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Oil’s Well That Ends Well?

Perhaps not so much. These days, Texans are getting worried about what the plunge in oil prices in the past six months will mean for the economy. We’ve seen this before, of course, in the 1980s. In the latest issue … Continue reading

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As we debate fracking, consider its world impact

My latest op/ed, from Saturday’s Houston Chronicle:¬† If we needed another example of how hydraulic fracturing is changing the world of petro-politics, we have it in Venezuela. Anti-government protests have erupted in parts of the country, and President Nicolas Maduro¬†has … Continue reading

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The Captain & Tennille and oil exports

I had an op/ed in Monday’s Houston Chronicle that drew an analogy between the Captain & Tennille’s recent divorce and our energy policy, which remains stuck in the 1970s: Love apparently didn’t keep the ’70s pop duo Captain & Tennille … Continue reading

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