A Conservative Case for Carbon Capture

There is potential for a new energy revolution that can follow on the success of shale gas. Carbon dioxide based enhanced oil recovery (CO2-EOR) offers the opportunity to produce billions of barrels of oil domestically while simultaneously eliminating gigatons of carbon dioxide emissions. The debate over climate change has brought the issue of excessive CO2 […]

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Renewables and Natural Gas Work Together

Renewable energy is booming and that is a good thing. Wind and solar have been adding capacity at an impressive clip and new technology innovations are occurring every day. But activists get ahead of themselves when proclaiming that a world without fossil fuels may soon be at hand or that we don’t need to drill […]

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Energy Quote of the Day: “Before you get Mugged by Reality, Take Out an Insurance Policy. It’s the Reagan Way.”

“Before you get mugged by reality, take out an insurance policy. It’s the Reagan way.” Former Secretary of State George P. Shultz is urging climate change doubters to at least take out an insurance policy when it comes to carbon emissions and climate change. Shultz argues for sustained support for energy research and development and […]

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Wrightspeed Hybrid-Electric Trucks are the Cutting Edge of Truck Design

Wrightspeed Powertrains of San Jose, CA is a pioneer in developing hybrid-electric powertrains for heavy duty trucks. This next-generation design provides superior power, performance, fuel efficiency, and the lowest emissions for heavy duty trucks that operate in some of the most challenging and fuel guzzling applications. There are many advantages to hybrid-electric vehicles that are […]

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