Energy nexus predicted

Speaker: Green forms can't meet world's demand

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A photo caption in the print version of this story incorrectly identified keynote speaker Robert Bryce as a Colorado School of Mines Professor. Since “a Colorado School of Mines professor” who opened the forum is not identified by name in the first reference in the story, readers are likely to be confused on this point.

Bryce is not just an “author.” He’s a senior fellow at the libertarian Manhattan Institute, and his academic credential is a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, one not notable for energy expertise.

While Boak and Byrce promoteoil shale from biased points, a more in the thick of things geologist,David Hughes, paints a much different story.
The government isn’t ‘hamstringing’ anything - O&G just has to prove a process before they cam grab up all kinds of land. The argument by Boak about other energies is stupid, they have proved they can produce. The ball is in O&G court and they aren’t putting the racquet to the ball. Bryce blathers about not enough land for wind power, but forgets they can be put in seafronts on continental shallows and deserts. No, he is playing to special interests and adds nothing. These guys got a free lunch didn’t they?

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