Us Shale Deposits Changing Global Oil Landscape

Lynne Kiesling As Megan McArdle noted on Wednesday, fracking in the US is causing dissension within OPEC; couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch of cartel members. Megan’s analysis is dead on, well worth reading, and reveals how different the ideal strategies are of the different OPEC members. At some level, this is not new — … More Us Shale Deposits Changing Global Oil Landscape

More on the Purported Environmental Benefit of Cutting Down Trees

Lynne Kiesling As a follow-up to my previous post about cutting down trees for biofuels, here’s some interesting news about the unintended consequences and perverse incentives embedded in regulations to promote the use of biomass as fuel: a BBC investigation reveals trees cut from swamp forests in the US being used to fuel electricity generation … More More on the Purported Environmental Benefit of Cutting Down Trees