RealClearEnergy AM Update

Monday, October 20
Good, Bad & Ugly of Falling Oil Prices - Walter Kurtz, Business Insider
Natural Gas Won't Help Save the Planet - Ben Geman, National Journal
Is France's Love Affair with Nuclear Over? - Chris Dalby,
Racing Between Technology & Nothing - Robert Smith, Pitt. Tribune
How Did Apple Become a Green Juggernaut? - Sarah Battaglia, EC
Oil Bust Has Brazil in Deep Water - Mac Margolis, Bloomberg
Who Wins the Crude Game of Chicken? - James Hamilton, Wall Street Pit
Why Collapsing Ethanol Prices Matter - Paul Ausick, 24/
How Renewable Could Leave You Blacked Out - Reuben Brewer, Fool
Iran's Compromising Position - Steve LeVine, Quartz
Sorry, Mr. Putin: $75 Oil Is Coming - Gene Epstein, Barron's
Can Organic Solar Cells Reach Old Age? - Alex Hellemans, I-Spectrum
LEDs, Energy Efficiency and Consumption - New York Times
EU Wavers Ahead of Climate Deal - W.R. Mead, The American Interest
Saturday, October 18
Note to World: Alleged Oil Shock Isn't All That Shocking - Foreign Policy
Despite Slumping Prices, No End in Sight for Our Oil Boom - NY Times
Jekyll and Hyde: The 2 Sides of Cheaper Gas - George Perry, Fortune
Lower Oil Prices Are Unambiguously Good - Larry Kudlow, CNBC
Shale Boom Helping American Consumers as Never Before - Bloomberg
Global Oil Surplus to Disappear Gradually Next Year -
OPEC's Not So Slick on Oil Prices Now - Sarah Kent, Wall Street Journal
Oil Gush Keeps Prices Low as Fear Is High - Daniel Yergin, Financial Times
Why the Fracking Boom Probably Won't Slow Global Warming - BW
Fracking: The Explosive Truth - Geoffrey Lean, Telegraph
The Impact of the Global 'Sweet' Crude Bulge - Energy Outlook
Banks to Petrostates: Keep Calm and Carry On - Steve LeVine, Quartz
When the Petrodollars Run Out Oil - Daniel Altman, Foreign Policy
Why Abbott's Faith in Coal Could Be Wrong -- Very Wrong - SMH
5 Key Takeaways from North Dakota's Record August - Mark Perry, AEI
Energy Master Limited Partnerships Go Mainstream - Energy Collective
A Huge Proponent of Solar in Florida Is...The Tea Party? - TB Times
A Working Nuclear Fusion Reactor In Three Years? Really? - Forbes
Friday, October 17
New Saudi Reality: OPEC Isn't a Monopoly Anymore - Y. El-Din, CNBC
Is the Oil Price Slide Finally Nearing an End? - Nick Cunningham, OilPrice
R.I.P. Henry Hub? Marcellus Shale to Blame? - William Pentland, Forbes
The Enormous Downside of Cheaper Oil - Ed Yardeni, Ed Yardeni's Blog
Oil Is Down. Gas Taxes Should Go Up - Editors, Bloomberg
How We Became the World's Largest Energy Producer - Mark Perry, AEI
Boom Times, Indeed: ND Produces 1.13 Million B/D in August - WE
The Aussie Energy Policy: Listen to UN, Do Opposite - Chris Dalby, OP
The Big Perk of Oil's Wild Slide - Todd Schoenberger, CNBC
The Oil Patch Prince: A Great Tale of West Texas - Chris Helman, Forbes
The Final Word on Yucca - Jack Spencer and Katie Tubb, Daily Signal
We'll Never Build a Nuclear Fusion Reactor as Good as the Sun - BI
Nuclear Fusion Won't Save Ukraine - Leonid Bershidsky, Bloomberg View
Existing Nuclear Plants May Be Renewable Energy's BFF - PKD, Forbes
Texas Plant to Capture, and Then Reuse, Carbon - Matthew Wald, NYT
Fueling Decentralization: Solar Power & the Tea Party - Amit Ronen, RCP
