China and India Will Watch The West Destroy Itself

Published: eurasiareview- news & analysis Written By: Todd Royal China and India will allow the west – led by the United States (US) and European Union (EU) – to destroy themselves through dysfunctional, domestic, and continent-wide politics. This isn’t a Donald Trump or EU issue, but electorates having a vague understanding of how societies function, particularly, when it comes to energy. The “Green New Deal” is evident of that fact, which has no chance of ever working under current technology, taxpayer monies available, and the first “New Deal” was a failure . China and India will allow the US, EU, NATO and their Asian allies to:  “Muddle through endemic crises menacing to its very existence (e.g., economic stagnation, demographic decline, rising unassimilated Islamic populations in many EU democracies, high taxes, mounting debt and the fiscal unsustainability of Western European social democracy)” Without energy you have nothing. China and India understand this better

The "New Energy Economy": An Exercise in Magical Thinking Exec Summary

 Published: Manhattan - Institute Website: Written By: Mark P. Mills Executive Summary A movement has been growing for decades to replace hydrocarbons, which collectively supply 84% of the world's energy. It began with the fear that we were running out of oil. That fear has since migrated to the belief that, because of climate change and other environmental concerns, society can no longer tolerate burning oil, natural gas, and coal - all of which have turned out to be abundant.  So far, wind, solar, and batteries - the favored alternatives to hydrocarbons - provide about 2% of the world's energy and 3% of America's. Nonetheless, a bold new claim has gained popularity: that we're on the cusp of a tech-driven energy revolution that not only can, but inevitably will, rapidly replace all hydrocarbons.  This "new energy economy" rests on the belief - a centerpiece of the Green New Deal and oth

The Promised Land

Rod Garland - Author of a "Canadianization" rewrite of the Ten reasons why Boris's green agenda is just plain wrong - Telegraph - Published by SAS Volunteer - November 22, 2020 Link: The Promised Land   Hi, I’m with the Government and I’m here to help, whether you want me to or not.   Like Moses in the Exodus, but not quite with the same flowing beard as depicted in the classic Exodus movie, our fearless leader has descended from the mountain with his own set of commandments as part of a green industrial revolution to tell us what is needed to make our lives better.   At a cost of tens, or maybe hundreds of billions of dollars, he will have Canadians driving electric cars powered by wind turbines or solar cells and giving up their gas boilers to heat their homes to be replaced with ground-source heat pumps.   He will transition away from fossil fuels

The hazards of pursuing a green power utopia

 Written By: Gwyn Morgan Published: Fort Nelson News The federal government's plan to replace fossil fuels with wind and solar is technically impossible and economically disastrous      The combination of wildfires along the U.S. Pacific Coast, two simultaneous hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico, melting glaciers and peat bog fires in Canada, and an unusually hot summer in Europe has raised global warming fears to frenzied proportions.      Environmentalists are urging political leaders to legislate the rapid phase-out of fossil fuels.      Curiously, the most extreme call for action came from the future king of England. Prince Charles urged a "warlike footing" that would require the implementation of a centralized global authority to save the planet from catastrophic climate change.      Just how such an unelected regime would exert power over the Earth's 7.8 billion inhabitants wasn't clear.      The California and Oregon wildfires turned into a United States elec

California Blackouts A Lesson In Not Rushing Green Transition; Important Role For Natgas

Written By: Paul Wells Published: Daily Oil Bulletin A series of rolling blackouts on California’s renewable energy-dependent power grid during a mid-August heat wave should serve as a cautionary tale against rushing the green energy transition and highlighted the important role natural gas needs to play going forward, say some industry experts. “I don’t want to say it’s a wake-up call because the call has been there for several years. It’s pretty clear that at times like what happened in California, renewables can do what they can but if it’s a hot summer day and there’s no wind and turbines aren’t really turning and your solar panels might be going full crank — but that’s a very small percentage of the installed generation base — you’re going to have problems,” said Martin King , senior analyst with RBN Energy . “If the generation was there they could have sent it. But they didn’t have the generation because many of the outlets they used to fall back on for some base-

Email the Federal Government Today! - To let them know you support Canada's oil and natural gas industry - Canada's Energy Citizens

  We know  a majority of Canadians support an economic recovery that includes our natural resource sector, including oil and natural gas .   Our oil and natural gas industry employs hundreds of thousands of Canadians, provides billions in revenues to governments, and is Canada’s largest export. We need proven, important industries to drive a real economic recovery and see us through the other side!  75% of Canadians  believe the recovery should include our natural resource sector.  

Transitioning Away from Oil & Gas - Good News or Bad?

 Written by: Rod Garland This is good news for Buggy-Whip manufacturers as horse drawn buggies will be set to make a dramatic return to popularity in the not too distant future. As petroleum fueled cars cease to be made and electric vehicles fall short as an effective replacement for them, due to the lack of efficient battery technology and an inadequate electricity grid transmission infrastructure, people will have to look to more traditional modes of transportation. Uncertainty and the limitations of renewable energy sources including solar and wind will further exacerbate the problem for future populations, especially in the Canadian North in the winter. Daylight hours shrivel to 7 ½ hours from sunrise to sunset in Edmonton, which practically speaking, reduces the effect of sunlight to less than 5 hours to replenish the stored energy via the photovoltaic electric cell arrays; and that will only be on a clear, cloudless day without snow or ice covering the cells. Yes we have snow i