Energy Technology

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Thinking about energy density

Posted: December 9, 2014 by Ken Cohen

An important way to think about the differences among fuels is in terms of energy density – the amount of usable energy that’s packed into a certain amount of space.

In 2013 natural gas from shale provided the largest share of the country’s natural gas supply – 40 percent of total natural gas production.


Answering questions about the future of hydrocarbons and their role in meeting the global energy imperative.

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Innovation and engineers

Posted: October 30, 2014 by Ken Cohen

We live in an innovation society—enjoying the benefits of technological progress in our daily lives. But what, exactly, is innovation?


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Some thoughts on divestment

Posted: October 10, 2014 by Ken Cohen

The divestment movement misses the fundamental points about energy.

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The State of Energy is Strong

Posted: October 3, 2014 by Ken Cohen

Rex Tillerson delivered the inaugural “State of Energy” address at the Greater Houston Partnership today.



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