Articles Tagged: William O'Keefe

Mobility and the Fuels of the Future

Although the media give a great deal of coverage to electric vehicles, advances in battery technology and nonconventional modes of transportation, both the International Energy Agency and the Energy Information Administration (EIA) project that the consumption of liquid fuels — oil and gas — will continue to increase over coming decades. The increase in natural gas consumption will be primarily for electric power generation. Crude oil is refined primarily into transportation fuels — gasoline, diesel and jet fuel — almost 80 percent.

The New Congress and U.S. Energy Policy

Nov17 The New Congress and U.S. Energy Policy 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Energy Policy Priorities – Identifying Principles and Actions

Feb25 Energy Policy Priorities – Identifying Principles and Actions 11:30 am – 1:30 pm

O’Keefe to Discuss Energy Policy

Nov04 O'Keefe to Discuss Energy Policy 10:00 am

The IPCC’s Magic Touch

Like a magician who uses misdirection to focus attention on what he appears to be doing and not on what he is actually doing, the just released Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) 5th Assessment Report (AR5) tries to shift attention from significant uncertainties by issuing a statement that it is extremely likely that warming since 1950 has been mainly caused by human activities. Indeed, it increases its probability estimate from 90% to 95%.

Science in the Regulatory Process: Understanding the Frameworks for Regulatory Decision-Making

Nov17 Science in the Regulatory Process: Understanding the Frameworks for Regulatory Decision-Making 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Who is Politicizing Science? Understanding the Interactions and Interests in Science and Politics

Mar24 Who is Politicizing Science? Understanding the Interactions and Interests in Science and Politics 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

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