On the home page of the Natural Gas Initiative (NGI) website, Mark Zoback makes the case for the NGI at Stanford: “The goals of the NGI are not only to figur
After a summer’s hiatus, the Stanford Energy Journal is back summarizing a busy few months of energy and climate news.
The international wind energy science conference Torque 2018 (http://www.torque2018.org/) was held June 20-22 In Milan, Italy on the
If you work in the energy field, chances are you have heard of Vaclav Smil.
In an age of tectonic shifts in the energy sector, the innovative technologies and declining costs often grab headlines, however the commercial success of these technologies are often made possible
It is becoming increasingly popular for investors to consider environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors when evaluating investments.
The blockade of Qatar, the leading world LNG exporter, that started in June 2017 and is still in place did not affect world oil and gas markets, yet it brought great damage to a number of less fort
In early April we sent Daniel E.
Climate change threatens humans as well as the assets that they have developed and accumulated over the course of time.
The Stanford Energy Journal is very excited to re-introduce the "Energy in Brief" series (previously known as the "Energy Roundup")!