Who Will Feed the Chinese Dragon?
While Beijing warily eyes U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, wondering if he’s serious about a trade war, China is also reassessing its exposure to Canada. The voracious energy consumer faces a raft of Canadian....
From Black Water to Green Energy
Humans have spent the last two centuries largely dependent on environmentally damaging fossil fuels for power, so when Jeff Moeller attended a workshop discussing ways to replace some of this energy with more sustainable
Why Saudi Arabia’s Water Has Disappeared
That Saudi Arabia is a water-scarce nation should surprise no one. The largest country on the Arabian Peninsula, Saudi Arabia is mostly barren desert, save some slightly wetter parts in the east. It is a fact.....
U.S. to become net exporter of energy
The United States will become a net exporter of energy within the next 15 years under most scenarios examined by the U.S. Department of Energy, according to a report released. The department’s Annual Energy Outlook 2017