It was a pleasure having Alex Epstein, founder of the Center for Industrial Progress and author of the New York Times bestseller “The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels” present a webinar on Friday, Nov. 18 based on the themes found in his book. Alex addressed the MDN audience for over an hour. There was plenty of comments, questions and great information. We have a recording of the entire session. Give it a watch/listen below!… Continue reading
A quick reminder that MDN editor Jim Willis is hosting a webinar today at 2 pm Eastern. Jim’s special speaker is Alex Epstein, delivering a talk on his book: “The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels.” Jim guarantees you will find what Alex has to say challenging and enlightening. He will help you understand why fossil fuels are BETTER than renewables. Controversial? You bet. What else would you expect from MDN?! Jim has lifted the limit of 100 for the number of attendees. We already have 197 people signed up.
Do you believe the argument that says, “Natural gas is just a bridge fuel to help us until renewable energy arrives to save the day”? Let me challenge your thinking with this counter-argument: Fossil fuels, including natural gas, are BETTER than renewables. Is your head spinning yet?
Join me for a live webinar next Friday, Nov. 18, with Alex Epstein, founder of the Center for Industrial Progress and author of one of my favorite books: The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels. I heard Alex deliver a live speech at the 2016 Shale Insight in Pittsburgh in September. Here’s what I wrote at the time: Continue reading
On July 12, former Sec. of the Pennsylvania Dept. of Environmental Protection presented MDN’s first webinar, titled: The Truth About Gas Drilling and America’s Energy Choices. John spoke of his love of alternative energy sources—especially wind and solar—but he also spoke about the overblown criticism of natural gas drilling. He pointed out there are advantages and disadvantages to every form of energy, and if you say “no” to one form, you must say “yes” to another form.
Following the webinar John took a number of questions from the MDN audience. It was a lively and informative session. MDN subscribers can replay it below. A copy of the PowerPoint slides is also available for download below.