What to do with the vastness of the Saharan Desert

This article is meant to be as informative about the problematics of consultation and decision making in Algeria as it is possible to muster at this conjecture. What to do with the vastness of the Saharan desert where large pockets of gas lay buried according to all known geological analyses for millennia. The strategic decision […]

Fossil Fuel demand peaking in the 2020s

Fossil Fuel demand peaking in the 2020s is these days widely and diversely covered in terms of papers for all fossil fuels remains the most lucrative segment in all extractive industries. So, Fossil Fuel demand peaking in the 2020s, after being predicted for sometime, come this time because of the on-going clean energy costs shift […]

Sahara Green again, thanks to deployments of all Renewables

 Alona Armstrong, of Lancaster University, answered her own question below with the prospect of a Sahara Green again, thanks to deployments of all Renewables hardwares  . Massive solar and wind farms could bring vegetation back to the Sahara   Picture of Juanjo Tugores / shutterstock Switching from fossil fuels to renewable energy is an important […]

Follow-up Meeting on the Oil Production Reduction

The Joint Ministerial Meeting Committee (JMMC) comprises four OPEC member countries (Algeria, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Venezuela) and two non-OPEC countries (Russia and Oman) and will be held at the end of September 2018 in Algiers. This 10th follow-up meeting on the oil production reduction will review all recent market developments and the report provided […]

By 2040, 54% of all new car sales will be for Electric

According to Bloomberg, by 2040, 54% of all new car sales will be for Electric (EVs). Millions of them will then take a good portion out of oil demand and remove millions of barrels of transport fuel every day. It adds that the most significant factor in the EV surge is what’s under the hood, […]

The world’s weird self-organizing economy seen from the MENA

Excerpts of the first 3 points of a brilliant article posted on July 11, 2018 by Gail Tverberg are republished here for their undoubtful interest. It is about how today’s world economy is perceived from the USA as things are unfolding under Trump’s leadership. Meanwhile, the world’s weird self-organizing economy seen from the MENA would seem […]

Lessons from Recent History of Technology Introductions

Science and Society published an article posted 1 Day Ago by Ron Clutz on all facets of energy transitions throughout modern history. The lessons from recent history of technology introductions should not per Cambridge Professor Michael J. Kelly, be forgotten when considering alternative energy technologies for any carbon dioxide emission reductions. On Energy Transitions These days […]