Next Generation of Fossil Fuels

…Next Generation of Fossil Fuels… Fracking has revolutionized the production of oil and natural gas. Natural gas produced by fracking can last from 100 to 1,000 years, but what will come next? What comes next lies on the ocean floor, Continue reading Next Generation of Fossil Fuels

Welcome to the Age of Natural Gas

“The United States possesses a total technically recoverable resource base of 2,515 trillion cubic feet (Tcf) of natural gas as of year-end 2014.” This is the highest resource evaluation by the Potential Gas Committee in its 50-year history. The reserves Continue reading Welcome to the Age of Natural Gas

New Age of Natural Gas

While the past century may have been known as the age of coal, this century is likely to be named the age of natural gas. Coal will remain one of the main sources of energy around the world for decades Continue reading New Age of Natural Gas

The Good and Evil of Methane Hydrates

Extreme environmentalists claim that Methane Hydrates are a curse that will put mankind over the global warming tipping point. They claim, that as the Earth warms, the tundra will melt and release methane into the atmosphere, and that an ice Continue reading The Good and Evil of Methane Hydrates

Natural Gas Bonanza from Hydrates

The article, Do We Have Enough Natural Gas?, established that the United States has technically recoverable reserves that will last for decades, even with increased usage for coal to gas switching and some LNG exports. The question remains whether LNG Continue reading Natural Gas Bonanza from Hydrates