The Concept Of Scope 3 Greenhouse Gas Emissions, And How To Measure Them For Carbon Management By Fossil Energy And Other Companies. Part 1.
April 27, 2022
Originally published on Forbes.com on March 24, 2022
NZero helps customers make data-driven decisions about decarbonizing homes, buildings, companies and communities.
There is a growing need for companies to adopt carbon management, meaning to reduce their greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Bankers and public stakeholders are demanding it. Worldwide investments in ESG-focused funds in 2021 were … More “The Concept Of Scope 3 Greenhouse Gas Emissions, And How To Measure Them For Carbon Management By Fossil Energy And Other Companies. Part 1.”
April 6, 2022
Originally published on Forbes.com on March 15, 2022
Martin Rylance of THREE60 ENERGY has a long working relationship in the Russian oilfield, and provides an interview on oil and gas production, prices, and the future.
Martin Rylance is the Discipline Lead and Distinguished Advisor for Reservoir and Well Enhancement at THREE60 ENERGY Ltd. Previously he … More “Russia And Ukraine — Oil And Gas Fallout For The World, Now And Looking Ahead.”
October 26, 2021
Originally published on Forbes.com on September 24, 2021
The largest global companies understand they need to and can transition away from fossil fuels to sourcing 100% renewable energy. And they are!
Industry, Fossil Energy, And Sustainability In The Shadow Of Climate Change – Interview With Kate Gaertner.
Kate Gaertner is in the business of helping … More “In The Shadow Of Climate Change – Interview With Kate Gaertner”
October 4, 2021
Originally published on Forbes.com on September 3, 2021
This week DNV made a live presentation of their Energy Transition Outlook 2021. This offered a forecast of things to come from an independent and reliable company. Oil and gas readers can get a better feel for the global role of government policy, the rate of changeover … More “DNV’s Energy Transition Outlook 2021”
March 2, 2021
Originally published on Forbes.com on February 17, 2021
The price of oil dropped in 2015 and many oil and gas workers were laid off. But soon after, 2018 was called the year of the frac because the industry boomed again, led by the mighty Permian basin with its prolific oil and gas resource. Then the … More “Tech-Savvy Entrepreneurs Make Inroads Into Fracking Operations In Shale Oil And Gas.”
February 1, 2021
Dr. Ian Dexter Palmer is a frequent contributor to Forbes.com. Read the articles below:
Exponential Sales Of EVs Means Less Gasoline, Less Crude Oil, Less Greenhouse Gases.
Originally published on Forbes.com on June 18, 2022
Oil and gas companies who produce crude oil to make gasoline and diesel fuels should watch carefully the increase … More “Forbes.com articles”
May 1, 2019
I WAS IN STARBUCKS IN LUBBOCK, CLOSE TO TEXAS TECH UNIVERSITY. Waiting for a woman I had never met. I told her I was tall and with a gray beard. After sipping a decaf mocha frappe, she tapped me on the shoulder and I stood and shook hands.
She was young (at least compared to … More “Climate change: Part 7. Science and faith”
March 2, 2019
I gave a talk this past week called Fracking and Global Warming: What’s the Connection? I appreciate the invite by Dr John Korstad who teaches two different courses on Sustainability at Oral Roberts University (ORU).
Sustainability is getting to be a hot subject: it implies conserving the present environment for our grand-kids, to use a … More “Fracking and Global Warming: What’s the Connection?”
February 24, 2019
WHATS IN THIS BLOG: • My talk on Fracking and Global Warming at Oral Roberts University. • The faith of a neurobiologist. • Tensions he sees between science and faith. • Deciding to marry – science or faith? • Netflix challenge of the week. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ PREAMBLE: I’m giving a talk this coming week called Fracking … More “How to balance science and faith.”
March 17, 2017
Wind energy and fossil energy – This is a long blog. But richly informative if you want to know more about the debates on global warming, fossil energy, and renewables. It’s also based on data and facts (real facts). I have tried to strike a balanced approach. This blog is written for the layman, as … More “Wind energy and fossil energy: can they co-exist?”