By Deborah Lawrence Rogers In February, 2012, Exxon Mobil announced that approximately 40% of its reserve replacements came from two shale plays, the Woodford and the Bakken. Exxon stated: “Reserve additions in 2012 from the liquids-rich Woodford and Bakken plays in the United States totaled almost 750 million oil equivalent barrels.” This is of note […]
America has come to a crossroads with regard to energy. Should we rely heavily on natural gas? Or should we use natural gas as a bridge fuel to alternative forms of power such as wind, nuclear and solar. These questions have serious long-term implications for every consumer of energy in the U.S.