As we move into the holiday season in earnest, here’s a little takeaway that indicates global tension and the world’s energy competition may not be so cutthroat as you might be led to believe.Continue reading
Russian President Vladimir Putin made headlines this week when he spoke out against shale development. In the grand tradition of everything Putin says, however, his newfound support of environmentalism is hardly trustworthy.Continue reading
If recent rumors are to be believed, a years-long campaign to establish fracking in the United Kingdom will soon come to a grinding halt. Minor tremors at a long-embattled Lancashire drilling site may have put the final nail in the UK fracking coffin. Relentless protests and unceasing anti-fracking sentiment in the nation’s media have turned the tide of public opinion against fracking in the United Kingdom.Continue reading
For most of recorded history, the Arctic has been classified as no man’s land, a sprawling, icy desert inhabited only by creatures built explicitly for the task. In recent decades, however, cutting edge technology and drastic updates in transportation have turned the Arctic from an alien landscape into a potentially viable source of ever-important oil and gas.
Anti-fracking protest group Colorado Rising has filed suit against the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission (COGCC) in the hopes of putting a complete stop to any more drilling permits until regulations are rewritten to take into account new legislation, SB-181.Continue reading