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Banking Energy | The IMF Just Destroyed the Best Argument Against Clean Energy
Biodiversivist | Everything Old is New Again; Biofuels, Still a Bad Idea
Choke Points | Beijing is no Boogeyman in Greenland
Econbrowser | The Effect of New Production Methods on U.S Oil Output
Editors' Corner | Wind Power Costs in U.S. Are Six Times Higher Than Claimed
Energy Outlook | Condensate Pries Open the Oil Export Lid
Fueling Innovation | BLM Should Re-Think its Failed Solar Auction to Drive Innovation
High Efficiency | Retailers Chase Energy Efficiency for a Competitive Edge
Inside Energy Investment | A Look at the Drivers of Deepwater Oil & Gas Exploration
Markets & Routes | The OPEC Oil Market Gambit
Power Policy | A Suite of Options for how the U.S. Can Build Caribbean Energy Security
R-Squared Energy | Is the U.S. Really the World's Top Oil Producer?
I don't know how Energy Trends Insider divides up the topics (if they do), but I think Robert Rapier should ...
Wait, the ethanol fat cats are pointing a finger to Big Oil when it comes to lobbying? Rich...
Wow - that was exhausting...
Suffice to say a strict separation between optimists and pessimists aren't possible as even the darkest ...
Same could be said of petrol. Different harvest processes, varying locations, varying oil chemical makeup with trailing needs of ...
I think the whole mechanism makes sense under very specific conditions. Electric cars have much less energy waste, but have ...
Wholesale attacks or supports of biofuel comments are not very productive in light of the variety of production. Corn ethanol ...
Since oil is a finite resource, all this "production" is really just extraction and depletion. Abiotic oil has never been ...
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