Etam Interview with Oil & Gas 360 – as fun as energy discussions get!

We had the opportunity to sit down with Heidi McKillop, Producer “A Stranded Nation”, and Terry Etam, Author “The End of Fossil Fuel Insanity” and visit about the Canadian and United States current politics around fossil fuels.  The conversation started over several months ago when the 360 team had a great interview with Heidi. We […]

In an anti-industrial landscape, where does energy education go from here?

In an anti-industrial landscape, where does energy education go from here?

In the summer of 2014, this website joyously arrived onto the world. Joyously for me anyway – almost no one cared, just me and a number of helpful friends I could count one hand. With fingers to spare. The purpose was to fill a void in energy discourse; to try to make energy education accessible […]

The epicentre of poisoned energy dialogues – a “cowardly mob of upper-class social media addicts…moving straight to intimidation”

The epicentre of poisoned energy dialogues – a “cowardly mob of upper-class social media addicts…moving straight to intimidation”

“I was very sad to see so-called progressives attempting to stifle free expression and secretly emailing allies in the movement to have the film taken down. It is disgraceful, pathetic, enraging and cowardly. It is also contrary to the values of anyone that considers themself [sic] an artist, filmmaker or journalist.” – Michael Moore on […]

“You are always learning; there is a lot of grey; don’t take things for granted.”

“You are always learning; there is a lot of grey; don’t take things for granted.”

title quote – Lisa Marie Presley Elvis Presley, according to what sounds like a really smart guy on Wikipedia, exploded onto the music scene in the 1950s with records that “contain the seeds of what rock & roll was, has been and most likely what it may foreseeably become.” Indeed, Presley was at the forefront […]

COVID-19 emphatically proves the necessity of hydrocarbons – we can do better but can’t do without

COVID-19 emphatically proves the necessity of hydrocarbons – we can do better but can’t do without

Social media has wandered a strange path in its short life. Initially, it was a wonder: Facebook enabled an infinitely better way for friends and family to keep in touch, or bands to connect with fans, or businesses to promote themselves, etc. Twitter was similar, but seemed pattered on Attention Deficit Disorder and introduced that […]