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Addicted to Electricity: A Preview of The Great Simplification

By Art Berman | July 11, 2024

People talk about addiction to oil but we’re also addicted to electric power. I’m speaking from personal experience. Hurricane Beryl left over two million people in the Houston area without…

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Let’s Stop Arguing About An Imaginary Energy Transition

By Art Berman | July 6, 2024

How did adoption of renewable energy become the drug of choice to treat the disease of climate change? No one knows. Wind and solar energy policies evolved over several decades…

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LNG Blows It Again

By Art Berman | June 29, 2024

The U.S. LNG industry has consistently misread supply and demand signals over the decades, from overestimating demand in the 1970s, to misjudging the effects of the shale revolution. Will it…

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Metacrisis: Getting Honest About the Human Predicament

By Art Berman | June 23, 2024

The world is in metacrisis. That means that many crises are occurring simultaneously and affecting one another. This calls for rethinking the nature of problem-solving. Root causes should be identified…

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IEA’s Staggering Oil Glut is Staggeringly Unlikely

By Art Berman | June 15, 2024

The International Energy Agency (IEA) has become a dishonest broker of information because of its renewable energy bias. This week, it reported that there will be a staggering oil glut…

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It’s Too Late For Renewables

By Art Berman | June 5, 2024

There is no energy transition, no paradigm shift or green revolution. Acknowledging this stark reality sooner rather than later will allow us to focus on devising strategies for managing the…

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The U.S. Will Lose the Economic-Industrial War With China on the Renewable Energy Front

By Art Berman | May 31, 2024

President Biden’s attempt at reviving U.S. industrial policy is likely to fail, as it comes two decades too late to effectively compete with China. The greater concern is that the…

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A Renewable Energy Transition Violates The Maximum Power Principle

By Art Berman | May 18, 2024

We all want solutions to the world’s many crises but do we understand the underlying problems? Everything in nature, including human society, relies on energy for production, consumption, recycling, and…

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The Biggest Risks of This Decade

By Art Berman | May 11, 2024

Since the 2020 pandemic, many things have changed, but nothing more than geopolitics. Wars and clashes that used to be largely national have given way to more regional conflicts that…

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The Oil and Energy Macro

By Art Berman | May 2, 2024

U.S. oil reserves reached a new record in 2022. Crude oil and condensate proved reserves exceed 48 billion barrels (Figure 1). Reserves declined from 1969 to 2006 then increased with…

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Oil Markets Were Unwise But Right in the Israel-Iran Crisis

By Art Berman | April 24, 2024
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The Middle East seemed to be on the brink of war last week and oil prices fell. Was the market wrong? Brent futures price closed at $90.45 per barrel on…

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Almost Everything is About Oil in the Middle East

By Art Berman | April 18, 2024
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Perhaps the most extraordinary part of Iran’s April 13 attack on Israel was that it was countered by a coalition that included Jordan, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates…

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