Energy Tomorrow Blog
Posted June 25, 2015
CNN (Petraeus and Bhayani) – Fracking. 3D printing. Personalized medicine. Big data.
Each is a compelling technological trend. And taken together, advances in energy production, manufacturing, life sciences and IT amount to four interlocking revolutions that could make North America the next great emerging market -- as long as policymakers in this country don't impede their potential.
The impact of these four revolutions is already evident in the enviable economic position enjoyed by Canada, Mexico and United States compared with the rest of the world.
Posted February 19, 2015
Posted May 23, 2013
Posted March 7, 2013
offers refiners 24/7 gas cloud monitoring through video produced by hyperspectral imaging cameras. CEO Allison Lami Sawyer says the technology, which detects hydrocarbons at 100 parts per million, is superior to traditional sensors that are prone to repeated alarms and need frequent recalibration. Sawyer says Rebellion’s service will reduce refinery downtime. “It’s the power of an image,” she says.
Posted January 24, 2013
As policymakers consider who will be the primary driver of America’s future energy development and innovation – Washington or the private sector – consider:
- Oil and natural gas supplied 62 percent of the energy America needed in 2011 – and is projected by government to supply nearly 60 percent of U.S. energy demand in 2040.
- The oil and natural gas industry provided $545 billion to the U.S. economy in 2011.
- In just unconventional resources (shale and other tight rock), industry is expected to invest more than $5.1 trillion in cumulative capital expenditures by 2035. The industry could add 1.3 million new jobs in this sector by 2020 for a total of 3 million jobs supported – growing to 3.5 million jobs by 2035.
Posted November 21, 2012
Posted June 22, 2012