Some very puzzling and contradictory data has been spilling out of my trusty Dell Precision 390 desktop of late. In November or December there was a report from the Oil industry rag Oilprice.com on a slowdown in fracksville. Then the WSJ put out a similar story within the last month. Ditto on a blog fromContinue reading
Monthly Archives: January 2019
Review of OIL, POWER, and WAR by Matthieu Auzanneau
In this post I am just pasting a review of an amazing book about Oil. The author is a French citizen and the book is a translation recently released. It is far more than just a history of the oil industry such as Yergin’s The Prize published in 1990. I submitted this review to AmazonContinue reading “Review of OIL, POWER, and WAR by Matthieu Auzanneau”
Can Jackson Hole be sustainable?
“Sustainability” is one of those words often used but misunderstood. The dictionary definition goes like this: Sustainability is meeting the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet theirs. It has three main pillars: economic, environmental, and social. In this valley I have often seen the word combined toContinue reading “Can Jackson Hole be sustainable?”