Natural Gas is the Transitional Fuel to the Green Future


By Duncan Davidson|Apr 15, 2010, 10:53 PM|Author’s Website

James Woolsey, former director of the CIA, comments in the WSJ today on how to break our dependence on foreign oil. It is a sensible approach, which begins with three uncomfortable factoids:

  • If oil gushes to $125/barrel, OPEC will control half the worlds wealth
  • If we impose a carbon tax of (say) $20/tonne, it will only raise gas prices by 20c
  • If we drill baby drill, it helps save $1B/day of imports, but cannot close the gap

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Council Plays Adult Touch-a-Truck


April 14, 2010

By Andrew Knittle The Norman Transcript

NORMAN The Norman City Council got to see two new garbage trucks that run on compressed natural gas prior to Tuesdays regular council meeting at City Hall, tangible evidence of the citys quest to increase its CNG vehicle fleet over the next 10 years.

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