Robert Bryce

The Ongoing Myth of Energy Independence

American politicians continue to push the fantasy of energy independence, a world where ethanol made from corn (and, they hope, from switchgrass) will replace oil and American soldiers will never again need visit the Persian Gulf, except, perhaps, on vacation

November 22, 2006

Running on empty

The leading energy analysts who foretold Enron’s demise have an alarming new claim: The world’s major oil companies are almost tapped out.

March 15, 2005

As Green as a Neocon: Why Iraq hawks are driving Priuses

…a curious transformation is occurring in Washington, D.C., a split of foreign policy and energy policy: Many of the leading neoconservatives who pushed hard for the Iraq war are going green.

February 5, 2005

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