Category — Arctic Energy Prodution
A new frontier for the world energy market is atop the world where thawing sea ice (a positive externality in this case) has opened up the possibility of major energy and other mineral production. The U.S., Canada, Russia, Denmark (via Greenland), and Norway have stakes in the Arctic domain:
Estimated potential resources are substantial (see below). The challenge is to turn potential resources in proven and probable reserves of both oil and gas.
New Developments: One Bad, One Good
Unforeseen events can have an enormous impact on the development of new markets and on public policy. Two such events occurred in April 2010. [Read more →]
August 5, 2010 2 Comments