union. The West’s appeasement o...
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Capitalizing LNG Resources for Transportation

Posted By on Jul 7, 2020 in Uncategorized
Natural gas in the transportation realm has been somewhat the pot of gold at the rainbow’s end. It’s substantially cleaner and more abundant than crude oil, but due to a lack in capital stock investment it is not widely available as an option in the basket of transportation fuels. However, there is an ...
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Mitigating Hydrocarbon Market Volatility

Posted By on Apr 4, 2020 in Uncategorized
All Americans are experiencing the disruption wrought by the societal response to the global pandemic, but unique to those in oil and gas are the trying times brought by the actions of OPEC+. Specifically speaking, we are looking at depressed oil prices because of the international crude cartel’s desire ...
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