How to build a clean energy future
By Amy S. ZieringPublished January 05, 2018 06:00:00A lot of attention has been focused on how we can get to a clean and green energy future by 2030.
That focus may have contributed to a lot of misinformation about the fracking boom.
One of the biggest misconceptions is that fracking is driving up energy prices, as we have seen in some cases in the United States.
The truth is that the amount of energy pumped into the ground each year by fracking is actually relatively small.
For example, fracking requires only about one-fifth the energy of other forms of extraction.
And even in this small amount of resources, there is a tremendous opportunity for us to get out of the fossil fuel-driven energy system and use those resources for other things.
But if we want to avoid runaway climate change, we need to keep fossil fuels in the ground.
That’s why fracking is such a powerful tool.
Fracking is a process in which the fracking fluid is injected deep underground, in order to break down the rock and release the natural gas that is trapped within it.
In some cases, this process can be done with a single well.
In others, it’s done with multiple wells.
In the United Kingdom, for example, the total amount of gas extracted by fracking has more than tripled in the last 40 years.
By 2020, the British government expects to have enough gas to power over 300 million homes.
In America, where fracking is relatively new, there have been some concerns that the boom could lead to a surge in methane emissions.
But methane is a relatively clean energy resource, and there is little evidence that it has been associated with the explosion of methane in the atmosphere.
And the best way to avoid this, as I have said, is to build clean, renewable energy that can be produced and stored.
One important resource we’re not getting to yet is oil and gas.
These are two of the most important oil and natural gas resources on the planet.
Oil and gas are made of the same material as coal and oil.
They are composed of different compounds that give them their different properties.
But the fact is that oil and its cousins are abundant and cheap to extract.
Gas, on the other hand, is not as abundant or cheap as oil and is much more expensive to produce.
It is also more expensive for producers to extract than oil and coal.
This means that gas is more expensive than oil to store, and in fact, we are starting to see that our supply of gas is not being properly used.
The amount of oil we produce is finite.
The price of gas has fallen sharply in recent years.
But if we continue to use up the vast amounts of natural gas we currently have, we could see our supply become even more limited in the coming decades.
If we want a future where we can grow our economy while meeting our energy needs, we should invest in clean, green energy.
One way we can do that is to develop offshore oil and offshore gas resources.
One potential source of energy that could be developed is the Gulf of Mexico.
In recent years, the Gulf has become an important shipping route for global energy supplies, and a number of companies are considering developing offshore oilfields there.
The U.S. Geological Survey estimates that there are more than 200 oil and mineral exploration and production projects in the Gulf that are being considered.
These projects are being led by oil and oil and chemical companies, and they are likely to lead to billions of dollars in additional production in the area.
But there is an even more important source of oil and energy that is currently being overlooked: the Arctic.
The Arctic is a vast area of ice that covers much of the North Atlantic Ocean.
As the planet warms, the ice sheet in the Arctic shrinks, and the ice begins to break apart and form icebergs.
As a result, we see more icebergs and ice.
The problem is that, as the climate warms and the Arctic ice shrinks more, the icebergs that form become more dangerous and can pose a threat to ships.
There are several companies that have proposed using floating platforms to build floating platforms for oil and salt deposits.
And since these floating platforms are also being developed for offshore oil exploration, there are potentially hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of potential oil and other natural gas in the offshore Arctic Ocean.
We can see how this is a very promising source of new energy.
The companies developing these floating oil and hydropower projects in Alaska, for instance, are also developing a number to help build an electric grid in the region.
The companies are looking at building floating hydroelectric dams that could power the entire state of Alaska, which is a large, sparsely populated state.
The fact is, we have a huge potential resource in the Atlantic Ocean, which includes the Gulf and the North Pacific.
In fact, the U.N. Energy Agency estimates that we could be able to generate enough electricity to power all of North America for