This article from 2014 should probably be a sticky for this Renewables sub-forum.  But that's just my opinion. This article is a brutally cold, hard dose of reality for the "keep oil in ground" crowd of anti oil & gas activists. I'm not at all against "renewable" energy.  I grew up on a farm, and am very much pro-environment.  Note that I also tend to view Natural Gas (methane) as a "renewable" energy source. But so far, nothing I have seen provides the same energy " bang for