Thursday, October 16
The Keystone Pipeline -- Will It Ever Be Built? - William Tucker, RCP
How the Past Can Power the Future - John Yemma, CS Monitor
Ohio Frackers Triggered 400 Tiny Earthquakes - Emily Atkin, TP
Lest We Forget: Saudi Arabia Still Calling the Shots - Robert Rapier, ET
Our Crumbling Infrastructure Is Crushing the Green Dream - PRI
Cheap Oil Pops the Green Policy Bubble - Holman Jenkins, Wall St. Journal
A Global Pump War? - Thomas Friedman, New York Times
Could the 'Shale Oil Miracle' Just Be 1 Big Pipe Dream? - Seeking Alpha
The Breathless Hypocrisy Driving Energy 'Divestment' - Ben Zycher, RCM
Oil Market Proves Mightier Than OPEC - John Kemp, Reuters
Will Lockheed Have a Revolutionary Nuke Reactor in 10 Years? - CAP
An Ugly, New Bear Market for Energy Stocks - Tomi Kilgore, MarketWatch
The Multibillion Dollar Carbon Conundrum - Meredith Fowlie, EC
Putin Loses His Best Friend: Expensive Oil - Jake Rudnitsky, Bloomberg
Should the Feds Bail Out Coal Miners? - David Roberts, Grist
Oil, Recessions and the Hummer Comeback - Barry Ritholtz, Bloomberg
KY Candidates Agree: Coal Is the Future! - Paul Waldman, Am. Prospect
Green Crowdfunding's 'Coming of Age' Story - Will Nichols, GreenBiz
Will Oil Prices Push Venezuela Over the Edge? - Nick Cunnigham, OP
IEEE Spectrum: Watch Tesla's Robocar Achieve Warp Speed
Wednesday, October 15
World's Most Expensive Oil Project Just Got More Costly -
Why Cratering Oil May Not Crush Shale Producers - William Watts, MW
Oil Producers May Drill Themselves Into Oblivion - Matt Phillips, BW
All But Two Oil-Producing Nations Now In Deficit - Editors, RC Energy
When Do Falling Oil Prices Start to Hurt? - Kim Peterson, CBS News
More Oil Demand Gloom Weighs on the World's Producers - Platts
Dwarf-Throwing Saudi Prince: Oil Drop 'Catastrophic' - Business Insider
Expert Forum: What's the Impact of Falling Oil Prices? - National Journal
The Polarizing Politics of Solar - Amit Ronen, RealClearPolitics
Europe Says Yes to Alternative Vehicles - William Tucker, Fuel Freedom
Crude Crashing: Brent Is Most. Oversold. EVER - Ty Durden, Zero Hedge
Oil Prices: Up So Long, It Looks Like Down To Me - Michael Lynch, Forbes
The OPEC Oil Market Gambit - Jennifer Warren, Energy Trends
Countdown to Dismantling San Onofre - Morgan Lee, San Diego U-T
LA Needs to Think Nuclear...and Here's Why - Joe Vitti, City Watch LA
Tuesday, October 14
Why Drop in Oil Prices Has Downside for the Economy - Jon Fahey, AP
Price of Oil Is Tumbling. Cost of Finding It? Not So Much - Economist
IEA: Oil Prices Could Drop Further Amid Weak Demand - Biz Insider
Which States Win & Lose Most From Falling Oil? - Michael Levi, CFR
OPEC Split as Oil Prices Fall Sharply - Clifford Krauss, New York Times
Take a Peek at Dan Dicker's Cocktail Napkin Oil Explainer - CNBC
High Oil Prices: Neo-Malthusians & Bigfoot - Michael Lynch, Forbes
Giant Battery Unit Aims at Wind Storage's Holy Grail - Bloomberg
Has the U.S. Been Installing Its Solar Panels Sideways for Years? - io9
No Shale Revolution for Ol' Europe - Nick Cunningham,
The Key to Nuclear's Future or an Element of Doubt? - Reuters
Argentina's Brilliant, Terrible, Very Unclear Energy Future - FP
