Browsing All posts tagged under »Fossil Fuel Reserves«

Biden Administration Partially Approves Alaska’s Willow Gas And Oil Project

March 16, 2023 by


By Craig Rucker ~ The Biden Administration approved three out of five Alaskan drilling sites applied for by Conoco Philips. Alaska’s Willow project will bring urgently needed gas and oil to the American energy market which is essential to recapturing energy independence and security. However, the vacillating President, fearful of offending the climate change campaigners […]

American Suppression Of Fossil Fuels Courts A National Security Disaster

March 9, 2023 by


By Ronald Stein ~ The capacity of a modern economy to produce food and products for its citizens, and weapons and fuels for its military to project power, are the undeniable twin pillars of global power. Both depend on reasonably priced and readily available products made from the oil derivatives manufactured from crude oil. In […]

Fuel Me Or Fool Me

July 11, 2016 by


America has centuries of fossil fuels, but hydrocarbon deniers want to strangle our future By Paul Driessen ~ Fool me once, the adage says, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. The reality-based fossil fuel version states: Fuel me for 150 years, fuel me forever – or at least until creative, entrepreneurial spirits […]

Advanced Nuclear Energy – The Solution To The Malthusian Prediction

January 19, 2010 by


By Don Petersen, Ph.D. and Bill Stratton, Ph.D. Thomas Malthus’ 1798, ”Essay on the Principle of Population,” predicts that population growth, spurred by societal improvements, eventually will outstrip natural resources leading to universal famine, and the demise of civilization – population growth is exponential, while growth of food production is linear. For 200 years, his […]