Posts Tagged: US oil production


The Master Resource Report 2014-06-27 Hydro in the Pacific Northwest According to an article posted on the EIA’s Today in Energy web page (June 27th) hydroelectric generation in the Columbia River Basin accounted for 44% of all hydro power in the US in 2012. The generation from this river system was 29 gigawatts. The map… Read more »


The Master Resource Report 2014-02-14 NYT: Is the Keystone Worth the Fight? The New York Times held an interesting online debate between critics and supporters of the Keystone XL pipeline project. This is a hot item since the U.S. State Department released its report that found the pipeline would not make the carbon emissions worse…. Read more »


The Master Resource Report 2013-10-11 Art Berman: Reflections on a Decade of Shale Gas. In this video Art Berman, Labyrinth Consulting Services, shares research into the economics of drilling and producing unconventional reservoirs in the United States during a presentation to the Houston Geological Society. He discusses the Eagle Ford, Haynesville, Barnett and other shale… Read more »


The Master Resource Report 2013-10-04 The world’s largest commercial ship. The world’s largest containership owned by Maersk can hold 18,000 twenty foot container units (TCU) and is more than a quarter mile long. The new Triple E class ship will cut fuel consumption and carbon emissions by 50% per container unit. It is curious though… Read more »