Chron Energy Links: 08.11.08


A few of the energy related items on and elsewhere around the Web:
Ethanol battle unlikely to fade
Houston wins a dubious honor: Its power prices are higher than those in Dallas, figures indicate
Energy plans alternative in nature, similar in goal: Offshore drilling aside, experts see little difference in two candidates’ overall strategies
Power shutoffs soar as more residents can’t pay bills
Can the UN clean up the trade in carbon offsets?
Tommy Lee Jones and Texas Gas, Gurus Along the Ganges
Column: Oil’s down. Should we blame the speculators?
Wave Power Works in Scotland
Gallup Poll: Pro-Nuclear Candidates Favored
US EPA trying to save seasonal NOx trading program post-CAIR
Agencies issue final EIS for offshore LNG terminal in US Gulf: Terminal planned off Alabama coast.
Carrizo to start fracturing University of Texas wells next week
Algeria, Iran want to see a natural gas ‘OPEC’
Calpine swings to profit, names new CEO

Categories: General
Tom Fowler

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  1. Gene says:

    Admiral Rickover had some interesting things to say about energy back in 1957. Including thoughts on alternatives, etc. Worth re-reading the speech he gave, or reading for the first time, to gain some perspective on what’s going on in the world for the past 10 years or so, and how it all connects to energy resources.
    He was hugely incorrect on one thing: He predicted only 4 billion population in 2000.