Actuary Gail Tverberg returns to provide an update on where we are in the global energy story. Her outlook is not rosy: she doesn't not see a path for society to transition to an affordable, plentiful substitute to petroleum as a transportation fuel. The physics as well as the funding do not pencil out, at least with today's known technologies.
Producers need higher prices that the public can't afford
by Adam Taggart
Sunday, October 23, 2016, 5:33 PM