An in-depth account of the market and economic factors which have driven the US shale oil and gas revolution.
A fascinating account of the factors that influence oil prices and how the shale revolution may keep prices low.
An expert in the field of geo-engineering lays out the case for climate engineering as a means of reducing the impact of greenhouse gas emissions.
Oliver Morton’s wide-ranging examination of geo-engineering approaches to countering climate change puts the subject into historical, political and scientific context.
In a follow-up to his Pulitzer Prize-winning book “The Prize”, Yergin paints the wider canvas of the development of world energy consumption and supply.