Shale Reservoirs, do they work, will they spread?

Article By: Watts Up With That? Popular accounts of shale oil and gas reservoirs are often riddled with errors and, even when technically correct, often misleading. As a shale petrophysicist, retired from Devon Energy, I thought I would try and explain, in a non-technical way, how these

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Kevin Stitt deserves nod in Oklahoma governor’s race

IN this year’s gubernatorial race, the major parties have nominated two very different, but accomplished, men. Republican Kevin Stitt is a political outsider who has achieved impressive private-sector success. He promises to apply business expertise to management of government, free from

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Out-of-stater comes to kill Colorado jobs

The out-of-state backers of Proposition 112 don’t care that it will destroy Colorado’s economy, kill jobs and starve schools and governments of $230 million in cash.  They know it will, but pretend it won’t. They talk about merely wanting oil and gas operations 2,500 feet from homes and

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Little support for Prop 127 locally

In Navajo County, where people have been feeling the economic losses from the decline of coal-fired power plants, few seem to be embracing Proposition 127 — the Clean Energy for a Healthy Arizona ballot initiative. The measure seeks public approval for a constitutional mandate to require

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Tom Steyer’s Energy Orders

The Californian seeks to raise costs for the hoi polloi in other states. Progressive money man Tom Steyer has many causes—impeaching Donald Trump, electing Senate Democrats, and this year ballot initiatives to impose renewable-energy mandates on voters who don’t realize how their electricity

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