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David Lawrence
Lawrence Energy Group - Invest in People, Energy and Ideas; UW Energy, Law & Policy Fellow; Earth Scientist; Aspiring piano player; Explorer
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David Lawrence Dec 14
Technology begets technology. True in all fields and especially in energy.
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David Lawrence Dec 14
Good thoughts- to start: oil and gas directly: imaging; seismic computing; remote sensing, drilling/facilities engineering, mapping, modeling, high temp-high pressure pumps, instrumentation, metallurgy, organic /physical chemistry, fluid dynamics, oceanography, geomechanics
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Oscar Archer Dec 14
A lesson on Cooling Degree Days by guest Rob Davis
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David Lawrence Dec 14
Replying to @JvDorp @forachelP
Translating: ....,subsidizing "civilian solar energy" in Netherlands has only 1 specific goal: to create an electorate that becomes financially dependent on an ever-increasing growth of "green" energy policy regardless of (high) costs for society. Really?
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David Lawrence Dec 13
Pro - natural gas policy playing a key role in this:
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David Lawrence Dec 14
Read the article: balanced perspectives from . For complementary vision of Wy energy see
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David Lawrence Dec 14
Research topic: if you look at oil, gas, nuclear, wind, coal, solar, hydro, biofuels, hydrogen: what primary energy source has created the most new developments applicable to other fields? Think broadly.
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David Lawrence Dec 14
Replying to @NASEM_Gulf @Shell and 2 others
Great to see! Exciting stuff - congrats to all for these efforts.
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David Lawrence Dec 14
Technology begets technology. True in all fields and especially in energy.
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David Lawrence Dec 14
Digest this. And then add leading wind growth in Texas and Oklahoma...Surprised?
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David Lawrence Dec 14
Replying to @Ed_Crooks
EVs are a growing segment but of growing vehicle pie, ; & total Toyota sales not maintaining market share? Question for industry analysts.
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David Lawrence Dec 14
Question: are trucks excluded? Otherwise, with these numbers, bigger story implicit here is only 10% total vehicle sales volume growth to 2030
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Pink Petro Dec 14
These Are Bill Gates' Favorite 5 Books Of 2017 - from
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David Lawrence Dec 14
Read the article: balanced perspectives from . For complementary vision of Wy energy see
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David Lawrence Dec 13
Tweet of the week, in so many ways...
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David Lawrence Dec 13
Replying to @kennedymaize
Always important to read beyond the headlines ......
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David Lawrence Dec 13
Thread is worth the read: will be interested in independent academic public health experts views.
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Ed Crooks Dec 13
So, about that capital discipline in the US shale industry....
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David Lawrence Dec 12
I would listen to if you are looking for solutions to end energy poverty, but then I’m a natural gas guy who has run a successful wind business and is pro-solar in some geographies & pro -nuclear in others & pro EV but think news of death of ICE vehicles is premature
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David Lawrence Dec 13
Pro - natural gas policy playing a key role in this:
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