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solar+batteries starting to beat gas

Started this discussion. Last reply by Coffeeguyzz on Thursday. 10 Replies

Climate ChangedBatteries and Gas: Frenemies of the Power World Face Off"It was only three years ago that natural gas overtook coal to become king of America’s power mix, and its throne is already…Continue

Tags: battery, solar, renewable

Fracking Chemicals Dumped in Allegheny River Entered Food Chain

Started Oct 2, 2018 0 Replies

Fracking Chemicals Dumped in Allegheny River a Decade Ago Entered Food Chain"Chemicals from fracking wastewater dumped into Pennsylvania's Allegheny River before 2011 are still accumulating in the…Continue

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rising water consumption and toxic wastewater production

Started this discussion. Last reply by Old Timer Aug 27, 2018. 15 Replies

Abstract"Unconventional oil and gas exploration in the United States has experienced a period of rapid growth, followed by several years of limited production due to falling and low natural gas and…Continue

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Fracking Gone Wrong - Marketplace story

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jeffrey Beunier Jun 28, 2018. 25 Replies

"Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal talked to Eliza Griswold about her new book "…Continue

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Coffeeguyzz replied to Paul Heckbert's discussion 'solar+batteries starting to beat gas'
"Bullfrex To further this train of comparison, take that idiotic offshore wind project off Massachusetts - Vineyard Wind. Nameplate capacity of 800 Megawatts translates into 320 Mw "real world" juice as the capacity factor is 40% (precisely…"
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Bullfrex replied to Paul Heckbert's discussion 'solar+batteries starting to beat gas'
"Coffeeguyzz…... NICE!!"
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Coffeeguyzz replied to Paul Heckbert's discussion 'solar+batteries starting to beat gas'
"Some back of the envelope numbers showing what natgas is currently providing  ... The average US residence consumes 168 cubic feet natgas per day. Round that 61,000 cubic feet per year up to 75,000 cubic feet per year per household. New, top…"
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Bullfrex replied to Paul Heckbert's discussion 'solar+batteries starting to beat gas'
"Gosh, Paul....that was a really short and uninspiring drive-by.....certainly you can do better??"
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Bullfrex replied to Paul Heckbert's discussion 'solar+batteries starting to beat gas'
"Yes he is....but wishing for something, while disregarding the Laws of Physics, is a recipe for disaster. Battery technology has reached it's virtual zenith....there will be no significant improvements in Li batteries....electrons do what they…"
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carp replied to Paul Heckbert's discussion 'solar+batteries starting to beat gas'
"Poor guy! He’s really trying."
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Paul Heckbert replied to Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)'s discussion 'Mineral Owner Frustrations: What are they?'
"What effects are people seeing on noise, air quality, water quality, and road traffic during drilling, fracking, and later phases?"
Sep 15, 2017

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At 3:58pm on October 25, 2014, Jack Young said…

If an injection well leaks into an aquifer that's a mistake that the operator and the regulators missed. This sort of thing happens frequently with underground gasoline tanks, yet nobody asks for a moratorium on driving our cars. The difference is that any political moves that inappropriately slow down the development of natural gas will mean that more coal gets burned thus contributing to global warming in a way that no impartial research suggests natural gas can match. Not to belabor the point, but an old friend who is in upper management at a large conservancy has told me he considers the anti-gas movement "the biggest threat to the global environment" at present. But he can't say this publicly because they all depend on donations and are aware of what happened to the Wilderness Society when they tried to tell people the straight story. So if you love the environment like I do, you really ought to do a little more research before calling for drilling moratoriums.

 
 
 

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Forgotten Men and Women of Canadian Energy Industry Protest

Posted by Thomas J Shepstone on January 4, 2019 at 10:37am 0 Comments

The forgotten men and women of the Canadian energy industry are mad as hell and not taking it anymore. They’re protesting in their trucks and it’s spreading.

Whenever I go to New York City, which is as seldom as…

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