Category Volume 1 (2012-2013)

The Associated Effects of the Shale Gas Revolution

by Colin Chilcoat Natural gas flaring, a practice nearly as old as the oil industry itself, has in recent months put the remote state of North Dakota and its Bakken shale formation on the map, literally. Recently released nighttime images from NASA show the sparsely populated region to be awash in light on a scale comparable […]

Workshop Review: Vladimir Milov – The Future of Russian Energy Politics

by Joe Ralbovsky and Nicholas Watt On February 18, 2013 at European University at St. Petersburg, Russian opposition politician and energy think-tank head, Vladimir Milov, gave a presentation titled “The Future of Russian Energy Politics” to an audience of about 30 MA students and a handful of Russian energy experts. Milov’s presentation was one in […]