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  • This is the first of a series of articles in which I hope to outline the case for a new perspective on energy, and energy economics. In this instalment, we look at the role of LNG (liquefied natural gas). Because no analysis is complete without considering historical events, I will attempt to shape the paradigm […]

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  • by Robert Ekstein – April 2020 The world could have started a unified reduction of greenhouse gases in the late 1980s but here’s how the actions of a small number of radicals has steered us away from direct action. In this regard, direct action means measures to prevent the venting of greenhouse gases into the […]

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