Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: China, CNOOC, energy independence, energy security, Nexen, peak oil, tar sands
BEIJING- The chairman of China’s CNOOC Ltd. said Friday that he was confident that the state-controlled oil giant’s proposed $15.1 billion buyout of Canada’s Nexen Inc. would be completed by the end of the year.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Chesapeake, Chesapeake Energy, China, energy, energy independence, energy security, Natural gas, shale gas, shale oil, Sinopec Fu Chengyu, tight gas
All part of America’s new ‘energy security.’
Fu Chengyu, chairman of Sinopec Corp, was in Oklahoma last week to explore the possibility of a bid for a shale gas project, which is owned by Chesapeake Energy, the second largest shale gas producer in the US, Reuters reported.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Coos Bay, Cove Point, energy exports, energy independence, liquefaction, LNG, Natural gas, natural gas exports
At least, pass something to outlaw any gas company that exports from the US from making happy talk about “energy independence.”
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: energy independence, gravity, half tides, high tides, low tides, lunar gravity, orbit, peak oil, renewable energy, tidal energy, tides
There isn’t enough to make much difference.
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: EIA, energy balance, energy independence, exports, imports, primary energy, total BTUs
For the people (especially journalists) who have written that the US is now a “net energy exporter.”
Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Conoco, energy, energy independence, exports, imports, LNG, Natural gas, production
… the oil and gas companies will export overseas if they can make a buck off of it when prices ‘collapse’ in the US. This pretty much fracks the whole idea of drilling for ‘energy independence.’ The only thing independent here is the oil/gas company.