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Water Interdependency to Electricity NEXUS…water availability is key – energy options we have – don’t frack this up

Water World Magazine recently wrote that the International Energy Agency said water withdrawal by the energy sector is expected to rise by one-fifth through 2035, while the amount consumed (not returned directly to the environment) will increase by a more dramatic 85%. … Continue reading

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ERCOT’s Dirty little Kissing Cousins – Natural Gas & Electricity Interdependency Flaws

Update to include a 1966 study of this interdependency fossil fuel FLAW. ——– Update with bold face for emphasis 3/31/2014   http://www.pennenergy.com/articles/pennenergy/2014/03/energy-news-ferc-proposes-reforms-to-improve-gas-electric-coordination.html?cmpid=EnlDailyPetroApril12014 “This past winter has highlighted the critical and growing interdependence of natural gas pipelines and electricity markets,” Acting Chairman Cheryl … Continue reading

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