End Carbon Imperialists’ Impoverishment of Africa

This is carbon imperialism where Western leaders, who have embraced climate superstitions, control what kind of energy people in Africa use.

Hey Joe! How’s That “Incredible Transition” Going For Ya?

Guest “Incredible Transition” my @$$!” by David Middleton Does he even know what the initials EIA stand for? He wouldn’t sound nearly so moronic if he occasionally checked with the…

Cheers! ‘Climate backtracking’: Germany Pushes for G-7 Reversal on Fossil Fuels in Climate Blow

A G-7 shift from a commitment initiated last year and firmed up in May would be a u-turn in global efforts to fight climate change.

EV’s Fossil Fuel Economy No Better than ICE Vehicles

…But the price per mile of EVs energy use is cheaper for the time being ($2 per gallon of gas equivalent)

The Revenge of The Fossil Fuels

Last month, Saudi Aramco overtook AppleAAPL -3.9% as the world’s most valuable publicly traded company.

POLITICO: ‘Climate Agenda Under Biden Has Been Stifled’

The collapse of President Joe Biden’s legislative agenda is drawing new scrutiny to the White House’s efforts to confront global warming — and Democrats’ complaints that his own Climate Policy…

All of the Above’ Energy Policy Would Help Reduce Energy Poverty Here and Abroad

Considering the current crisis, solutions to combat energy poverty should be at the forefront of every conversation and news report. Yet it is ignored.

The ESG Community Lacks an Understanding of What Crude Oil is Used For

Products from crude oil are the foundation of modern society and few consumers are willing to give up those benefits. Access to inexpensive, abundant and dependable crude oil has been…

Disinformation Becomes an Art Form, And – A Government Department. What Could Go Wrong?

Pigs will fly through the sky delivering Amazon packages. Kim Jong-un will sing a duet with Britney Spears called “If you had my dad you’d understand the hair.” A schnauzer…

More Polarization – Africa/Asia Investing Hundreds of Billions in Hydrocarbon Infrastructure Out of Necessity, The West Arranges Deck Chairs on The Titanic

Our leaders are grinning in photo ops with beneficiaries of the trillions they are shoveling at ill-conceived and over-rushed schemes towards a target that the mining industry has essentially deemed…

The Green Hydrogen Swindle

From NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT By Paul Homewood h/t Philip Bratby From the Telegraph: Engineers will rarely tell you something is impossible, even when your proposal is…

The Future Of Energy In The U.S.: Which Projection Do You Believe?

What will the production and consumption of energy look like in the United States in 2050? There are two very different answers to that question.

The Russia-Ukraine War: A New Geopolitics of Finance And Energy Trade Emerges

As one local oil analyst put it, “If Russia is offering oil at a cheaper price and the trade is between rupee and rouble, then looking at the national interest…

With The Ukraine War, The Green Chickens Have Come Home To Roost

We are on a war footing—an emergency—and we have to responsibly increase short-term [oil and gas] supply where we can right now to stabilize the market and to minimize harm…

As Energy System Comes Apart, Germany Now Preparing Emergency Natural Gas Rationing Plans

“The government is having a contingency plan drawn up to determine which companies should first stop receiving gas when Russian natural gas fails to arrive,” reports  Blackout News.de here. “A corresponding…

Help Us, Surrender, and Submit: DOE Secretary Granholm at CERA

Believe me, it would take a fool to not see that this empress has no clothes.

NYT Tiptoes Toward Energy Reality (“this debate is changing”)

Atlas is Shrugging. Wind and solar are parasitic to electricity from carbon-based energies. The New York Times energy writers are catching on just a bit, but how much longer will they stick…

Ukraine And Energy Realism

And of course the U.S. can’t supply these European energy needs because the Biden Administration is intentionally suppressing natural gas production here.

Mark Krebs on Energy Efficiency under Biden’s DOE (Part II of IV: EERE Modeling)

Tricks include inflated energy-price forecasts (for the disfavored energy, gas), lowballed maintenance costs for favored appliances (electric), and so on.

EIA: US Fossil Fuels Production to Reach Record Highs in 2023… The Permian is already there!

Guest “Frac On!” by David Middleton JANUARY 21, 2022EIA expects U.S. fossil fuel production to reach new highs in 2023 After declining in 2020, the combined production of U.S. fossil…

Column: Energy industry charging ahead with emissions reduction technologies — A preferred route to tearing up the world in search of minerals

Come 2050, the hydrocarbon industry will be sequestering carbon all over, will have developed new emissions reduction technology, will coexist with a reasonable level of wind and solar, and will…

Climate Industrial Complex Left Clueless As Fossil Fuels Proliferate

So, if anyone is thinking that fossil fuels are dead, they should think again. The 2.6 billion people in India and China will continue to use fossil fuels as their…

Column: Enthusiastic Idiocy vs. Infrastructure Optimization – Two Strategies for an Energy Transition

The COP26 model, the one built around a future temperature, is going nowhere, as was proven these past few weeks. Neither enthusiasm nor perceived need will, in fact, move mountains.…

African Energy Chamber: Fossil Fuels, Please

Ultimately, Africans deserve the same level of energy access and security that the rest of the world takes for granted. The number of people left behind is simply too large…