What do money markets, antiques, gold, corn, wheat, and stocks in companies like Google or Apple have in common? They’re bought by speculators.
And yet speculators, especially in oil, have become the bogeyman of economics. On tomorrow’s I Spy Radio Show (11-noon, kykn.com), we talk with Dr. Daniel Fine about America’s energy resources and energy policy. What role do speculators have in the price of oil?
And find out why those who think high gas prices might hurt Obama’s re-election may be in for a big surprise.
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Dr. Daniel Fine of the New Mexico Center for Energy Policy discusses North Carolina’s approach to shale gas and hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking.” Fine offered these comments during a Feb. 27, 2012, presentation to the John Locke Foundation’s Shafesbury Society. Video courtesy of CarolinaJournal.tv. North Carolina is in a unique position among the states when it comes to hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” for natural gas. That’s the assessment of Daniel Fine of the New Mexico Center for Energy Policy. In the video clip below, Fine critiques North Carolina’s current policy.
(Full Length video)”North Carolina?s approach to natural gas fracking” —> http://lockerroom.johnlocke.org/2012/02/27/north-carolinas-approach-to-natural-gas-fracking/
North Carolina is in a unique position among the states when it comes to hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” for natural gas. That’s the assessment of Daniel Fine of the New Mexico Center for Energy Policy.Fine discussed North Carolina, fracking, and “shale gas wars” during a presentation today to the John Locke Foundation’s Shaftesbury Society. In the video clip below, Fine discusses North Carolina’s current policy.
Dr. Daniel I. Fine works with the New Mexico Center for Energy Policy. He is a longtime research associate at the Mining and Minerals Resources Institute, MIT. Fine is also a policy adviser on nonconventional oil and gas. He is co-editor of Resource War in 3-D: Dependence, Diplomacy and Defense, and has contributed to Business Week, the Engineering and Mining Journal and the Washington Times. Fine has testified on strategic natural resources before the U.S. Senate committees on Foreign Affairs and Energy and Natural Resources. In this speech, he discusses “Shale Gas Wars: From Pennsylvania to North Carolina.”