'A good read for anyone interested in climate and energy issues. Agree or disagree, the issues are too important to be viewed through a politically correct smokescreen. The book is a commendable contribution to the debate.' --rereact.com
I like this book and its tone: destroying myths and providing a dose of reality in a world that unfortunately has fallen victim to nonsense and unrealistic expectations form so-called alternatives. Energy is a far too important an issue to allow charlatans to have a say. The future of the welfare of the world depends on the proper management of energy resources and the availability of abundant and affordable energy. Oil and gas are here to stay for a long time. --Dr Don Wolcott, Chairman ROC Oil Ltd & former Senior Vice President
About the Author
Peter C. Glover is a British writer and journalist specializing in political and energy analysis. The author of several books, he is a regular contributor to World Politics Review, TCS Daily, British Journalism Review, and American Thinker. Michael J. Economides is Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Houston, US. One of America's leading energy analysts, he has done technical and managerial work in over 70 countries. He is the author with Ron Oligney of The Color of Oil: The History, the Money, and the Politics of the World's Biggest Busines (2000), which looks at look at how petroleum dictates international politics and was nominated for a Pulitzer prize.