Posts Tagged ‘natural gas revolution’

Audio Interview: Gary Sernovitz on Fracking Personalities

Audio Interview: Gary Sernovitz on Fracking Personalities

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Texas

Note: I reviewed Gary Sernovitz’ book in September, and we did a phone interview back then, which I’ve now posted as an audio interview, Part I – on the big personalities in fracking. Part II – on environmental issues, will follow. I recommend listening to the audio version, but I’ve posted a transcript of our [&hellip

The Natural Gas Revolution Part VI - Has It Killed Renewables In Our Lifetime?

The Natural Gas Revolution Part VI – Has It Killed Renewables In Our Lifetime?

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Texas

Here’s my hypothesis[1]: The abundance of cheap domestic natural gas – what I’m calling the Natural Gas Revolution – makes “renewable” energy sources like wind and solar financially untenable, and possibly unnecessary, for the next 90 years.[2] I can’t prove my hypothesis because energy pricing is complicated. Figuring out the ‘price’ of energy derived from [&hellip