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Why We Need to Get from Carbon Capture & Storage to Carbon Capture & Utilization

June 4, 2015 by Roman Kilisek

Carbon Capture and Carbon Utilization

In order to really get Carbon Capture and Storage to work on a global commercial scale, the initial and primary emphasis of the effort has to be on improving its economic viability while going hand in hand with a focus on “carbon utilization.”[read more]

When Headlines Obscure Science on Shale Development

January 22, 2014 by Steve Everley

Earlier this month, a Bloomberg News headline made what could only be called a very serious accusation about hydraulic fracturing and shale development: “Study Shows Fracking Is Bad For Babies” was the title of an opinion column by Mark Whitehouse.[read more]

Interview: Four International O&G Juniors for a Globe-Sweeping Shale Revolution

November 9, 2013 by Jim Patrick

Christopher Brown serves as director, research, international oil and gas at Canaccord Genuity and has provided international analytical coverage since 2006. Kimberly Thompson is a research associate with Canaccord Genuity, with ten years of finance and accounting experience.[read more]

Dallas Hearing Showcases Gap Between Facts and Fractivists

August 25, 2013 by Steve Everley

The City of Dallas sits on the edge of the Barnett Shale in North Texas, and many Dallas residents are eager for their city to share in the job and wealth creating bounty that has resulted from energy production elsewhere in the region.[read more]

Economic Growth, Thanks to Fracking

March 28, 2013 by Mark Green

shale oil production

Affordable natural gas – possible thanks to fracking and shale – is spurring a U.S. manufacturing renaissance – in this case, attracting investment in this country from foreign companies.[read more]

Video: The Case Against Natural Gas

December 2, 2010 by Rod Adams

On November 30, 2010, The Ecologist published the above video in association with a story titled US natural gas drilling boom linked to pollution and social strife. Please take the time to watch it and think about the implications of a vastly expanded effort to frack our way into the future. This often touted "bridge" to a renewable...[read more]