Real Clear Energy The Promethean task of supplying energy to the U.S. economy and the rest of the world involves scales that are truly difficult to visualize. Many options appear to make sense until you crunch the numbers. That’s why Bill Gates said that people need to bring “math skills to the problem.”
Wall Street Journal Only a few years ago America’s policy makers were wringing their hands about “peak oil” and dependence on imported fuels. Now headlines feature the return of oil gluts. What happened? Saudi Arabia undertook a “stress test” of America’s oil-and-gas industry that produced unintended consequences.
Real Clear Policy … co-author Julio M. Ottino. In today’s hyper-partisan era, one goal crosses the political divide: the need for more entrepreneurs.
Wall Street Journal President Trump says he will revive U.S. manufacturing through better trade deals and tax incentives. Others argue that America has entered a new “postmanufacturing” era. Sound familiar? In the 1970s, the U.S. had a stagnant economy, sluggish productivity, high unemployment and an auto industry threatened by the Japanese “juggernaut.” Doomsday was…
Fox News Opinion Start with a simple indisputable fact. Most of the Department of Energy’s budget has nothing to do with energy. Nothing. Some $20 billion of that agency’s $30 billion budget is devoted to military-related nuclear activities.
Washington Examiner Thanks to the dramatic increase in our domestic capabilities to produce oil and natural gas, the U.S. can now pivot away from a goal of just “energy independence” to instead flex market power to reset the geopolitical status quo in energy.