Carbon Capture & Storage Viability Questioned

Now why doesn’t this surprise me? The document from Houston University claims that governments wanting to use Carbon Capture and…

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The Missing Number – Peak Oil

There is a sizable community of energy pundits who, after reviewing oil production records, believe that world oil production peaked last year (2008) at 81.73 million barrels of oil per day. Many in this community follow the discussion at a site called The Oil Drum, where no topic is off limits – as long as it relates to energy future, which if you haven’t worked out yet, just about everything we do or touch exists because of cheap abundant energy. Unfortunately, this number and the impacts on society, culture, the economy and development are being ignored by the media and the general population.

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BioFuels and Global Warming

We recently posted an article about global warming showing the average temperatures in 2008 across the globe. Whether or not we agree that this was caused by human interference in the atmosphere, it is clear that some things we do can help or hinder the process of attempting to stabilize the climate. Replacing fossil fuels with biofuels sounds like a good idea to calm down the Peak Oil folks, but it will just heat up the debate in the Climate Change camp…

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