By Deborah Lawrence (formerly Deborah Rogers) Corporations display impressive photographs in annual reports of drilling rigs in deep water, oil sands extraction in remote regions or aerial shots of mega projects such as the Kashagan field. Such projects were necessary because the low hanging fruit of conventional, easy to reach hydrocarbons has been exhausted. […]
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.