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One Week Left!: An in-depth reflection of my study abroad

There’s one week left of the program now, so I thought you guys deserved a more in depth reflection of my time abroad in France. Especially since I’ve been slacking in uploading pictures, and my video blogs can be hard to follow without much context around the program.


What will 2040 US GHG emissions be

if this graph is anywhere close to accurate?

That projection of electric generating capacity additions does not get us to stated emissions goals (e.g., 80% or 90% of 2005 levels by 2050.)  We can easily observe that out-year EIA projections probably are not very accurate and that’s a fair point.  363 more words

Global Warming

Permian Basin continues to be the busiest Oil Field in the World

Crude oil production from the Permian Basin has increased from 850 K/bd in 2007 to 1.35 M/bd in 2013.


Options Play: How long can the grind lower in crude oil continue?

 By Matt McKinney of http://www.mmckinneyfutures.com

Fundamentally, I believe there are 3 major reasons why crude oil prices will move lower to sideways for the most part over the next 60 days or so.

Esignal Blog

U.S. ramps up oil production | Mortgage application volume rises | Alcoa kicks off earnings season on a positive note

Wednesday – July 9

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reports that in 2015, domestic crude oil production is likely to be the highest since 1972. 239 more words

Mortgage & Market News