Note: This is a technical update to an old post. A reader notified us of a dead link to the Democratic Party platform in one of our linked stories. The … Continue reading
Contributed by energy economist Robert Lyman @ July 2016
Environmentalists across Europe and North America seem determined to wage war on oil-fueled motor vehicles, including private cars, light trucks and … Continue reading
Contributed by energy economist Robert Lyman @ June 2016
In a previous post (Climate Change Targets for Canada: Examining the Consequences June 2015), I examined the history of climate … Continue reading
CANGEA – the Canadian Geothermal Energy Association – has been making a concerted case for the development of direct utilization of geothermal in Alberta. They propose to use existing abandoned … Continue reading
Energy economist Robert Lyman summarizes the recent BP Global Energy Outlook report. Claims of a ‘low-carbon’ future are not upon us.
Contributed by Robert Lyman @ June 2016
British Petroleum, … Continue reading
News of the day claims the world is shifting off fossil fuels and Canada is being left behind. Nothing could be further from the truth. Energy economist Robert Lyman deconstructs … Continue reading
WHY RENEWABLE ENERGY CANNOT REPLACE FOSSIL FUELS BY 2050
Contributed by Robert Lyman @ 2016
Robert Lyman is an energy economist with 27 years experience and was also … Continue reading
The Calgary Herald reported April 08, 2016 that the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers forecasts a $50 billion drop in oilpatch investment by year end.
While certainly numerous global factors … Continue reading
Some years ago, Premier Notley’s ‘kitchen chat’ would have been had alongside a coal-fired kitchen stove. Curiously absent from her April 7, 2016 televised address was any mention of the … Continue reading