Day: June 20, 2022

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Is the Green Energy Climate Cabal Crumbling?

PJ Media Jun. 19, 2022   As President Joe Biden waxes poetic about the amazing “transition” his energy policies will affect, the green fervor in Europe is flailing. Former German Chancellor Angela Merkel led the charge in Europe. She did such a good job that Spiegel International called electricity a luxury good in 2013. Germany paid […]

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Oil players join forces to develop ‘one of the largest CCS facilities in the North Sea’

By Melisa Cavcic Offshore Energy, Jun. 20, 2022   In pursuit of its strategy to go beyond net-zero, oil and gas company Neptune Energy has teamed up with several firms – ExxonMobil, Rosewood and EBN – to pool resources for the development of a carbon capture and storage (CCS) project in the Dutch sector of […]

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Carbon Capture: the “New” Technology that Can Help Solve the Climate Conundrum

By Oliver Williams, Steve Everly, and Kristy Pultorak RealClear Energy, Jun. 20, 2022   Carbon capture and storage – capturing CO2 emissions from industrial source points and safely storing them underground – is often presented as a new technology, but it has been around for decades. It was first proposed in Texas in the 1970s. Yet […]

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Net-zero carbon goal is unattainable

By Donn Dears Washington Examiner, Jun. 20, 2022   The goal of the U.S. government is to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, per the Paris agreement . A three-step analysis establishes this as an impossible goal.   Three possible alternatives — wind, nuclear power , and utility photovoltaic solar (PV) — are analyzed separately in a three-step process to determine […]

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