Carbon Wars II: The Sequel

August 20, 2009

by David L. Levy Why is the US oil industry reverting to the tactics of the 1990’s Carbon Wars? In these sultry, languid days of August, large numbers of Americans are suddenly getting excited about climate change. They are not, however, worried about rising CO2 levels and the impact on sea levels, hurricanes, or glaciers. […]


Back to Petroleum?

August 13, 2009

by David L. Levy BP and Shell, the two giant British (and British-Dutch) oil companies, are both making a major strategic retreat from alternative energy and refocusing on their core oil and gas businesses. Ed Crooks has recently provided an insightful analysis of BP’s Back to Petroleum strategy in the Financial Times (also see also […]