Skip to main content

Energy Tomorrow Blog

Think You Know Energy? Prove It!

energy iq  energy issues  hydraulic fracturing  keystone xl pipeline 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted August 13, 2013

Everybody’s got one – an Energy IQ, that is. Find out yours, and you could win an iPad!

Click here, follow the instructions and give it a whirl. API is giving away an iPad a week this summer, and there are lots of chances to win.

More »

Energy Today - June 24, 2011

energy iq  energy today 

Rayola Dougher

Rayola Dougher
Posted June 24, 2011

US oil companies are rushing to stake claims in the Permian Basin as new technology opens up previously uneconomic rock in the most oil-rich part of the nation.

More »

Capping Stack: A Positive Outcome from a Tragic Accident

deepwater horizon  domestic energy  energy iq  gulf of mexico  offshore operations  oil spill  safety standards  spill response  technology innovation  department of the interior  oil spill containment 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted April 18, 2011

It looks like a child's toy gyroscope on steroids, and it has the technology necessary to stop the flow from a well blowout on the ocean floor. It's the capping stack developed and built by a consortium of oil companies in response to the unprecedented Deepwater Horizon disaster that occurred in the Gulf of Mexico a year ago. 

More »

Update on Oil and Gasoline Prices

crude oil  energy iq  gas prices  prices  rhetoric vs reality  aaa 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted April 15, 2011

Wondering about the factors that cause the fluctuations in global oil and gasoline prices? News articles that have appeared over the past several days attribute the climb to instability in the Middle East, the decline in the dollar's value, and growing demand in China and India. A couple of days ago, Bill O'Reilly of the O'Reilly Factor once again blamed oil companies, asserting that they can raise prices at will. With all due respect to O'Reilly, it's clear that he doesn't understand how the markets work. 

More »

Hydraulic Fracturing Information Online

domestic energy  energy iq  environmental protection agency  horizontal drilling  hydraulic fracturing  hydrofracking  technology innovation  fracfocus  ground water protection council  gwpc 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted April 11, 2011

Looking for information about hydraulic fracturing? The Ground Water Protection Council (GWPC) and the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission (IOGCC) launched their new joint website today to respond to concerns about the chemicals used in fracturing operations. It's called FracFocus and can be found here. 

More »