Israel's New Foreign Policy Tool: Natural Gas! - S. Solomon, Bloomberg
Coal Comfort for Australia's Tony Abbott - Mark Kenny, Sydney M. Herald
Will Cheap Oil Choke the Russian Economy? - Carol Matlack, BusinessWk
The Great Climate Model - James Conca, Forbes
Hey, What Took You So Long, Cellulosic Ethanol? - Jim Lane, RE World
Today's Takeaway: RealClearEnergy's Daily Bulletin
Monday, October 13
How Would Milton Friedman Fight Warming? - Jeff McMahon, Forbes
Oil's Decline: Enemy of the State - Liam Denning, Wall Street Journal
Did Oil's Drop Trigger Market Meltdown? - C.H. Smith,
Paul Krugman and the Limits of Hubris - Richard Heinberg, PC Institute
Climate Hawks Should Back Dino-Fuel Dems - Ben Adler, Grist
Is Fusion Power Closer Than We Thought? - Andy Tully,
Drilling For Dollars. . .But Where? - Frank Witsil, Detroit Free Press
Plummeting Crude Prices Good News For India - Economic Times
Canada's Tar Sands Ain't So Bad After All - Steve Hayward, PowerLine
The White House's New Crash Test Dummies - Wall Street Journal
Kazakhstan Cashed Out on Oil Blunders - Editors, The Economist
Are We Entering the Gilded Age of Gas - Imran MacMillan, E-Collective
EVs Have Batteries. Why Not Power Plants? - Ken Silverstein, CSM
If Cold Fusion Worked, We'd All Be Dead - PZ Meyers, ScienceBlogs
Today's Takeaway: RealClearEnergy's Daily Bulletin
Saturday, October 11
There May Be a $4.5 Billion Shale Mega-Deal in the Works - Biz Insider
Could the Shale Oil Boom Be Ending? - Michael Casey, Fortune
China: The Next Shale-Gas Superpower? - Anthony Fensom, Nat'l Interest
Do Politicians Care About Nuclear Matters? - James Conca, Forbes
Here's Why Shale Oil Stocks Are Tanking - Bob Pisani, CNBC
Can Saudis Beat North Dakota in an Oil Price War? - William Watts, MW
In Oil Price War, Saudi's Biggest Rival Is Right Next Door - Rigzone
Oil Still Runs the Entire World - Martin Tiller,
Why Go Solar? Homeowners Say: 'To Save Money!' - J. DeAngelis, CNBC
The Bell Tolls for KiOR - Robert Rapier, Energy Trends Insider
Arctic Ice: It's an Odd, Odd, Odd World - Kevin McGwin, The Arctic Journal
The Socialist Attempt To Shake Down Chevron - Jason Stverak, Federalist
Friday, October 10
We're Sitting on 10 Billion Barrels of Oil. OK, Maybe 2 - Bloomberg
Stocks Are Tumbling...All Eyes Turn to the Saudis - Nathan Vardi, Forbes
...BUT There's No Panic at OPEC Yet - Michael Lynch, Forbes
The Global Warming Statistical Meltdown - Judith Curry, Wall St. Journal
GOP Desperate for Alternative to Climate Denialism - Dave Roberts, Grist
Boone Pickens: Oil Below $80 Will "Sober Everyone Up" - CNBC
Cheap Oil Is at a Critical Energy Inflection Point - Tom Ashbrook, WBUR
Oil Markets Fly Into a Perfect Storm - Liam Denning, Wall Street Journal
South China Sea: Lots of Oil, Lots of Uncertainty - Emilia David, CNBC
Texas Oil Juggernaut Threatened by The Feds and The Greens - Fuel Fix
No, Obama Didn't Vow to 'Bankrupt Coal' - Glenn Kessler, Washington Post
Future of Coal Is Dark Thanks to NatGas, EPA Regs - Ed Crooks, FT
No, a Carbon Tax Cannot Create Jobs, Jobs, Jobs - James Taylor, Forbes
A Carbon Tax Will Create Jobs for Americans - Rick McGahey, CNN

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