From lab to market, it’s a long haul

The Energy Information Administration has done us an enormous favor by producing a simple chart to make sense of where the development of energy storage technology is going. Energy storage, as the EIA defines it, includes heat storage, and a… Continue Reading →

An unexamined oil projection is not worth having!

I have spent a good part of the week looking at a range of predictions concerning oil production in the U.S. Judging between the often “substantially” different, often frequently changing, expert numbers (from government agencies, oil companies, advocacy groups, reputable… Continue Reading →

May the cheapest fuel win

This week the Energy Information Agency (EIA) released findings in their “Today in Energy” blog, revealing that 2012 global oil production reached a record high. Earlier this year, on the very same blog, the EIA released information showing that 2012… Continue Reading →